Author Archives: Keith Rogers

Go green and save money!

Today’s guest was Tony Tiyou, who came in to speak about something that should make all businesses sit up and take notice – saving money!

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Tony is an expert in the field of Renewable Energy, having initially graduated in Mechanical Engineering and going on to obtain a triple Masters degree from Cranfield University (UK), Ecole Centrale de Lille (France) and Faculte Polytechnique de Mons (Belgium).

He qualified as a Domestic Energy Assessor from ABBE in 2009 and later trained in the European Energy Centre where he qualified as a Renewable Energy Expert. Tony is also a member of the Energy Managers Association (EMA).

Tony talks to Keith Rogers about how he can help businesses save money and how he spreads his knowledge in the field. You can hear the interview again below:

 
Tony regularly blogs on the subject at his website https://www.renewablesinafrica.com/ and you can find out more about how he can help businesses to develop a clean and sustainable energy strategy to save money at https://www.owango.com/.

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Sally Caitlin live in session

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Manchester singer/songwriter Sally Caitlin and her guitarist George paid us a visit on the way to her next London show!

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Sally talked about her songwriting and performing and also played three songs for us live which you can see again below:

You can find out more about Sally on her Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Soundcloud pages – and her official website.

If you’re quick you can catch her live tomorrow at the Old Queens Head in Islington (tickets here).

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Mullis and Peake’s Mock Employment Tribunal

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In recent years, anyone taking their employer to an Industrial Tribunal could have ended up paying a large fee. In July this year, these fees were scrapped which could lead to many more firms being dragged into lengthy and costly litigation. 

To help employers try to prevent these cases occurring In the first place, the legal firm Mullis and Peake have arranged a mock Employment Tribunal at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch on November 16th.

Real barristers, not actors, will be used during the tribunal to create as authentic a situation as possible. Mullis and Peake’s Manzural Islam visited the Phoenix FM studios to tell us more about this very useful project.

You can hear the interview again here:

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The Brentwood Business Showcase

Attention all Brentwood business people. Here’s something not to be missed- the Brentwood Business Showcase on November 1st. It’s an all-day event at Brentwood School and offers a number of different presentations from technology, marketing and business development  experts. We were visited today by Councillor Louise McKinlay who chatted about the attractions of this important event.

Louise

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My Feral Heart

Steven Brandon, the star of “My Feral Heart”, has just won the Best Actor category at the National Film Awards. No mean feat as had some formidable competition- Michael Fassbender, Daniel Radcliffe and Eddie Redmayne, to name but three. Recently, the director of the film, Jane Gull, chatted to Phoenix FM presenter Keith Rogers.

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