This week’s show features happy and unusual news from around the world including the loch ness monster going on holiday, a five story slide in a shopping mall, pizza delivered to a train, 100 objects sent into space and much more besides. Did I mention there was also great music? I didn’t. Well, there is great music as well.
If you have any happy or unusual news to share then please let me know and I would be delighted to tell your story.
Listen to the show on the Mixcloud link below and please leave a comment to let me know what you think.
On this week’s show I was very fortunate to interview author Andy Rumbold about his debut novel ‘The Last Fiesta’ which has been shortlisted for the People’s Book Prize. Andy also shares his thoughts and tips about writing, his writing influences and rituals and much more. There is also my round up of happy and unusual news from around the world and some cracking music to go with it. Simply hit the play button below and please add your thoughts, comments and any happy news that you want to share.
Looking for a combination of happy and unusual news and great music? I have just the thing for you. Listen back to my show on the Mixcloud link below. Feel free to let me know about any good news you have and I am happy to share it.
Listen back to my radio show for happy and unusual news stories, happyappy (a feature on apps that help you be happy), advice to combat low self-esteem and great music.
Listen back on the Mixcloud link below for love songs, dating advice from children and the oldest married couple in America, happy news concerning a cat that got promoted at work and children learning sign language to help their school mate to mention but a few.
Music is important, but why is that?I am looking for songs for my next radi show. I am very interested to hear what people’s favourite songs are and why? What makes a song important to people? Do they make ypu happy or sad? I would love to hear from you.
My first solo show on Surrey Hills Community Radio. I discuss whether High Streets have become too commercialised, the music theme is commercialism and there are a few laughs to boot. Listen back on the Mixcloud link below.