This week, we do a special Facebook live to promote the dating show feature we first previewed last week.
On the corona diaries, David talks about feeling vulnerable and if the idea of having a car free town is possible in his local area.
David interviews an up and coming singer/songwriter called Genevieve. After studying Jazz at Middlesex University, Genevieve had the help of long term friend Jonjo in producing her music which the debut single had its official release last week. Her debut single called ‘Dreams’, has a very special music video which was set at the Barbican with creative director, Marion Bergin.
Christina interviews a New Jeresy artist called Saakb. Inspired by the events of the quarantine, his new single ‘Move Until You’re Numb’, is a tribute to forgetting about the status of the world and spending quality time with the ones you love.
This week, Christina talks about a brand new opportunity for people to take part on our show. A blind date style show where people send in video’s about themselves and see if we can find them a blind date.
David goes all political in the corona diaries this week. The big question is, does the new three tier system do enough to control the spread of the virus, as the R number continues to go up in the UK.
Andrew Nebel MBE gives David and Christina an update of the latest situation with Lakeside Healthcare.
Christina interviews a new and fresh pop sensation called Smilee. Smilee began singing and dancing from a young age before gaining a place at the acclamied Brit School alongside huge artists, such as Adele and Amy Winehouse. We will also play her new single ‘Wavelength,’ which is about communication told through a beat filled with optimism and serotonin, a perfect track to wind down the peaceful nights.
David interviews Abi Yardimci. Making a return to the show, Abi releases the second book of her trilogy, ‘Destiny is yours.’ This continues the adventure of Jess as she and best friend Gillie go on a trip of a lifetime to Turkey. We talk about some key features from the book and why I gave this book the perfect 5 stars. We also get a small preview on what the final book for the trilogy is about.
Welcome to this special of the David & Christina Show.
On this weeks special, Christina has the pleasure of interviewing Hayley, joint proprietor of Tonino’s Pizzeria in Market Deeping. Still going strong after nearly 20 years, they discuss their passion for Italian food, customer service and the recent revamp of their premises, new opening hours and new menu which includes serving Sunday lunches with an Italian twist. As a regular customer since they opened, Christina rates their restaurant 5 stars for excellent customer service and delicious authentic Italian food cooked by talented head chef/joint proprietor Toni.
Christina also has the pleasure of interviewing Lydia Pinfold – Pinfold Photographic who has the best of both worlds. Passionate about photography, they talk about her love for taking photos, the changes in technology with cameras and her hobby that allows her to photograph the beautiful wildlife around Market Deeping. Earlier this year, Lydia started her own podcast where she talks about her walks, photography and giving her listeners a few tips and advice. Having studied photography and having a love of anything crafty, Lydia talks about her job as a photographer for Honchanda TV.
We will be taking a weeks break but we will be back on Friday 16th October for another exciting edition of the David & Christina Show. Stay safe, enjoy the show and take care.