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Clive, Nat and Liv present their own unique take on the world according to their own generations. Clive is a "Baby Boomer" who was a teenager in the late 1960s and early 1970s and Liv and Nat are "Millennials" so teenagers in the 21st Century. Each week they try to identify the differences and similarities of being a young adult now and in the past. Plus they introduce each other to the music of their youth and all the time in between.
 
The Parents' Show was launched in October 2010 by local parents from St Albans with the aim of providing parents or anyone who cares for kids with up-to-date information and resources on the issues that matter to them. The show is broadcast live every Thursday evening from 8-9pm. Each week, we select a theme, as suggested by one of our listeners, and each week we get a top expert in the studio responding to listener questions and concerns. We also discuss local resources available to parents ...
 
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Richard Lafford is part of a group hoping to Change the World Through Music. He talks about where their inspiration comes from and where you can hear them play.And Kate and Gail are part of the hard working team whose ambition to have a proper community hub in the heart of Cottonmill is at last coming to fruition. Hear about how it will help the lo…
 
Ben is the head of youth development at Clarence Park with The Saints. He talks to Clair Graham about their inclusive approach to football, the 50th anniversary of the club and the excitement building for the first round of the FA Cup on Sunday 7th November.Bởi Radio Verulam
 
Verulam in the Morning's Nick Hazell has been counting down to COP with a series of interviews where he's learnt from knowledgeable local people how to take 16 steps to reduce his carbon footprint. In this podcast we hear what's made an impression on him and whether he's felt inspired to make any changes to the way he lives.…
 
Back in August, Rothamsted Research was granted permission by Defra to run a series of field trials of wheat that has been genome edited, and, very soon, that wheat will be planted. This will be the first trial of its kind in the UK or EU.Project Leader Professor Nigel Halford explains what makes this wheat special and how it might make our toast s…
 
This week's Parents' Show continues the theme of last week's show on Covid vaccination for 12-15 year-olds, as we speak to local GP Dr Alison Cowan about the myths currently circulating. We also speak to Jessica Smith from our sponsors Rayden Solicitors about how to progress a career in the Legal profession and recent changes to the process for stu…
 
The Remarkable World of Trees is a beautiful and fascinating new exhibition at St.Albans Museum and Art Gallery.It’s the brain child of local tree enthusiast and author of the sell out book, the Remarkable Trees of St.Albans, Kate Bretherton, who, in this week’s show, talks about the inspiration behind the exhibition, the wonderful people involved …
 
We don’t often dwell on the smelly world where everything we pour or stuff down our sinks, drains and toilets ends up, but in this week’s podcast we hear from Richard Leigh of Lanes Group, a company that spends a lot of time dealing with our drain based bad habits. Richard explains their yearly reminder to treat our drains with more respect, talks …
 
This week, we're talking about the covid vaccination.Vaccinations have opened up to 12–15-year-olds in the UK. How do our young people feel about that?Are they being sucked into anti-vaccination disinformation? We speak to Finn, Tara and Sarah from Verulam School, Beaumont School - St Albans and St George's School respectively. They talk us through…
 
In this podcast Clive discusses with Anna the delights of exploring your family history, which he thinks is mainly of interest to older people. His sister started finding out about his family when she was a teenager and Anna has asked her grandparents about their lives as a way of starting to do so as she is also interested. So proving Clive wrong!…
 
Whilst we know that there are good reasons for walking or cycling, with so many cars on the roads around here it can just feel too dangerous. But this could all change with a new agreement aimed at creating better cycling and walking networks in the DistrictWe'll hear from Cllr Chris White, leader and Chair of the Policy Committee at St.Albans Dist…
 
When local adventurer Isaac Kenyon decided on a challenge to try and protect the greenspace he loved, he didn't expect it to turn into an inspiring film making project.In this week's show Isaac talks about the amazing Pedal4Parks, and how you can help them in their quest.Bởi Amanda Yorwerth - Radio Verulam
 
Ian Allison's reaction to St Albans' 5—0 victory over Welling. Jack Metcalfe reflects on a London Colney home defeat. Steve Neville from St Albans City Youth discusses the club's 50th anniversary small sided tournament taking place this coming weekend in Highfield Park.Bởi Radio Verulam
 
Young people born in this century - Generation Z - are understandably concerned about the implications of Climate Change. Following the recent publication of the latest IPCC report on Climate Change Clive talks to Gen Z Anna about the implications for her and her generation and what she thinks they and everyone else should be doing about them.…
 
It is always a joy to speak to the charismatic Michael Wallace, 'Friend of the Show' and Co-Founder of Kickoff@3. He explains with his trademark passion about what will be a tremendous event Sunday 22nd August at the Warren Bromley for 'Finals Day' the culmination of a national Kickoff@3 football event! For more information on Kickoff@3 and the tre…
 
It is a pleasure to welcome back to Verulam Sport Podcasting Huma Abbasi from Active Luton. She discusses her amazing, albeit exhausting work 'Energising' our youngsters in their sporting programmes. Plus, Huma speaks passionately about how she is helping to encourage those with barriers to swimming to take that plunge. For more on the great work b…
 
It is a pleasure to welcome back to Verulam Sport the Head of Corporate Sponsorship for the Black Swimming Association Ed Accura. He discusses the GB success from Tokyo in the pool not least the phenomenal Alice Dearing who placed a creditable 19th in the 10km Marathon swim. In so doing Alice was the first Black Swimmer to represent team GB and Ed …
 
