Leslie Johnson Afternoon delight Tuesady 6th August

Another chance to hear Lesley Johnson on Tuesday 6th August talking to John Smeeton Lesley has a BA Hons in Criminology and started with Haringey Local Authority as their Drugs Adviser. Then worked with schools and the police for 10 years. Having moved to Enfield, the role evolved into “ Vulnerable Young person’s Adviser” working with Schools, Police, and partner agencies such as Drug Treatment services, Social Services, parents and directly with young between ages of 11- 18. Lesley retired last year after a total of 25 years in the “business”. We will talk about Legal and Illegal Drugs, The impact on individuals,The impact on Families, and Society. The role of Schools and Education, and the role of Parents and of course legalisation. DON’T MISS IT !!!!!!!! 1pm to 3pm

Nick DeBois on Tuesday 25th June

John Smeeton talks to Nick DeBois on Afternoon Delight this Tuesday, they will discuss Nick’s book confessions of a recovering MP and his views regarding the general current state of the politics in Britian. Roz Lishak will choose her big band music with artists she has played with. Plus the birthday file and some great music join us 1 to 3pm RoyalFreeRadio.co.uk

Roz Lishak choosing big band music she has played on and Laura Nelson tells us about her sky dive Tuesday 11th June



Join John this Tuesday 11th June during the first hour Roz Lishak (yes our Roz)she will be choosing the music on tracks she has played on with various orchestras, and talking about her experiences, also in the first hour Laura Nelson will tell us about her sky diving raising money for the Royal Free Charity all on Afternoon Delight between 1 to 3pm plus the birthday file  in the second hour and if you want a request go to royalfreeradio.co.uk of call us on 020 8363 6000

Tuesday 14th May 1 to 3pmTracey White will cut off 20 inches for The Little Princess Trust


Tracey White comes in to talk about cutting her hair off for The Little Princess Trust who provide free real hair wigs to children and young people, up to 24 years, who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or other conditions. Providing free real hair wigs is at the heart of what they do, but we also support the development of less aggressive and less toxic cancer treatments. In 2016, thanks to the huge efforts of their fantastic fundraisers,  were able to begin funding academics and organisations involved in researching the causes of paediatric cancer. When The Little Princess Trust first began, they  hoped for a day when there would no longer be a need for an organisation like this. By funding research, to one day make this a reality.