Norwich Today with Tim Macwilliam
- Monday 12-2pm
Join Tim MacWilliam every Monday for a mix of lively debate, topics and guests.
21:58 minutes (20.11 MB)Jasmine talks to the Norwich Dandies about Dandifest; taking place from 28th April - 10 May 2014.
15:36 minutes (14.28 MB)Tim speaks to Beth Moseley from A Curious Wedding Fair
22:00 minutes (30.22 MB)
Pete Goodrum speaks to Tim MacWilliam about his book The Norfolk Broads Biography, a historical account of the Broads.
7:53 minutes (7.22 MB)
UEA student brings meaning and poetics to the tweet
8:47 minutes (20.1 MB)
UEA continues to re-define approach to language as language degrees decline
7:24 minutes (6.8 MB)
UEA students lay down arms with new arm wrestling society
9:48 minutes (22.44 MB)
St. Laurence Church morphs into creative space
15:53 minutes (36.38 MB)David Newton talks to Karen Buchanan from Carers Helpline as part of Carer's Week from the 10th - 14th June. Visit http://www.norfolkcarersinfo.org.uk/en for more info or call 08088089876.
20:53 minutes (47.81 MB)Tim MacWilliam talks to Michael Innes the architect behind Norwich’s Castle Mall about controversial plans to alter the outside design. For more information please go to http://michaelinnes.moonfruit.com
25:54 minutes (23.71 MB)
James Shelton Norfolk FA Marketing and Communications Manager, talks to Future Radio’s Tim MacWilliam on the Norwich Today show to discuss the FDC (Football Development Centre) – it’s recent history, developments that have been funded at the centre and the playing opportunities they offer.
Listen out on Future Radio for more FDC news and offers.
14:59 minutes (34.32 MB)Tim MacWilliam talks to Danny Norman and Carla Potter about Norwich and Mulbarton's 5k Parkrun. For more info visit http://www.parkrun.org.uk/norwich/.
14:11 minutes (32.47 MB)Tim MacWilliam talks to runner up and winner of Miss Universe Norfolk. For more info visit: http://missuniversenorfolk.co.uk/
8:18 minutes (18.99 MB)
Ormiston Children & Families Trust is having a carol concert on the Sandringham Estate on Thursday (13th), and Ronan Parke, star of Britain's Got Talent and Framingham Earl High School student, is going to be singing at the event. Future Radio's Mike Stonard caught up with Ronan on the phone, and after the interview Future Radio's Tim MacWilliam played Ronan's new single: 'Not Alone This Christmas'.
23:39 minutes (54.13 MB)
Tim MacWilliam talks with Future Radio's Forrest McMean and Tammy Clarke from
Nuffield Health & Wellbeing about their partnership for getting Forrest fit & ready for the 2013 Norwich Triathlon.
Forrest Will be competing in the 2013 Norwich Sprint Triathlon in order to raise funds for Future Radio, and Nuffield have agreed to get in him in shape.
Tim MacWilliam talks to the Independent Candidate for the PCC elections- Stephen Bett and "running mate" Jenny McKibben
21:26 minutes (49.06 MB)Tim MacWilliam talks to the Independant Candidate for the PCC elections- Stephen Bett and "running mate" Jenny McKibben
Tim MacWilliam talks to Jamie Athill - Local Conservative candidate for the Police & Crime Commissioner elections.
18:45 minutes (42.9 MB)Tim MacWilliam talks to Jamie Athill - Local Conservative candidate for the Police & Crime Commissioner elections on Thursday 15th November.
14:28 minutes (6.63 MB)
Tim Mac William Interviews The Lord Mayor and Sheriff on Community Chest from the 9th July
17:34 minutes (8.05 MB)
Tim Mac William interviews Mark Scott Isen about story telling and sneaks in a short tale of his own
24:50 minutes (11.37 MB)
Tim Mac William interviews Marie Wilson about The Little Shop of Horrors
13:40 minutes (9.39 MB)
Sport relief was attended by more than two thousand people in Nowich including Tim MacWilliam and David Newton.
Here is a flavour of the day before the race outside the Forum, during and afterwards at the finishing line at chapelfield Gardens including the after race activities
We hear from the Lord Mayor of Norwich; Steve Bumfrey, Chris Goreham, some competitors on a space hopper and an out of breath Tim MacWilliam
20:40 minutes (47.31 MB)Phil Armes interviews Marina Prentoulis on the modernisation of journalism.
11:48 minutes (10.81 MB)
18:26 minutes (16.88 MB)
Mike Stonard Interviews Sue Brody on the Digital Switchover giving you all the infomation you need on how the Switchover Help Scheme can help you or a friend make the switch.
26:54 minutes (24.63 MB)
The Wherryman's Way Walk With Terry Lee - Part 1
In this installment, Terry and Nellie walk from Norwich Train Station to Whitlingham Country Park
7:32 minutes (1.73 MB)Tim MacWilliam interviews Jo Hemmings about the launch of Red Riding Hood and the Vampire Diaries
18:55 minutes (34.64 MB)Tim Macwilliam talks to Scott and James, members of the band The-Colour talk about their new charity release for The Bryan Gunn Leukaemia Appeal intitled 'Who Are Ya!' to suit the theme. They say it's a 'Norfolk song for the Norfolk people and a Norfolk club.'
