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Here are the live music and chat sessions we have had with guests in the studio this year

2017 - Occupational Therapy Week

Ever wondered what Occupational Therapists do and where they come from?
This week is your chance to find out. And in the studio, we were delighted to wel
come OT Laurence Ely and 4 bright young students from the University Of Worcester - Elly, Ffion, Matilda and Will - who are proudly embarking on their new career. The way of learning is changing, becoming much more hands-on, so how are these coping with their work? Listen to them chatting to David Bower to find out...!

Click here to hear David's chat with the current and future OT's

Click here for more details about the department on their Facebook page

2017 - Michelle McKay

Michelle is the Chief Executive of the Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust and she popped in to the studio have have a chat with David Bower and Pete Phillips about not only her plans for hospital services in the country but about her background and life in a similar role in Brisbane, Australia - fascinating!

Click here to hear Michelle's chat with David and Pete

2017 - World Sepsis Day

In a week which sees World Sepsis Day bring to the fore this cruel and often life-threatening infection, David Bower chatted to Dr. Michael McAlindon, Clinical lead for the sepsis quality improvement Project, about the steps being taken locally to ensure that the public and staff are aware of the issue and how to best combat it

For more information about World Sepsis Day, click here: www.world-sepsis-day.org

Click here to hear the chat with Michael

2017 - Mike S. Martin

Mike is a former Worcester postman. You may even recognise him. But a complete change of career, based on his hobby of mountain climbing, means that he is now a Rope Access Technician.
In his new book Knickers, Biscuits and the Dark Arts of Rope Access, Mike bares all (literally!) about the industry and the tightly-knit community of guys you sometimes see dangling from buildings way above your head, the things they get up to and the things they can see through all those windows in high-rise apartments...
He popped into the studio to have a chat with Pete Phillips about the book and the life-changing decision which he made a decade ago (before marriage and children came along...)

Click here to hear Mike chatting to Pete about his change of career

2017 - Ben Mowbray and Toby Burchell

Hot from their success in the two Malvern Theatres Young Company productions of The Crucible and Guys and Dolls, Ben and Toby popped in to chat with Pete Phillips about the shows and to give a timely plug for their latest venture where, as two members of the Our Star Theatre Company (along with Georgia Gill and Jason Johns), they will be presenting a brand new double bill of one-act comedies by David Pollard called Nobbo, which will be in various venues across Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire in September, starting with the Elim Arts Centre in West Malvern on 15th

Click here to hear the pair chatting about the shows and what they have coming up after that

2017 - WODYS

Back again for a live chat and song session in the studio and the boys and girls from WODYS, who this year are presenting Whistle Down The Wind at the Swan Theatre from August 1st to 5th. Break a leg!

Click here to hear the talented troupe chatting and singing

2017 - Going Wild Live

Going Wild with Wildlife with Stuart "The Wildman" Mabbutt is broadcast for an hour each day on Choice.
But as a special treat, we organised a live show with Stuart and two of his colleagues, photographer William Mankelow and videographer Ross Arrowsmith

And a good time was had by all!

Click here to hear the Going Live With Wildlife Live special

Click here to see the Going Live With Wildlife Live special (.avi format - download it to view)

2017 - Truckfest

Back at the Malvern Three Counties Showground for its 4th appearance, TruckFest brings hundreds of extremely smart trucks together for the annual Midlands bash, showing off their clean lines and brilliant artwork to the public
Not only that, the event brings over from the States Lisa Kelly and Todd Dewey from Ice Road Truckers and Jesse McClure from Storage Hunters

Pete Phillips chatted to Lisa and Todd during preparations for the show, and Bob Limming who co-created the event some 35 years ago

Expect big crowds as the weather for the weekend is good...!

Click here to hear Pete's chat with Bob, Lisa and Todd

2017 - Martyn Smart

Martyn Smart is the Chairman of the Probus Club of Worcester South
He popped into the studio to chat to David Bower about the work of Probus

Click here to hear Martyn's chat with David

2017 - Emily Horton

Emily is a magazine editor and journalist and is working on a World War Two project which started after chatting to her late grand-father who was a bomber pilot. Emily chatted to David Bower about how it is going

If you or your family have reminiscences of the period, Emily would love to hear from you and you can contact her at
emilyhorton@hotmail.com

Click here to hear Emily's chat with David

2017 - Ben Mowbray and Georgia Gill

Ben and Georgia are both involved in a play - The Last Bread Pudding - which is being presented by the Ledbury Amateur Dramatic Society as part of the All-England Theatre Festival and they are currently well on their way to reaching the finals...
The play will be performed at the Courtyard Theatre, Hereford on April 25th and the Market Theatre, Ledbury on May 13th, the presentation in Hereford being also part of the Breast Cancer Haven fundraiser

Ben and Georgia chatted to Pete Phillips about the play, as well as their other endeavours which include getting 8-year olds to put on an after-school Shakespeare play!

Click here to hear Ben and Georgia's chat with Pete

Click here for the Courtyard Theatre's website

Click here for the Market Theatre's website

2017 - Tom Pierce

After Art College and a career in graphics, Tom joined the Police, ultimately working at Hindlip. He has now gone on to publish a novel which draws on some of the sights that he saw whilst serving in the force. The book is entitled The Sweet Taste Of Death and is based on events in South West France. Tom chatted to Pete Phillips about his career and how the book came about

The book is available to order from all good booksellers

Click here to hear Tom's chat with Pete

2017 - Niamh Webb

Back for a return visit was Niamh (grand-daughter of our own Tony Clay) who chose the music for a good part of the show and talked about life in "big" school...

Click here to hear Niamh chatting with Pete and Tony

This page was last updated on Thursday, 09 November 2017