Join Jonny at midday for the Radio Verulam Sunday Lunch as the countdown to the St Albans Christmas market starts here with an interview with the organiser Liz Marcy. There’s another round of PratNav & in honour of Jonny's encounter with top chef Phil Thompson on the Chef's Theatre last week we're featuring partridge in the Missing Ingredient. Plus loads of great music to accompany your Sunday Lunch.
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As summer slips away the Radio Verulam Sunday Lunch will be looking ahead to the St Albans and Harpenden Food and Drink Festival, which starts on Tuesday!!! This week Jonny will feature the St Albans seasonal salad in the 'Missing Ingredient' slot and will be replaying an interview with the local foodie Becky Alexander. As well a load of great music and the return of 'Prat Nav' and 'West Herts Headlines' it's a packed show from midday here on Radio Verulam.
Jonny will be back in the studio for Sunday Lunch on from midday. This week we've got a pair of tickets to give away to the West End musical Bend it like Beckham and Chicken Tikka Masala features in our Missing Ingredient feature. Plus if that's not enough DIY Rob will be joining me 'live' in the studio to sort out any of your DIY issues. Feel free to join us from midday on 92.6FM, online or via the Tune or RadioPlayer apps.
Today's show was the culmination of a whirlwind of activity to finish off a week of Jonny Seabrook on Verulam in the morning!
If you missed anything this week make sure you go onto www.listenagain.radioverulam.com
Adam Towndrow was in the studio and on Jonny's knee!!!! (see the pic below) He talked about upcoming theatre in St Albans as well as his latest production with his company C12 Dance Theatre called 'Trolleys'. Check it out here: www.c-12dancetheatre.com
This week Jonny Seabrook has taken over the 'Verulam in the Morning' show with the help of Tamara, Clare and Kate. What a sporty show we had today!
We had some great interviews from Leo Tutt from the LTA and Liz Jones from the Batchwood Tennis Academy. Who spoke about the Great British Tennis Weekend and their plans in St Albans, Verulam park and Harpenden for the 1st and 2nd August. More information cant be found at www.greatbritishtennisweekend.com
On today's 'Verulam in the Morning' show with Jonny we had some great interviews from 'The Local Foodie' Herts Ad writer Becky Alexander talking about the St Albans and Harpenden Food and Drink competition including two fish and chips shops, in Marshalswick and Harpenden, that have been nominated for a national award.