Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Mayo and Viccars live! April Gig list

Friday 1st April

Mayo from The Mayo and Viccars Show will be DJing the after party for MK11 Presents: Mr B. The Gentleman Rhymer.

From deepest darkest Surrey, and with a decade of gentlemanly catterwalling under his belt, Mr.B brings you Chap-Hop, re-acquainting Hip-Hop with the Queen's English from whence it came. His legendary live recitals have earned him plaudits, largely from top shelf gentlemen's quarterlies.

Now he comes to MK11 for a April Fools Day Special! 


http://www.seetickets.com/tour/mk11-presents-mr-b-the-gentleman-rhymer

Tickets: £6 adv.


Saturday 2nd April

Viccars from The Mayo and Viccars Show will be DJing at this months Tailfeather at Slug & Lettuce.

TAILFEATHER brings you the very best in Motown, soul, disco, funk and rock 'n' roll! The night is perfect for those who want to get up and dance, love great music and who love to socialise. Slug & Lettuce was also voted Best Bar in 2015 so you know that is a winning combination!

In April we will be bringing you our usual mix of Motown, soul, funk, disco and rock 'n' roll! If you want to hear more of a particular genre or artist then let our DJs know.
Come shake ya Tailfeather!


Friday 29th April

Mayo and Viccars from The Mayo and Viccars Show will be DJing the after party at MK11 Presents: Lonely the Brave

You can wait a long time for a band like Lonely The Brave to come along. Maybe once every couple of years a band comes out of nowhere and captures the imagination of everyone from grassroots rock fans to national radio programmers. Perhaps once a decade do we see a band with LTB’s levels of musical intensity and emotional resonance. And maybe, if we’re very lucky, once in a generation we see a band with enough originality and unstoppable, unforgettable anthems to put British rock back on the international map.

“Lonely The Brave could be the biggest band on the planet. Fact.” Rock Sound

“Their vocalist has a mammoth arena-filling voice and it will only be a matter of time before they do so.” Huffington Post

“They’re the real deal, and their singer could be the new Eddie Vedder.” The Fly

Tickets: £10 adv.


Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Exclusive interview with FISH (ex Marilion frontman) on The Sticks!!

Joining Terry Sullivan on this week’s  Sticks show as his guest is The LEGEND that is FISH (ex-Marilion frontman),Fish will talk about his latest album, his tour and his life in general,  plus what’s on this week in MK and surrounding areas.

The Sticks show can be heard at 10am Mondays at www.secklowsounds.org  Tune in via the Secklow Sounds web site or via TuneIn radio app http://tunein.com/radio/Secklow-Sounds-s153078/

Contact Terry  with requests, dedications, shout-outs etc.
Twitter: @thesticks9
Email: thesticks@secklowsounds.org


Monday, 28 March 2016

The Victory Sisters on Harry & Edna on the Wireless - THIS WEDNESDAY 7pm

Harry & Edna on the Wireless.
Wednesday 30th March, 7pm

This week H&E are joined by singing 1940s trio the Victory Sisters. The Victory Sisters are giving The Andrew Sisters a run for their money, they are a breath of fresh air on the London theatre and music circuit. With stellar vocals and an authentic look, these girls are turning heads rapidly!

Tune in: www.secklowsounds.org

Sunday, 27 March 2016

Newsletter w/c March 27

TALK BACK - NEWSLETTER W/C March 27th


Every Sunday we'll update you on the special shows on Secklow Sounds.
You can get in touch:
T: @secklowsounds
E: radio@secklowsounds.org
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TO LISTEN: CLICK HERE

W/C 28th March 2016,THIS WEEK'S PLAYLIST SPECIALS ON SECKLOW SOUNDS...

MONDAY March 28th, 10AM "THE STICKS WITH TERRY SULLIVAN" - FEATURING STUART GOLDSMITH & GORDON BUCHANAN
The Sticks is YOUR what's on & lifestyle guide for  Herts Beds and Bucks.

Joining Terry Sullivan on this week’s Sticks show as his guests are English actor, stand-up comedian and street performer Stuart Goldsmith & acclaimed wildlife cameraman and television presenter Gordon Buchanan, plus what’s on this week in MK and surrounding areas.