13:41 minutes (15.66 MB)
Active Norfolk Fit 4 Work Corporate Games 2011 Podcast
30:54 minutes (14.15 MB)Adam Aiken joins Tim MacWilliam with his regular advice feature for getting the best of your personal finance and avoiding the pitfalls Running time 35 minutes - First broadcast 18th April 2011
35:24 minutes (16.21 MB)Adam Aiken joins Tim MacWilliam with his regular advice feature for getting the best of your personal finance and avoiding the pitfalls Running time 35 minutes - First broadcast 28th March 2011
39:24 minutes (18.04 MB)
Adam Aiken joins Tim MacWilliam with his regular advice feature for getting the best of your personal finance and avoiding the pitfalls
Topics included in this podcast are identity theft and Adam's prediction on interest rate rises in 2011
Running time 40 minutes - First broadcast 21st February 2011
Community Chest Guests:
Standing in for Tim McWilliam, with help from Hayley and Neil, it was a packed programme with no fewer than six guests. Details of each and contact information etc. are given below:
Lawrie Hallett, Monday 24th January 2011.
Emma Ferris - Running the London Marathon:
We chat to Olympic athlete Paul Elliot, Plan our holidays with William Thompson, Richard shows us how to get the best out of our computers and Paul Tholen on how to improve the NHS plus we give away tickets to Norwich v Millwall this Monday from 10
31:07 minutes (14.25 MB)
Elvis visits the studio for a chat with Tim MacWilliam and sing requests for Future Radio listeners
22nd December 2010
Recent guest Mark Fitch from a local law firm has released a video and tune That's Mediation which you can view here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL-cdcpu7Ms first heard on 29th November 2010 on Future Radio
This Monday from 10am -
A new kids educational Christmas DVD has been released we speak to the producers Jezz and Julianne Wright on why they feel a lot of kids DVD releases do a disservice to our youngsters
A drag act who have come up with an adult only pantomime "Sinderella" (we have tickets to give away) will bring their special brand of humour to the studio
Jess Tyson tells us about health and well being with her work at the local YMCA
40:00 minutes (16.02 MB)
Tim Macwilliam speaks to Tom Buckham about Future radio and what his plans are for the Future. Questions sent in by listeners of the station.
18:16 minutes (7.32 MB)The Publisher of the new Norwich Magazine talks to Tim Macwilliam about the magazine content and where you can buy it from.
38:55 minutes (15.59 MB)Tim Macwilliam speaks to Paul McVeigh, an ex-city player, and Tosin about the Think Training Consultancy course they are holding on December 18th this year. They spoke about their lectures across the world and things that you can expect from the course.
This Monday between 10am and 1pm we have Paul McVeigh in the studio talking life after football and Norwich City v Crystal Palace tickets to give away
Plus Anthony Denny editor of The Norwich Magazine drops in; Paul Tholen with his regular business focus and David Powles back from Honeymoon with the local news
20:08 minutes (13.82 MB)
The Steeplechase Mucky Races come to Norfolk at the end of October. Offering a fun but challenging 5k or 10k race over jumps and water hazards. Ian and Sally chat about the event and how its helping the NSPCC
Send in a short spooky story for Halloween and win tickets to the Norwich Ghost walk 2010. The story can be as short or long as you like; made of or based on a tenuous true story send entries to firstname.lastname@example.org - The winner will be announced 25th October
20:37 minutes (14.16 MB)
Its almost Halloween and Richard McGreevy is back as The Man in Black. Here he gives a fascinating insight into his ghost walks and true tales including plus own experiences of unusual happenings
October means Halloween isn't far away and the Norwich ghost tours start up again so we chat with spooky man Richard McGreevy; Fancy running ten thousand metres over jumps and through freezing water ... for fun? Then discover how you can enter this Monday; Plus .... Black History Month; Attleborough Youth Project; a look back at Norwich City's match at Bristol City and the latest DVD releases with Stuart Preston
16:28 minutes (13.19 MB)
Employees from a local Company -Helen Smith, Tim Gregory and Andy Chase decided to raise awareness and money for a rare lung disorder NSIP after Tim was diagnosed with the condition. Here they talk with Tim MacWilliam about the disorder and plans for the walk
24:30 minutes (11.22 MB)
Richard Dix from Positive Computing gives advice on keeping your PC virus free and how to get the best out of home computing. We also discover why most people prefer Broadband to a Washing Machine
36:07 minutes (16.54 MB)
Adam Aiken chats with Tim MaWilliam on a variety of topics including how liable you are when a credit card is stolen, the best use of all those spare coins and how to check your own credit rating plus a variety of questions from listeners
First broadcast 16th August 2010
31:21 minutes (14.36 MB)
Adam Aiken personal finance writer for the EDP joins Tim MacWilliam to discuss choosing the right bank account, the pitfalls of insurance, changing up old currency and how to avoid the hike in VAT. Adam also fields listeners
Hear Adam every month on Community Chest exclusive to Future Radio
This Monday we get the low down from Lawrie Hallett on getting the best signal on our new 107.8fm frequency; Vickie Hall from Active Norfolk gives us the results from the corporate games, just how well did Team Future do last Friday? News on how you can enter a team to the Platinum Charity Rugby Sevens; Sharon Penszor on holidays in the U.K including Hi De Hi Holiday Camps and its Bike to Work week we find out how you can get a free breakfast and a check up on your two wheels while your there ..... also we say good bye to Laura as she makes her last appearance on Future Radio
21:40 minutes (14.89 MB)Steve Emmens, UKIP candidate for Norwich South, talks to Tim MacWilliam about his election campaign.