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The Morning Show
Monday to Friday, A different Presenter each day
Includes the Gardening Times, Modern Mindfulness, Interviews
and Local Information and of course the very best music
for your mid-mornings
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A New Voice for Monday’s Tea Time
Lily Grace James has taken over the Good Vibrations Show
that airs at 4pm on Monday afternoon and is the show aimed to make you smile. Join Lily for 2 hours of great music and uplifting segments.
Good Vibrations features music from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, all of the most uplifting soul and funk aswell as The 80’s Zone and Artists Corner- where each week we celebrate a different artist who’s music we find uplifting and powerful. There are also some great segments in Good Vibrations including; uplifting fun facts, a good news story of the week and the power of positivity! Join Lily on Monday Afternoons 4-6pm and give your week an upbeat start!
KIDS TIME WITH KIRA, from 11am every Sunday specifically for young Patients and children and is packed with Latest Chart Music, Disney, Pop and Fun Tracks presented by Kira Hughes. hear your favourite song,or text 07519694698 or call 01214714774. Young Patients in the
Good Hope and Heartlands & Hospitals can call
FREE from the bedside units.
Kira will have details of the upcoming Little Mix Tour. Landing in Birmingham 20th & 21st May 2021
Weekdays @ 10:40am on BHBNradio
THE GARDENING TIMES
Background to The Gardening Times
The Gardening Times co-authored by the artist and author Dr. Angela Summerfield and her sister, the playwright Caroline Summerfield, takes a whimsical look at gardening and is inspired by their experience of creating a garden over the last five years at their North Gloucestershire home. It is written very much with the hospital listener in mind, creating each week a narrated walk through their garden as work progresses. The twenty broadcasted episodes are dramatisations of the first twenty issues of The Gardening Times, launched by the Summerfield sisters, to friends and family on Thursday 26th March 2020. It was created in direct response to COVID-19, with the aim of lifting everyone’s spirits during these challenging times. Now adapted for radio broadcast with full sound effects and music produced in conjunction with the
Natura Contemporary Theatre Company and the Reactor Factory Limited for patients and NHS staff in our Birmingham hospitals and audiences beyond, ‘We hope that you derive as much pleasure from listening to them as we have from writing them.’
Born and brought up in Liverpool, England, with grand parents of both Irish and Welsh heritage, Ellie was surrounded by a rich tapestry of voices all through her childhood. Little wonder that she has become an award winning voice over and radio actor – gaining the coveted Norman Beaton Award for BBC Radio Drama in 2017. She has appeared in many a Radio 4 afternoon play and has recorded for the Archers and The World Service. Ellie is also a regular contributor to Big Finish and their very diverse productions of audio dramas of Dr Who and Torchwood.
Dr. Angela Summerfield
Angela is a contemporary landscape painter and writer with a particular interest in trees and, of course, gardening! Her paintings are in private UK and international collections. In 2014 she relocated, with her sister, Caroline, from London to the rural surroundings of North Gloucestershire. She is currently working on several art exhibitions and publications, which celebrate our shared connections with Nature.
Caroline is the artistic director and resident playwright of the Natura Contemporary Theatre Company. Her plays include The Manuscript and Myself and Other Parts, Finborough Theatre London, A Berlin Christmas for the Gatehouse Theatre Highgate London, The Tree Charter Tapestry and Jane Austen and the Cheltonians, Everyman Theatre Cheltenham and Four Characters Have Fun?, Birmingham REP. Her plays have been long and shortlisted for national competitions, including the Bruntwood and she was a finalist for the Terence Rattigan Prize. Her West End debut play was Chasing Ibsen and her play Jane Austen and the Cheltonians resumes its UK tour in 2021.