The Sticks show can be heard at 10am Mondays. Tune in via the Secklow Sounds web site or via the TuneIn radio app.
www.the-sticks.co.uk
thesticks9@gmail.com
Twitter: @thesticks9
www.facebook.com/sticksmag
Contact Terry with requests, dedications, shout-outs
Twitter: @thesticks9 Email: thesticks@secklowsounds.org


TUESDAY March 29th, 10PM "SOUNDTRACKS” WITH TONY CARTY – NEW RELEASES AND SOME ANNIVERSARIES

Music from new soundtrack releases and upcoming films including 10 Cloverfield Lane, Eye in the Sky, Eddie the Eagle and The Invitation. Plus music from three composers who all had birthdays on 29 March.

Soundtracks: 1 hour Tues 10pm, repeats Sunday midnight and Mon 11am
Upcoming shows:
5 APRIL: GREGORY PECK
Catch past shows on Mixcloud









A TREASURY OF FILM MUSIC:

The stock of ALL the past SOUNDTRACKS shows (over 180!) on a variety of topics RIGHT HERE



Rewind - in case you missed it

LIFESTYLE MK - SATURDAYS 12 - 2pm with Dr Audrey, Gill and Dave

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Lifestyle MK - HAPPY Easter
Host Audrey is looking at the science of happiness this week and the team bring you their insights. Vet Dr Jamie discusses the happy health benefits of having pets, PT Robb looks at the "Runner's High", and presenters Ro Linton, and Gill chat about what makes them happy. Dave's Man Cave is about how to get the best Adrenaline 'High', and there are top tips throughout about natural ways to get more seratonin, and endorphins into your system!
12.00 - 12.30 - Audrey - the science of happiness, Dr Jamie - pets with benefits
12.30 - 1.00 - PT Robb - the "runner's high", Dave's Man Cave - adrenaline rush, Tremayne Miller, Film review 1
1.00 - 1.30 - Ro Linton, and Gill - what makes me happy?
1.30 - 2.00 - Tremayne Miller - Film review 2

We're back again for a new season after the Easter - meanwhile, have a happy time whatever you do, and tune into the "Best of" Lifestyle MK for the next few weeks - Saturday 12 - 2 - with love from THE LIFESTYLE MK TEAM xx
Tune in from 12 - 2 www.secklowsounds.org/player or catch the show's repeats on SPREAKER orMIXCLOUD
@draudreyt
@gili80
@davejsanderson
#lifestylemk
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Friday, 25 March 2016

More Tea Vicar? - an audience with Frank Williams

An Audience With Frank Williams - From Dad's Army

Frank will be at The Carlton House Club in Olney on Sunday the 17th April, at 16.00, chatting about his wide and varied career in Light Entertainment, including playing the vicar in 'Dad's Army'.

There will be a short film of behind the scenes from the original TV series and then Frank will chat about his career, with a question and answer session. Frank will also be signing copies of his best selling autobiography.

Come and join us for a relaxed Sunday afternoon with Frank.

Tickets are £12.50 and are available from David Pibworth on 01234 241357 or email David on davidpibworth@googlemail.com for details or group bookings. We will send your tickets out to you.

Tickets are also available in person  from The Carlton House Club, 38 High Street
Olney, MK46 4EB

