Norwich Today with Mike Stonard
- Wednesday 12-2pm
16:53 minutes (38.63 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Adam Clark, the coordinator of the community advice network about Welfare Reform. Visit www.norfolkcan.org.uk for advice.
17:21 minutes (39.71 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Stephen Bett - the New Police and Crime Commissioner
15:33 minutes (35.61 MB)The Norwich Talks Feature associated with Living Norwich will speak to a member of the community once a month for the next year about their favourite things in Norwich. This month Phoebe O'Donnell and Roxanne Matthews talk to Trevor Abs at Age UK on Marion Street about the history of book binding and his love of maps.
14:45 minutes (33.76 MB)Mike Stonard talks to a Survivor of Domestic Abuse- as part of this week's White Ribbon Campaign
9:48 minutes (22.42 MB)The Norwich Talks Feature associated with Living Norwich will speak to a member of the community once a month for the next year about their favourite things in Norwich. This month Phoebe O'Donnell and Roxanne Matthews talk to Ray Loveday about his memory of St Benedict's Street from 1942.
11:52 minutes (27.16 MB)Mike Stonard talks to international guitarist Carlos Bonell about Classical guitar and his concert at The Norwich High School for Girls on Friday 23rd November at 7.45pm. Visit his website for tickets and more info http://queenguitarrhapsodies.com/
6:49 minutes (15.6 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Iain Temperton - County Council Casualty Reduction Mananger. The Norfolk County Council are launching a drive to recruit road safety volunteers.
11:54 minutes (27.25 MB)Mike Stonard talks to CEO of the Ormiston Children and Families Trust Geoff Prescott about exhibition Life Through a Lens - Gypsy Culture. From from Saturday 16th November until Saturday 22nd December. For more info visit www.ormistonlifethroughalens.org
Mike Stonard talks to Nigel Pickover- The new editor of the Evening News and the Eastern Daily Press
21:52 minutes (50.04 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Nigel Pickover- The new editor of the Evening News and the Eastern Daily Press.
11:59 minutes (27.43 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Maggie Wheeler from the new Norfolk & Suffolk NHS foundation trust about Wellbeing Wednesday. An event exploring emotional wellbeing, tips on how to reduce stress and hear from experts on all manner of health and wellbeing issues. On Wednesday 31st October from 1-7pm at the Forum.
17:34 minutes (40.2 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Lynn Botelho from the University of Indiana, Pennsylvania. Lynn is a historian who studies 17th century East Anglia.
17:39 minutes (40.4 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Glenn Hoy about the Best Bar None Scheme, apprenticeships and promotes the apprenticeship open day at the Forum tomorrow, the 20th, from 9am-4pm.
12:41 minutes (29.05 MB)Mike Stonard talks to Dave Hart from the Institute of Food Research about anosmia (losing your sense of smell) and is put to a taste test!
18:10 minutes (41.58 MB)Future Radio’s Mike Stonard interviews Heather Griffin, Deputy Director - Norwich Samaritans.
19:39 minutes (9 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Joy Beresford Frye and David Frost about the upcoming production of the "Mask of the Unknown Woman" which they are producing
12:24 minutes (5.68 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Kirsty Barlow from CCN about how Apprentiships could be a very attractive qualification
32:33 minutes (14.9 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Martin Warrell about historical geology walks through norwich, and learns about turning home brew beer into a business
11:51 minutes (5.43 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Penny Coult about food hygene and upcoming events from the FSA
19:03 minutes (8.72 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Billy and Annie from the National Youth Parliament and finds out about young peoples oppinions on politics, voting and many other aspects of the NYP
14:36 minutes (6.69 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Dr David Plume about Cancer Awareness for esophagus and gastric cancers.
18:14 minutes (8.35 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Wayne Sharp for Tourettes Awareness Month, discussing how it affected his life growing up and his hopes for the future
9:41 minutes (4.44 MB)
Mike Stonard speaks to Grant Nicholas of top intenational rock band Feeder, ahead of their appearance at Playfest 2012
16:06 minutes (7.37 MB)
Susanne Anderson Interviews Rebecca Stott for Wednesday Community Chest
13:41 minutes (6.27 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews James the Juggler / Fire Eater about life in circus training, the skills and how you can get started learning them.
23:42 minutes (54.24 MB)Pierce, aged 11, and his mum, Sam, speak to Mike Stonard about how Tourettes has made an impact on their lives, and the challenge that he has set for himself - the Tic Tastic Egg and Spoon Challenge (Diss Park, 3rd June). For more information on Tourettes Syndrome, visit www.tourettes-action.org.uk. To sponsor Pierce, please go to www.justgiving.com/Samantha-Watts3 All money raised will go to Tourettes Action.
