John Smeeton returns to Afternoon Delight this coming Tuesday he will be talking about America and the Caribbean playing some great music and of course the birthday file so join the Silver Fox between 1 and 3pm
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.
Afternoon delight this Tuesday between 1 and 3 pm; join John and Roz no guest this week so lots of fun some great music and of course the Birthday File call the studio for a request 0208 363 6000 or www.royalfreeradio.co.uk then click on the request drop down box put in your request it comes straight through to us in the studio
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
John Smeeton is back and sitting in for Jeff Lincoln for an hour of love songs join him and put some romance in you evening. Followed by Tom Delany not to be missed.
Join John Smeeton talking to Shauna Teevan from the RVS and Enfield Libraries home service for the housebound. We will be talking about delivering not only books but CDs DVDs so join us between 1 and 3 pm
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.