This week on Afternoon Delight John and Frances will be in the studio with Kathlene Gallagher who is a poet plus lots of great music the birthday file and if you wish some requests 020 8363 6o00 or www.royalfreeradio.co.uk 1.00pm through to 3pm don’t miss it.
Les Taylor Chairman of Enfield Camera Club joins John to talk About the Enfield Camera Club. Why he loves Photography 10 reasons why photography is a great photography and as an art form.
This Tuesday 1pm to 3pm
Join John Smeeton this Tuesday 19th between 1 and 3 pm when he talks to Carol Stanley form Home Care Prefered they will discuss Dementia, Parkinson’s Cancer, and Palliative care in your own home.
Mary Hunter joins John this Tuesday to talk about keeping Bees we will discuss The Honeybee colony, roles of queen bee. How bees make honey.What happens when bees swarm? Why are honeybees important?
How to start beekeeping join us Tuesday 1 to 3pm
Victoria Pite local Councillor joins John Smeeton to talk about the role of a Councillor and the ins and outs of how local government works
Julia Franks joins John Smeeton’s Afternoon delight on Tuesday 13th November between 1 and 3 pm Julia plays classical guitar and entertains the patients at The Royal Free Hospital in the wards and also in the discharge area while patients wait to leave. Try to join us on Tuesday as we will also have the pleasure of listening to Julia play for live on air some beautiful soothing and relaxing classical music.
Julie is a Speech and Language Therapist working presently with a Parkinson’s Unit and an autism service for adults. Julie Is interested in communication generally and how our voice or expressive language enables us to participate and form relationships with others. Specifically if there is impairment with someone’s communication skills how this impacts their wellbeing and sense of identity. Prior to working in these roles she worked for nearly 10 years in paediatric services supporting initial language development.
Tune in on Tuesday 23rd October between 1 & 3 pm Bob Henrit drummer for Argent, The Kinks, Roulettes and Unit 4 Plus 2, to talk abou the charity Music for All
In 1969, aged 19 years, Lythgoe auditioned for the BBC’s Young Generation dance troupe, which included her future husband Nigel among its members. Bonnies success as a choreographer of dance productions within the West End led to a career as a producer/director of various theatre productions, including pantomimes. She produced/directed and choreographed the Christmas 2006 version of Peter Pan, starring Henry Winkler, in Wimbledon and Cinderella, starring Patrick Duffy, in Woking.
Lythgoe came to American public attention as a producer and judge on season one of the reality television series So You Think You Can Dance. She also served as one of the judges on So You Think You Can Dance Australia prior to its cancellation in July 2010.
In 2016, Lythgoe was a contestant on the second season of the Australian version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, lasting 3 weeks. Her charity of choice was Olivia Newton-John’s Cancer and Wellness Centre.
In the second hour John is joined by Monique Gardener @AlzSocLondon the UK’s leading dementia charity ahead of their #memorywalk taking place this Saturday. They’ll be taking about what support is available locally and general advice for people who have received a dementia diagnosis. There’s still time to sign up to the Memory Walk, visit https://www.memorywalk.org.uk