13:07 minutes (6.01 MB)
Another chance to catch Mike Stonard's interview with Alan Champion, talking about beating his 50-a-day smoking habbit, and no smoking day
18:34 minutes (8.5 MB)
Another chance to catch Mike Stonard's interview with Maggie Wheeler from Wednesday 2st Community Chest
29:27 minutes (11.8 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to Liverpool's singer/songwriter Stephen Langstaff during his recent visit to Norfolk and Suffolk and Stephen plays several tracks live and unplugged
11:49 minutes (27.06 MB)Mike Stonard talk to Peter Andre about his upcoming show at the Royal Norfolk Showground and his ever expanding business ventures.
38:06 minutes (15.26 MB)
Mike Stonard talkes to James de Malplaquet, vocalist with Brighton indie chamber-pop band The Miserable Rich, ahead of their live performance at Blickling Hall on Halloween as part of a national tour. Features several tracks from their new CD, Miss You In The Days, which was released on Monday 31st October and was recorded at Blickling Hall and on the Blickling estate in Norfolk.
59:42 minutes (23.92 MB)
Lawrie Hallett talks to Richard Maun, author of "Job Hunting" and "How to Keep your Job"
31:14 minutes (12.52 MB)
Lawrie Hallett talks to Alicia from SEVA - the Sexual Violence Alliance
25:02 minutes (10.03 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to Christopher Simmons from Foodcycle Norwich about they use food discarded by supermarkets to provide nutritious meals to free of charge to needy local people
26:29 minutes (24.25 MB)
The Wherryman's Way Walk With Terry Lee - Part 3
In this installment, Terry and Nellie walk from Coldham Hall to Cantley.
25:46 minutes (10.33 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to Brendan Playford of Crush Foods, producer of a locally produced cold-pressed rapeseed oil, which in rich in Omega 3 and 6, has a very high boiling point and has been described as "Norfolk's answer to olive oil" - but with only half the fat content.
Norfolk County Records Office finds the Will of a Norfolk soldier who fought at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485
23:19 minutes (9.34 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to Dr John Alban of the Norfolk County Record Office about how a recently discovered 526 year old Will has enabled them to identify a soldier from Norfolk who fought in "The Wars of the Roses" at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. Dr Alban explains why the discovery is important and what it tells us about the role of Norfolk people in this defining point in English history.
Mike Stonard with actor, author, director, tv presenter, historian, political commentator and Monty Python member Terry Jones
30:15 minutes (12.12 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to actor, author, director, TV presenter, historian, political commentator and Monty Python member Terry Jones about his career, his views on history and politics, his latest children's books and, of course, Monty Python!
32:53 minutes (13.17 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to Blur's Dave Rowntree, now a lawyer and political campaigner, and then they are joined by Will Bowden, author of a new book "We're In The Band"
13:18 minutes (5.33 MB)
Mike Stonard reports on Norfolk Mental Health Awareness Week 2011
20:53 minutes (8.37 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to Dr John Alban, County Archivist, about a set of unique hospital records from the 13th century that have received international recognition
47:05 minutes (18.86 MB)
Mike Stonard in discussion with David Ford, local Chairperson of Amnesty International, on the occasion of their 50th Anniversary
26:12 minutes (10.5 MB)
Mike Stonard learns about the thousands of child refugees from the Basque region of Spain who came to Britain and Norfolk during the Spanish Civil War of the 1930's from Clive Wilkins Jones from the Norfolk Museums Service
13:18 minutes (5.33 MB)
Mike Stonard at the Mental Health Awareness Day in Norwich and speaking to some of the organisers and some young users of local mental health services about mental health and young people.
10:27 minutes (4.19 MB)
At the start of National Volunteering Week, Mike Stonard talks to Mike Gale of Volunteering England about the contribution of volunteers to our society and communities, why so many people do it, and where you can find out more about local volunteering opportunities.
39:34 minutes (15.85 MB)
Jan and Mike talk to Norman and Rosemary from the Friends of Norfolk Dialect.
21:37 minutes (8.66 MB)
Ged Bailes, a Consultant from the Norvic Clinic in Norwich, discusses the nature of personality disorders and forensic psychiatry services as part of a series of features on a range of mental health issues and services.
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10:42 minutes (19.6 MB)
Mike Stevens visits the Inspire Discovery centre in Norwich and talks to Alex Minns about the exhibits.
Podcast Editor: Paul Buller
If you want to know more about Matt Watson and 'The Fugative Painters' on their My Space and Facebook pages. The benefit GiG mentioned, in the interview with Paul Buller, is at 'The Brickmakers' on the 26th April. and features Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls from 'The Wonder Stuff'.
Information on the Inspire centre can be found on their webpage inspirediscoverycentre.com
19:08 minutes (35.03 MB)
Matt Watson plays in the band 'The Fugative Painters' and is taking part in a charity event to raise money for his 'Soundwaves Project' which helps people with communication difficulties.
Podcast includes a track from the band.