Thursday, 24 March 2016

The Club, review by film writer and critic Tremayne Miller

by Film Writer, Tremayne Miller for LifestyleMK
The Club
Directed by Pablo Larrin
In cinemas 25 March 2016 
The Club, the new film by Chilean director Pablo Larrain (No, Post Mortem) questions the whereabouts of the priests who were taken to retirement houses in complete silence, ‘the lost priests’ club.’
Apparently former clergy members, former priests and religious operators provided clues as to what these houses were like, at the same time it was discovered that an international congregation had been founded in the United States called the Servants of the Paraclete.
Writers, Guillermo Calderon and Daniel Villalobos and he were able to create a screenplay of precision that was dangerous and extremely mysterious on the back of already having actors in mind.
This is the fifth of Pablo’s film, Alfredo Castro (Father Vidal) has starred in, and when he is asked how The Club relates to today’s Chile, here’s what he has to say:
‘Chilean society has founded itself on a story of power and submission.. Economical, social, political and religious powers, ..  ..powers that have inflicted great violence in the shelter of silence.’
‘..The Club seems to me like a realistic observation of political, social, and religious contingency, and above all, of justice (or rather, the lack, thereof).Networks of power carry on, hidden in the shadows and sheltered beneath the impunity that certain groups still retain.
Roberto Farias, who plays Sandokan, represents a specific social class and place, and in turn a particular religious experience. He recognizes faith as a functional thing, as opposed to anything either philosophical or spiritual, whereby he was forced to take part in sick pleasures by the priests who were meant to be protecting him.
Sandokan is, in effect, a man who is fed crumbs, then left to fight over them with the pigeons.
Farias approached his character via concrete imagery, which became more vivid as he verbalised the text.
Retired Nun, Antonia Zegers is adamant that the purpose of her character isn’t how she relates to being the only woman in a household of five men but more so, how she uses her set of circumstances to escape from herself. ‘Each rule exempts her from herself, giving her the opportunity of living through others, of avoiding contact.’
A.A. Dowd of A.V. Club describes this drama as bearing no ‘absolution’ or ‘portrait of forgiveness’ for its sinners. Because he believes that Larrain is after something a lot ‘trickier and harder to pin down. He, indeed, asks us ‘to share real estate with these men, ‘whilst offering a ‘few windows into their heads or hearts.’
 A poignant portrait, which leads us to question the sinful acts of individuals – their motives, and if they indeed, hold any remorse for what they’ve done. For me, I will always find a link between The Club and  Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu film, Amores Perros (translation: Love’s A Bitch), where what’s lacking in human emotion is found in the animals featured, and in the case of The Club, in greyhound Ragu, whose trepidant eyes immediately fixate, and fascinate me .
A Writer Contact I was to speak with after the private screening of  The Club told me about the 2012 documentary Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God  by Alex Gibney, which details the first known protest against ‘clerical sex abuse in the United States by four deaf men.
I would, therefore, like to take this opportunity to provide you with a brief précis, having now seen in:
Actors Jamey Sheridan, Chris Cooper, Ethan Hawke and John Slattery provide vocal translation of the deaf interviewees.
The title derives from the Latin  "mea maxima culpa", taken from the Confiteor.. It translates to English as "My most grievous fault".
The film follows Alex Gibney as he examines the abuse of power in the Catholic Church but through the stories of the four deaf men — Terry Kohut, Gary Smith, Pat Kuehn and Arthur Budzinski. All of whom set out to expose the priest who abused them during the mid-1960s. Each brought forth the first ever known case of public protest against clerical sex abuse, which later developed into the sex scandal case known as the Lawrence Murphy case. Their case manages to make its way through Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to the churches in Ireland, and to the highest office of the Vatican.

The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, on September 9, 2012, with a later release date of November 16th, and a worldwide premier on HBO on February 4, 2013.

Film Writer and Critic, Tremayne Miller writes for Hey U Guys http://www.heyuguys.com/, and you can hear her review feature this Saturday on LifestyleMK, 12 - 2 on Secklow Sounds.

Wednesday, 23 March 2016

We're moving!!

We've closed the doors on our current studio at Inter-Action MK, and will soon be setting up our new studio with our FM Broadcast aerial!!

Meanwhile we are still running a full programme of shows, and many are still being recorded brand new each week.

Stay tuned for all your favourite shows, and we'll let you know when you can find us on the dial!!

Sunday, 20 March 2016

What's on this week on Secklow Sounds - w/c March 20

TALK BACK - NEWSLETTER W/C March 20th


Every Sunday we'll update you on the special shows on Secklow Sounds.
You can get in touch:
T: @secklowsounds
E: radio@secklowsounds.org
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TO LISTEN: CLICK HERE

W/C 20th March 2016,THIS WEEK'S PLAYLIST SPECIALS ON SECKLOW SOUNDS...
MONDAY March 21st, 10AM "THE STICKS WITH TERRY SULLIVAN" - FEATURING MARK WEBSTER
The Sticks is YOUR what's on & lifestyle guide for Herts Beds and Bucks.
Joining Terry Sullivan on this week’s Sticks show as his guest is PDC Darts Star Mark Webster, plus what’s on this week in MK and surrounding areas
The Sticks show can be heard at 10am Mondays. Tune in via the Secklow Sounds web site or via the TuneIn radio app.
www.the-sticks.co.uk
thesticks9@gmail.com
Twitter: @thesticks9
www.facebook.com/sticksmag
Contact Terry with requests, dedications, shout-outs
Twitter: @thesticks9 Email: thesticks@secklowsounds.org


