Not only is the Sunday Lunch sponsored by St Albans' number one pub The BOOT Inn, this week will feature Beef Wellington in the Missing Ingredient and welcome 'young' Eric from the Verulam Sports show to review the weekend local football and rugby results.(played by people wearing football boots). With the hint of theme this week join Jonny from midday for Sunday lunch.
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This week's programme kicks off with the best selling 45rpm singles and news headlines from November 1973, listen out for Roy Wood, Drupi and Elton John between 9 and 10 plus the latest from Ian Rogers regarding St Albans City Football Club at 9-45.In to the second hour we Value A Disc, SJH will continue to jolt our memories with bags of nostalgia and there’s a Brief Biog all about The Foundations at 10-15. Between 10-30 and 11-00 SJH continues to reminisce and we have the latest news on the musical stars we have loved through the years.
This interview took part as part of Sustainable St Albans week on November 24th 2015. Natalie Bennett is a British politician and journalist who has led the Green Party of England and Wales since September 2012.
Coming up on this week’s West Herts Drivetime with the gorgeous Danny Smith...
Monday: We chat to Olivia Beach about her Kos Refugee Christmas Appeal;
Tuesday: The glittering Gwendoline Alderton will be offering more Interior Design insights;
Wednesday: The meticulous Matt Adams, Editor of the Herts Advertiser, will be discussing Tomorrow’s News Today; LIVE music on The Drivetime Sessions courtesy of Katie Plus Juan;
Thursday: Olivia Dunbar from Loreto College tells us about what her team are doing for Dragons Apprentice;
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