On the opening talk, David gives his verdict on a spicy curry and chickpea meal that Christina made for him. Christina opens up about her recovery from which it started back in Christmas last year where she had a really bad flu and battling so many infections. She tells us about her journey so far and how little steps are improving her mental health, a real achievement.
On the Corona Diaries, David opens up about his mental health at the present time while also discussing both the governments Christmas idea and local tier restriction.
We have two former guests on the show. David interviews Alex White from the band Lazy Dog Toy After the release of his first single ‘Glorious’ back in August, Alex officially releases the Country Mile EP which features 4 tracks including the title track, ‘Country Mile.’ Alex talks about how he persuaded singers from both USA and Ireland to sing the vocals for his EP.
Christina welcomes back Christos Liberos who is an actor for film, TV and theatre whilst branching out in his career into film production over the last 5 years. Throughout Covid 19, Christos has been working on a short film called ‘Mad How Life Works’ which is about four university friends who meet up for a reunion get together but a secret threatens to destroy their friendship. Christos talks in-depth about the challenges that come with how madhowlifeworks is all put together and goes into great detail about the setting, cast and filming the scenes. Christos also opens up about how his love and passion for acting has helped him progress throughout the years and achieving what he has done in his career.
On this 1st part, David tells you his 10 day self isolation story in an extended edition of the Corona Diaries. Going through all the highs and lows and telling you all something important, being in self isolation isn’t the end of the world.
This weeks show is only just the beginning, tune in tomorrow as we reveal the two amazing interviews to be featured.
On this busy show this week, David gives an update on the US election as well as some tips for lockdown 2.0 on the Corona Diaries.
David & Christina have both conducted all 3 interviews this week. First up, we have an important update with Andrew Nebel MBE on the latest with Lakeside Healthcare. Andrew goes onto saying: “ The future of Primary Care for patients of Lakeside Healthcare Stamford will be decided at 11.00 on Wednesday 11th November 2020 … ironically a day when we remember so many past sacrifices …when the Primary Care Commissioning Committee of Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group will accept or reject the proposal to close St Mary’s surgery. They have over 500 pages of evidence to consider … a big part of which I’m pleased to say is the submission we, the Patient Participation Group, have put together containing the views of hundreds of patients . If we can save St Mary’s it will only stop our Healthcare getting worse… then the next challenge will be to make it better by planning a new primary care infrastructure that will serve Stamford’s growing population “.
Next up, we talk to Harlan Ilett who runs Cheer’s Thai in Walton, Peterborough. They cook authentic Thai food made with the help of naturally home grown ingredients. They are currently offering delivery throughout the whole of lockdown. You will need to message them via their Facebook page to pre-order your delivery slot.
Lastly, we interview Emily Wagg who is starting the process of beginning a charity where she make blankets for the homeless out of crisp packets. It has already gained huge attraction since its launch. She is an absolute inspiration and one not to be missed.
David will end the show with how little bits of joy and looking back on the 3 years since he started doing local radio, has made him become who he is today.