Glitter, gardening and mental gymnastics

On this week’s show we quickstepped our way from Strictly Come Dancing to Gardeners’ World, with Top of the Pops in between.

My guests were Lauren and John from Billericay Community Garden – a brilliant local endeavour aimed at helping people experience gardening in the community. They do really great work – from their monthly digging days, to corporate volunteering and have this year been recognised with a win in Billericay in Bloom. We also took the opportunity to put John (the Head Gardener) through his paces with some of your gardening questions…

Billericay Community Garden

Have a listen to my chat with John and Lauren below:

To find out more about Billericay Community Garden I suggest following them on facebook – @billericaycommunitygarden.

Elsewhere on the show we checked up on the entertainment news, looked ahead to Strictly this week and also played Headliner. And a good time was had by all! You can hear the whole show here:

All the tracks I played on the show are listed below:

Janet Jackson – Rhythm nation

Queen – We are the champions

Jennifer Lopez – On the floor

Headliner 1 -5

Paolo Nutini – Pencil full of lead

Spencer Davis Group – Keep on running

Wild Cherry – Play that funky music

Blue feat. Stevie Wonder – Signed, sealed, delivered

Skee Lo – I wish

Razorlight – The golden touch

The Beatles – Octopus’ garden

Zara Larsson – Lush life

Taylor Swift – Look what you made me do

Manfred Mann – Pretty Flamingo


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About Naomi Sayers

A recent immigrant to Essex, I was born and raised in West Sussex. I got into radio at university, where in my final year I presented three shows a week on the student station. After graduating I worked as a broadcast journalist in Scotland but then moved back to London to the call of a corporate career and couldn't find a radio station that would have me! That all changed when I moved to Billericay in March 2017. I took over presenting Feelgood Saturday a couple of months later and I haven't looked back since. I try and make it 120 minutes of positivity each week – it certainly cheers me up on a Saturday morning anyway!