TUESDAY March 22nd, 10PM "SOUNDTRACKS” WITH TONY CARTY – ANCIENT MIDDLE EAST
Music from movies set in an area of inspiration and conflict, tales and myths.
“Eleven times hotter – hotter than it ought to be.”
Soundtracks: 1 hour Tues 10pm, repeats Sunday midnight and Mon 11am
Upcoming shows:

29 March: NEW RELEASES + some ANNIVERSARIES
5 APRIL: GREGORY PECK
Catch past shows on Mixcloud


A TREASURY OF FILM MUSIC:

The stock of ALL the past SOUNDTRACKS shows (over 180!) on a variety of topics RIGHT HERE



Rewind - in case you missed it

LIFESTYLE MK - SATURDAYS 12 - 2pm - NEW SEASON! ...with Dr Audrey, Gill and Dave

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Lifestyle MK - Pet Peeves.
"Pop, Six, Squish, Uh Uh..."
Join Audrey and the Lifestyle Team as they talk about what really gets their goat. It's the "Grumpy (hot, young) Lads and Lasses" on today's show. From the person who gets sick on a treadmill and leaves it for someone to clean up while he carries on jogging, to noisy eaters and aggressive pets - this laughs and lightens up about it all.
12.00 - 12.30 - PT Robb - Fitness peeves; Vet Dr Jamie - Pet Peeves (geddit ;) )
12.30 - 1.00 - It's not "Ironic", and Dave's Man Cave - dating peeves
1.00 - 1.30 - Grammar Nazis
1.30 - 2.00 - Gill discusses why we should "Look to ourselves too"
NEXT WEEK: HAPPY Easter - what makes us smile?
Tune in from 12 - 2 www.secklowsounds.org/player or catch the show's repeats on SPREAKER orMIXCLOUD
@draudreyt
@gili80
@davejsanderson
#lifestylemk
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Wednesday, 16 March 2016

10% off ALL watersports at Willen Lake

by Hannah Bodley
Sign up before Thursday March 31st to take advantage of 10% off all watersports courses and archery sessions. Enjoy the Easter break with family and friends and make a splash at Willen Lake!
Whether you want a taster of how to kayak, sail or windsurf or to loose some arrows on an archery session we have something for everyone! We also offer Level 1 and 2 Sailing courses, and 1 Star and 2 Star Paddlesports qualifications.
Operations Manager, Willen Lake, Steve Howkins said: “Come and try something new and take advantage of our 10% off promotion.
“You can make a great saving if you pre-book a course before 31st March 2016 *T&Cs apply. It would be great to see as many people as possible at the lake during the Easter break. If you don’t fancy trying an activity on your own, you could always book with a group of friends and enjoy a fun day out.
“Try canoeing or Stand Up Paddle boarding, come along and enjoy a day on the lake with friends! It is a great way to explore the outdoors.”
Willen Lake Watersports Centre opens on Friday 25th March 2016 from 10am.
The cost for each course varies, age restrictions apply. All safety equipment is provided. Please book and check all timing and clothing requirements of each session.

Sign up to a course today by calling:  01908 246599. For more information on Willen Lake Visit:  www.willenlake.org.uk terms and conditions apply 

Sunday, 13 March 2016

What's on this week on Secklow Sounds w/c March 12

TALK BACK - NEWSLETTER W/C March 12th



Every Sunday we'll update you on the special shows on Secklow Sounds.
You can get in touch:
T: @secklowsounds
E: radio@secklowsounds.org
Fb: Secklow Sounds Radio

TO LISTEN: CLICK HERE



W/C 12th March 2016,THIS WEEK'S PLAYLIST SPECIALS ON SECKLOW SOUNDS...

