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.
This week, Christina tells David about her COVID Test at Leicester and why the overall experience was an utter and total disaster. We also ask a very important question, does Christina think she may have long Covid?
David talks about his experience with the charity Rainbow Stars and how important the charity is to adults and children with disabilities on the Corona Diaries.
We have an update interview with Andrew Nebel MBE. The patient’s of Stamford are now into their 3rd week campaigning to keep St Mary’s surgery open. Over 1000 have signed the online petition and a stall on Stamford Market today braved wind and rain to sign up hundreds more signatures. Andrew said “We’ll not stop fighting this ludicrous closure plan.”
Christina interviews Kay Murmann and talks about how she recently joined the app Next Door. Through this app, Kay and her team have organised a peaceful demonstration to be held in Stamford this Saturday 3rd October to support and raise awareness to stop the closer of St Mary’s Health Practice in Stamford. A worthy cause that is bringing the local community together to try and save the closer of their much needed practice.
David interviews Sam and Sounds. His journey began last year busking the streets of Tunbridge Wells and Crawley. He launched his music career during COVID-19 with instant success. Releasing 4 singles with a total of over 500,000 streams during a short period of time, he has gained many new followers and listeners. We will play his new single ‘Mamma Mia Girl’ after the interview.
We will end the show on a high as we will be joined by Sofia, Sophie and David’s girlfriend Ellie to rate the evenings food feast.
David gives you an exclusive look at the new NHS Covid 19 app and a potential flaw into it. He also goes into details of the new rules in the Corona Diaries. There is also a positive talking point about the importance of comedy during this pandemic.
We will also be playing an exclusive new single from the Herron Brothers called ‘High Risk’.
Christina has an updated interview with Andrew Nebel MBE. The PPG Campaign to stop the closure of St Mary’s surgery in Stamford is gathering momentum. MP’s are involved as is Lincolnshire CCG and hundreds are signing up to our petition ‘Better Primary Care – Save St Mary’s.’
We also interview The Great Leslie Band which features front man and former guest of the show, Ollie Trevers. He will be joined by Guillermo Campoy, better known as ‘G.’ The Great Leslie Band are a London-based alternative rock band, combining raw vocals with a rock n roll influence to produce a sound that will leave you wanting more. Following their tour in the South of France last year, The Great Leslie plan to share their sound around the world throughout 2020.