It was a pleasure to catch up with 'Friend of the show' Sanjeev Mehta from Krav Maga Defence Tactics. He explains about the powerful confidence enriching skills this direct Martial Art can provide and how he is teaching such vital skills to schools in our area. For more information check out www.kmdt.co.uk…
 
It is a pleasure to welcome to Verulam Sport Podcasting the Chairman of the 948 Sports Foundation Sandy Bell. Since their inception in 2001 this amazing organisation have donated well over £300,000 in grants to individuals, groups and institutions. Sandy explains that if you are seeking some additional funding support and indeed you are involved in…
 
Back in July it was a pleasure to catch up with a trio of intrepid 'Eco-Warriors' who completed a unique challenge cycling the length and breadth of the country, not only that famous Lands End to John O'Groats but inclusive of the treacherous Orkney Isles and Isle of Scilly. To learn all about it listen up to Isaac Kenyon, Alex Pierrot and Lukas Ha…
 
Saving the planet can take many forms – from setting out on an eco pilgrimage to just spending less time in the shower.Hannah Eves explains why young people are joining an eco pilgrimage relay passing through St.Albans and Jane Bellard sheds light on why we need to Save Our Streams, even in a soggy summer.To find out more about the eco pilgrimage t…
 
Trees are an asset for every street – for the environment, our health and even increase the value of the houses. Hear how Kingsbury Avenue residents have negotiated the hurdles for more trees on their street and Peter has tips to share.Plus, spurred on by alarming recent severe weather events, Nigel from St.Albans Extinction Rebellion explains prot…
 
Could learning how to work with nature be the secret to success in your garden?Rothamsted PhD student, Tessa, shares her findings about beneficial soil bacteria and artificial fertilizer, and Steve Shelley of Earthworks explains how they keep the pests at bay in a holistic way sticking to organic principles.You can read about more findings from Rot…
 
Verulam Sports are delighted to welcome to you one of the stars from St Albans Hockey club who is also a remarkable author. FJ Campbell discusses her creative process and enthuses about her great book available now from all good book stores 'No Number 9.'Bởi Radio Verulam
 
It is always a pleasure to chat rugby with the scholar of the game which is the 'Voice of the OA's' Brian Quinn. He provides his insights ahead of the First Test British Lions Vs South Africa. A great result from the men from the Northern Hemisphere and as always Brian is on the money with his thoughts.…
 
Verulam Sport are delighted to welcome back from the Verulamian's Rugby club Jack Hegarty and Joe Breeze. The pair give their views ahead of the First test for the British Lions against South Africa. This test was won by the Lions and these guys clearly know their rugby onions! Plus, we learn about how those super V's have been benefitting from som…
 
Verulam Sport is delighted to introduce you to Andy Helme. He is from Ride 25 and 1 more child, both of which are using the power of cycling to offer opportunities and hope to so many right around the world. Truly inspiring stuff, enjoy!Bởi Radio Verulam
 
Verulam Sport are delighted to welcome to you to the Head of Awesomeness for Try Times Kid Rugby Jane Gomez. She explains how awesome it is to be involved with this great organisation offering youngsters a great chance to get active and experience Rugby often for the very first time in a fun and engaging manner. Plus, our youngsters in St Albans an…
 
Verulam Sport are delighted to welcome you to Sonia Sophia Randev. She is Britains first fully licensed female Asian Boxing Manager and she has such fantastic insights into the 360 business of the fight game. Plus learn more about Sonia's involvement in the 'No Means No' campaign.Bởi Radio Verulam
 
The journey to a Wilder St.Albans has started and Heidi Carruthers of Herts and Middx Wildlife Trusts wants your help finding spaces with potential to become better for wildlifeYou can nominate a space near you to become wilder on the Wilder Spaces page of the Wilder St.Albans websiteWe also hear about a well deserved win for Danni Jefferson of Jef…
 
It’s the last Parents’ Show this Thursday before we all spend the summer holidays with our children. In this episode we speak to Chris Gomez From TryTime Rugby St Albans about rugby for kids and Heather Birt from Baby College Mid-Herts about some of the key baby development insights they cover with parents at the Baby College, and how they have ada…
 
We spoke to David Bevan from Best Theatre Arts about how the past 18 months have been and their exciting plans for the summer #BestFest and #Olympiaganza. Then in the second part we spoke to Lehna Gardiner from Rayden Solicitors here in #StAlbans about Collaborative Law - a positive and constructive approach to divorce. Sponsored by Rayden Solicito…
 
Verulam Sports Tony Rice is rather looking forward to being at The Warren this coming Sunday for a bonanza Kickoff@3 event. No doubt some high octane action on the pitch and some big names lending their support from the sidelines. Friend of the show and Kickoff@3 Co-Fonder Michael Wallace gives us all the big news ahead of this. He is joined by the…
 
Having drawn a blank saving the former Butterfly World site, Butterfly World 2.0 are creating butterfly friendly areas further afield. Lindsay McRea explains what they’re up to and how you can help take the ‘take the pulse of the natural world’ with this year’s Big Butterfly Count.Butterfly World 2.0 welcome new volunteers. You can get in touch via…
 
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