15
Jun
2018

Gibraltar, Jurassic World and Independent Booksellers Week

Ben Lewis, Christian Arcabowicz, Alex Lewczuk, Gabriella Peralta, Phil Leirness, Richard Fitzwilliams, Ian Lennox and Gill Hart all feature as the programme encompasses a wealth of topicality across the artistic and literary landscape.

 

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14
Jun
2018

Reverse Apartheid ?

Professor Fiona Moore and Alex Lewczuk in conversation with writer Jan Cronje about his latest book on some worrying political trends in South Africa.

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14
Jun
2018

Michaela Strachan, Kiwis, Electrical Safety and Steve Backley

A quartet of top recent interviews comprising Tessa Snart chatting with Michaela Strachan about preserving the New Zealand Kiwi bird, Phil Buckle on ensuring Electrical safety when purchasing goods for the internet, Olympian Steve Backley OBE discussing Nuffield Health Care and Simon Read on making energy savings.

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13
Jun
2018

World Meat Free Week and the importance of preschool play

Jay McGuiness from `The Wanted` provides some premier tips for #WorldMeatFreeWeek before Dr Sam Wass reflects on a recent Lego Study.

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7
Jun
2018

Sleepy Head and the future of Caffeine, Surreal art in Paris and The Lincolnshire Show 2018

Gemma King and Emma Haigh from the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society make their programme debuts with Phil Leirness in Los Angeles who finally connects with sleep physiologist Stephanie Romiszewski. Tessa Snart receives some useful advice for good sleep and Christian Arcabowicz and the team reflect on fake Royal correspondents with Phil, Richard Fitzwilliams & Ian Lennox

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7
Jun
2018

Modern Phobias, Energy Saving, Lawn-Mowing and Dealing with Death

Dr Eleni Touroni and Daniel Field reflect on their recent work with the British Heart Foundation before Financial expert Simon Read provides more vital money-saving tips. Tessa, Gemma and Emma then discuss the art of lawn-mowing with William Sitwell before psychologist Sam Owen and Pure Cremation co-founder Catherine Powell explain ways in which the `D` word can be effectively discussed. 

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31
May
2018

Aromatherapy, Solo , Tully and Karius

Christian Arcabowicz and Alex Lewczuk explore the worlds of sleep research, movies and sport with Richard Fitzwilliams and Ian Lennox respectively.

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24
May
2018

Royal Wedding Postscript , Memories and the sense of smell

Gabriella Peralta welcomes Steven Atkinson, Ruth Oluwadare and Christian Arcabowicz to their second Midweek Drives, Alex Lewczuk discusses some opposing views to the recent Royal wedding with Richard Fitzwilliams, Sophie Clapp outlines her work as an archivist with Boots and Ian Lennox shares some anecdotes of his journalistic life.

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24
May
2018

Walk to School , Hay Fever, Kerry Le Bern and Earthshock

Director of Living Streets, Jennie Wiggles discusses Walk To School Week followed by some useful advice on coping with Hay Fever by Dr Jean Emberlin. Kerry Le Bern returns with more awesome music and the programme concludes with actress Samantha Sutherland and writer/producer Alan Stevens.

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17
May
2018

Stress, Sleep, Soccer and Eurovision

Isabella Goldie, Director of Development and Delivery at the Mental Health Foundation and Social Media Influencer Roxie Nafousi launch the latest morning edition with Alex Lewczuk, Dr. Chris Dows, Jesse Williams and Christian Arcabowicz. Another perceptive and valuable session with Sleep Physiologist/Director of Sleepyhead Clinic Stephanie Romiszewski is followed by some interesting comments on Eurovision from novelist Ian Lennox.

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