MONDAY March 13th, 10AM "THE STICKS WITH TERRY SULLIVAN" - FEATURING SNAKE DAVIS

The Sticks is YOUR what's on & lifestyle guide for Herts Beds and Bucks

Joining Terry Sullivan on this week’s Sticks show as his guest is is legendary UK saxophonist Snake
Davis, plus what’s on this week in MK and surrounding areas 

The Sticks show can be heard at 10am Mondays. Tune in via the Secklow Sounds web site or via the TuneIn radio app.

www.the-sticks.co.uk
thesticks9@gmail.com
Twitter: @thesticks9
www.facebook.com/sticksmag


Contact Terry with requests, dedications, shout-outs
Twitter: @thesticks9 Email: thesticks@secklowsounds.org





TUESDAY March 14th, 10PM "SOUNDTRACKS” WITH TONY CARTY – ANCIENT ROME

Friends, Romans, Countrymen – pay heed!

By Imperial Decree!

Be it known that the seditious wretch known as Tonius Cartius has been sentenced to presenting the Two Hundredth Edition of Soundtracks on the glorious past, the might and the splendour of our magnificent city on the Tiber. The divine emperors will be celebrated. Let no-one fail to give attention – on pain of being sentenced to either serving as a galley slave or worse – listening to any other radio programme. Senatus Populusque Romanus.

Soundtracks: 1 hour Tues 10pm, repeats Sunday midnight and Mon 11am

Upcoming shows:
22 March: ANCIENT MIDDLE EAST

29 March: NEW RELEASES + some ANNIVERSARIES

5 APRIL: GREGORY PECK

Soundtracks: 1 hour Tues 10pm, repeats Sunday midnight and Mon 11am

Catch past shows on Mixcloud


A TREASURY OF FILM MUSIC:

The stock of ALL the past SOUNDTRACKS shows (over 180!) on a variety of topics RIGHT HERE



Rewind - in case you missed it

LIFESTYLE MK - SATURDAYS 12 - 2pm - NEW SEASON! ...with Dr Audrey, Gill and Dave

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Lifestyle MK - Business Matters
Pre-recorded from Bletchley Park - home of British codebreaking, Audrey & the team look at the pros and cons of employment v's self employment, explore the new craze that is "Escape Rooms" with an exclusive from Ken Ferguson of "The Logic Escapes Me", and learn about a great event coming up at The National Museum of Computing from Matt Yeomans.
Vet Dr Jamie and PT Robb give an insight into their fields, and Ashley discusses being a self-employed actor. Gill gives advice on internships, Brunel Business School discuss business abroad, and Dave's Man Cave will inspire you with some of the coolest jobs around!
12.00 - 12.30 - Dr Jamie - the costs of being a vet; PT Robb - Fitness files; The BYTES Festival at The National Museum of Computing (Matt Yeomans)
12.30 - 1.00 - Escape Room Exclusive with Ken Ferguson of "The Logic Escapes Me"
1.00 - 1.30 - Ashley Alymann - acting; Gill - internships
1.30 - 2.00 - Man Cave-Cool jobs, Brunel Business School
NEXT WEEK: Pet Peeves!
Tune in from 12 - 2 www.secklowsounds.org/player or catch the show's repeats on SPREAKER or MIXCLOUD
@draudreyt
@gili80
@davejsanderson
#lifestylemk
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Saturday, 12 March 2016

Meet the Daleks at The National Museum of Computing BYTES festival

by Jacqui Garrard
We have today launched our Bytes Festival Facebook and Twitter pages. You will be able to keep up to date with the latest activities taking place at Bytes and be the first to book into our exciting workshops or purchase your tickets.
Our Bytes Festival starts on the 25th March and will run every afternoon through the school holidays until the 10th April. Don't miss it! There is fun for all the family over Easter with lots of entertainment -- and learning too!
Get creative, get digital and get here!
Special sci-fi day on Saturday 26 March:
-          Meet Star Wars characters from the UK Garrison & UK R2D2 Builders Club
-          Meet the Daleks, their friends and enemies!
-          The voice of the Daleks (Nicholas Briggs) signing autographs for £10 per item.
-          Come in a sci-fi costume on 26th and 27th March to get free entry (kids only qualify!).
For more information and our day by day schedule for Easter, please visit www.tnmoc.org/bytes
We look forward to welcoming you again at The National Museum of Computing.

AND the team from LifestyleMK caught up with Matt Yeomans at TNMOC to tell is all about this exciting event.  Catch the show HERE  (Matt is on around 24 mins in)

Friday, 11 March 2016

Harry & Edna Special!

