In 1980 I bought my first ever record. I got my Dad to take me to WH Smith and I used my pocket money to buy The Buggles – Video Killed The Radio Star. I was young, I had no real idea of what it meant, it was just a […]
We all get up and work to make money but during these worrying times of the current health pandemic I have decided to make the following voiceover freely available. The free voiceover just outlines where to get advice on keeping yourself safe and healthy and what to do if you […]
It’s 2019 and Social media is prevalent. It’s hard to keep up!!! Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat plus Youtube are all now in mainstream use and everyone is updating. I’ll be honest I never really check stories on any of the platforms but I do regularly check Facebook, Twitter and […]
The front page of today’s Daily Express leads with a dramatic headline “Life is a ‘war zone’ for today’s children”. This is in reference to a story the paper is featuring focusing on the rising youth violence. The article they are running as an exclusive features the thoughts of Chief […]
On Saturday 18th May Great Western Railway ran a farewell day for the HST. After 43 years in mainline service and having racked up millions of miles in that time the High Speed Train performed it’s last scheduled mainline passenger services on GWR. Over the last year or two GWR […]
It’s just 7 days now until the Spring Bank Holiday and it’s a busy day for me. You can catch me playing live at Silver Blades Slough from 12-4 as part of their Bank Holiday Mega Skate. I’ll be playing the biggest tunes and there’ll be plenty of give aways […]
In local news yesterday there was an item about a youth rugby tournament where every team got a trophy. I decided to take that debate on air on my radio show and at first all reaction was totally against my opinion until eventually one person spoke up in support of […]
A confused 98% of Britons can’t accurately describe what a will is for, with an estimated seven million promising something to a loved one after they die, but have not written it in a will. The survey of 2,000 adults conducted by Macmillan Cancer Support shows that while people say […]
It’s Final Day at Euro 2016 and to help you get ready here’s an excerpt from my Friday morning Breakfast Show where I was joined by Graham Bell to preview the Final. It’s home nation France taking on Portugal at 8pm UK time
In case you missed it from last week’s Slough Observer here’s my thoughts on the upcoming refurbishment of Slough Ice Arena. Read the below then ask yourself, for whom is the refurbishment being completed? If no temporary rink is provided and the user base which has taken 30 years to […]
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