Next broadcast Mon, 19 Nov 09:30
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Join Chris Zaremba on Tuesday morning (20th November) for the Health and Fitness edition of Mid-Morning Matters. Chris has four very special guests this week: From 09:30 he will be joined by Jeremy Parker and Kevin Jeffery of Help in Hearing, a hearing health care company based in Marlow. They will be talking about ways to help hearing loss in adults and children, and a special event coming up for anyone interested in the subject. From 10:00 until 11:00 the studio guest will be Kevin Wallace, a top triathlon coach and personal trainer from EVO Tri Club. He will be talking about triathlon as its sport, rather than the three components, and how you (or your children) can get into this, the fastest growing sport in the UK. And the final guest from 11:00 until 12:00 is trauma therapist Alexandra Smith. She will be looking at how people cope with events in their lives, and, at this time of year, looking at how the onset of winter affects our moods. It sounds like it is going to be a fascinating morning. I hope you can listen in, and perhaps also take part by asking questions to the guests and giving your views by phone, text, tweet and email. Call us during the show on 01628 488 975 or text 07900 975 975 or email Studio@MarlowFM.co.uk That is all between 09:30 and 12:00 with Chris Zaremba on Tuesday Mid-Morning Matters on MarlowFM. Listen locally on FM 97.5, or anywhere in the UK using smartphone apps like TuneIn Radio, or anywhere worldwide by selecting the Listen Live button on www.MarlowFM.co.uk. Or just tell Alexa or similar devices to ?Play MarlowFM?.
Fri, 16 Nov 16:44
A FRESH new Book Club show this week....we have lots of books to discuss. Here are just a few; Feminists Dont Wear Pink and other lies by Scarlett Curtis. The Hate U Give (The Number 1 New York Times Bestseller) by Angie Thomas, also just out as a movie. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, a novel by Arundhati Roy, Booker Prize-winning author of The God of Small Things. An extraordinary book by Kathryn Mannix called With The End in Mind about Dying, Death and Wisdom in an Age of Denial.
Tue, 6 Nov 22:12