On the 12th February, FromeFM’s Dave Watkins (pictured here with his wife Jenny) will be leaving behind his usual role as presenter of the local sports round-up show ‘Sport Pie’ and recording a special interview with Helen Sprawson-White, the Frome Mayor.
It will be a 60 minute programme, featuring all sorts of questions about her role as the Mayor and all kinds of other stuff as well. Nothing too serious or political! Helen will also be playing us some of her favourite songs.
Dave is keen for anyone in Frome to send in their questions for Helen to the FromeFM studio.
All questions can be emailed to FromeFM: email@example.com by Feb 11th.
The programme will be available for listen again within a couple of days of recording by visiting http://www.fromefm.co.uk/ Programmes > New stuff.
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Eddie is presenting his FromeFM radio show ‘Days of Love and Happiness’ on Sunday 6th February at 2pm. The best, the happiest, the most loved-up music, from a devotee of the 60s and 70s.
If you want more Days of Love and Happiness …you can listen to Eddie’s show again on Saturday 12th Feb at 2pm
Saturday night’s Acoustic Lounge featuring live studio sessions from Mark Abis and Leander Morales is available for Listen Again and podcast download NOW.
Just go to http://www.fromefm.co.uk/ and choose Programmes > Music > FromeFM Acoustic Lounge
‘Ralph’s Finest Hour’ today features Ralph talking about his speech at the National Autistic Society event in Bristol on January 12th which was the launch of the ‘You need to know’ campaign.
Listen today Friday 28th January at midday on http://www.fromefm.co.uk/ or listen to the repeat on Sunday 30th January at 12:30pm
In 2010 Jules Pretty and Jo Barton of the University of Essex published results in the journal “Environmental Science and Technology” showing that mood and self-esteem improved after as little as a five-minute dose of open air exercise. The study found that a walk in a natural area adjacent to water offered people the most improvement.
So get out and River Meander with or without your MP3 copy of the programme.
River Meandering is next broadcast on Sunday 30th January at 10:30am or available to ‘listen again’ on http://www.fromefm.co.uk/ Programmes > Talk > River Meandering