17
May
2018

Shane Rimmer, `Scarlet City`, `Project Love, and Unite Students

Shane and Sheila Rimmer look ahead to upcoming convention appearances and look back to James Bond, Stanley Kubrick and Thunderbirds before actor Douglas Booth chats with Stewart Buchanan about one of the biggest audio dramas ever produced. Co-founder of Project Love Vicki Pavitt explores the Nation`s favourite songs to have their first dance to and Sarah Reynolds from Unite Students discusses the transition from Home to Higher Education.

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10
May
2018

Eurovision 2018, Infinity War and the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

Gibraltar`s Gabriella Peralta discusses Eurovision with Phil Leirness in Los Angeles before Richard Fitzwilliams gives an anthropological review of the latest Avengers epic and Ian Lennox compares cat stories.

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10
May
2018

SME Support, Future Summer Trends, Mental Health & Sci-Fi London 18

Apprentice winner Mark Wright and MD of Aldermore Bank Ewan Edwards discuss business support with Shaeleigh Mackenzie before Global Trend advisor at Stylus Steve Tooze explores the world of veganism and A.I..Ioakim Eletheros connects from Melbourne Australia to suggest ways of coping with mental health challenges in schools and Professor Fiona Moore selects a few of her highlights from Sci-Fi London 18.

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4
May
2018

Sleepyhead advice and more good snoozing secrets

Gabriella Peralta and Alex Lewczuk launch May`s first Midweek Drive Morning Edition from Gibraltar before welcoming ace sleep scholar Stephanie Romiszewski back to the progamme with more essential thoughts on the sleeping process and advice for John Wenham, Ian Lennox and Phil Leirness.

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4
May
2018

Commitment-Phobia, Transport etiquette and Good deeds

Psychologist Emma Kenny discusses fear of commitment before The Royal Butler Grant Harold provides some useful car-sharing tips, Tom Farsides addresses the science of good deeds and Alan Stevens shares his thoughts on the first days of Sci-Fi London.

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1
May
2018

Sarah Willingham, The importance of Pharmacies and Lost in Space

Ian Lennox continues with thoughts on avoiding bill paying stress ahead of entrepreneur Sarah Willingham, Head of Communications at the National Pharmacy Association Steven Fishwick and www.kaldorcity.com `s very own Alan Stevens.

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29
Apr
2018

Royal Births and film critiques

Phil Leirness, Richard Fitzwilliams, Ian Lennox and Alex Lewczuk explore some more contemporary cultural comments.

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19
Apr
2018

Frodo, `Love Simon` and the 48 hr film challenge

Holly McGratten finally hears her station ident after another update from Gibraltar`s Gabriella Peralta before Shaeleigh Mackenzie, Richard Fitzwilliams, Ian Lennox , George Morris & Alex Lewczuk provide a fine selection of critical thoughts , anecdotes and info-bites for the day.

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19
Apr
2018

Sleep on Mars, Surrey, Strictly , Turn of Phrase and Vwoorp Vwoorp

Stephanie Romiszewski discusses extraterrestrial sleep patterns followed by broadcaster Emma Tinson on travel, Meteorologist Claire Nasir with hay fever info, Strictly dancer Victor Simone reflecting on the ways in which language informs perception and the critical thoughts of Richard Fitzwilliams on `Turn of Phrase`-  together with an added bonus `Vwoorp, Vwoorp` chat featuring Alan Stevens.

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12
Apr
2018

Frodo, `A Quiet Place`, `Wonderstruck` and National Care Home Day

Gabriella Peralta, Shaeleigh Mackenzie, Alex Lewczuk, Richard Fitzwilliams, Professor Martin Green OBE, Sylvie Silver, Ian Lennox, John Wenham and Chris Dows all feature in the opening hour of another Midweek Drive Morning Edition.

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