This Wednesday at 7pm Secklow Sounds present a special Harry & Edna on the wireless.


The show was recorded at Hednas vintage nightclub and features live performances from The Towers Sisters, Thomas Wild Esq with Mini Harry providing the 78 dance tunes.

Hednas was created by Harry & Edna who for the past 5 years have been recreating a night club of the 1930s / 40s right here in their home town of Milton Keynes.

Edna explained “It is not just another music club, it is about fashion, dance and style. Our Grandparents showed us how to have fun, be glamorous and sexy in tough times. They showed us how to dress and dance”.


For more info about Hednas please go to http://www.homefrontfriends.org.uk/hednas

Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Photo competition!!


The Parks Trust photography competition 2016
by Laura Tarry
Calling all budding photographers… Are you inspired by Milton Keynes’ parks? If so we are looking for images that capture beautiful landscapes, wildlife or a treasured family memory in one of our parks.
We are encouraging residents and visitors to enter The Parks Trust’s Photography Competition and help us to show the city’s parks in all their beauty.
David Foster, Chief Executive of The Parks Trust, said: “The competition is a great opportunity for all ages to get involved and share their favourite views and green spaces in Milton Keynes. Previous winning entries have produced some stunning and often unusual images and we’re really looking forward to seeing what people capture on camera this year in our parks.”
The Parks Trust’s 2016 competition aims to highlight the beautiful and diverse landscapes, features and people of Milton Keynes. The competition has an adult and youth section with three different categories - wildlife, landscape and parklife.
The competition begins today Tuesday 1st March 2016 and closes at 5.00pm on Wednesday 21 September 2016. The winners will be announced on Wednesday 5th October 2016.
What you could win!
An overall winner will be selected from all three categories: Wildlife, landscape and parklife.
First Prize (overall winner): £350 photography vouchers
Second Prize (Category winners): £50 photography vouchers

It doesn’t stop there…
All winners will receive The Parks Trust Photography Competition winner certificates and selected photographs will be included in The Parks Trust 2017 Calendar.

Full terms and conditions and how to enter can be found can be found at: www.theparkstrust.com/photographycomp2016

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

LifestyleMK recording at the original transmission block "E" in Bletchley!!

LifestyleMK are really excited to be recording this week's show at the original transmission block, Block E in Bletchley!

E Block in Bletchley Park was where the decrypted messages were transmitted to the British Commanders, and is now home to a number of businesses, including "A Great Escape".

A Great Escape offers an "Escape Room" - a live puzzle where teams of 2 - 6 have to solve riddles in order to find their way out - within 60 minutes.  The room is themed around the area itself, with a story featuring modern-day codebreakers in Bletchley and called "Enigma".  (To book, please visit www.agreatescaperoom.com - the previews are in and this game is no "imitation" *groan*).

Ken Ferguson
The show is delighted to have a feature from Ken Ferguson, writer of Escape Game blog "The Logic Escapes Me" (CLICK HERE) or follow him on twitter @escapaholic who talks about his passion for escape games, as well as what to look for in a good game.

A Great Escape is one of the many businesses investing in Milton Keynes - which was ranked as the "number one for job growth" in 2015 by the Centre for Cities.  ...and with a second escape game (Roomescapemk) also opening in the area this month, as well as one in nearby Kettering, Lifestyle MK will be finding out about this particular business trend.

With your host, Audrey whose book on management is out later this year (pre order here) - the show comprises its usual informative insights and other exciting guests this week - Resident Fitness expert - PT Robb and Vet Dr Jamie are both taking an in depth look at their own professions, the team also have guest features from Brunel Business School talking about why business matters, and pitfalls of cultural clashes in the working world.  We even have a special interview with Matthew Yeomans of
The National Museum of Computing
The National Museum of Computing (based in Block H of Bletchley Park - click HERE or @tnmoc ) who are putting on an Easter festival for families called "BYTES" running 25 March - 10 April - so don't miss out!

...and with wellbeing always in mind, presenter Ro Linton will talk about the work-life balance, co-host Gill will discuss the pros and cons of volunteering, and Dave's Man Cave aims to inspire you with the cool jobs out there.



Tune in on Saturday 12 - 2 on Secklow Sounds, or catch the show on Mixcloud at your leisure...it's not all work, work, work!!