On this week’s Best of the Guests we featured the following of Phoenix FM’s highlights:-
Sam Callahan was on Sunday Lunch with Tony Smith.
Sam told us about how he is coping with life at the moment. Sam has been busy, releasing his latest track “Something to Prove” during lockdown.
To listen again, go to the Sunday Lunch page at this link.
One of the many guests Michelle Ward has had recently on Eat My Brunch is Lisa Whymark. Lisa runs the Daily Bread Cafe at St Peter’s Church in Hutton.
The group is seeing an increase in the number of people finding themselves at crisis point at this time, needing food and other items urgently.
For more information and to listen to the interview in full, head over to the link at the Eat My Brunch showpage.
Scott Ross features local historian Margaret Mills on One 2 Three. They spoke about St Mary’s Church in Widford, discussing its connections with Hylands House.
Head over to the Bygones and Essex Tales page to listen again to the interview.
Every week here on Phoenix FM, Michelle speaks to a representative from Brentwood Borough Council. This week, Council Leader Chris Hossack discussed a number of topics and will continue to do so during these difficult times.
For more information, and to listen to what Chris and Michelle discussed in full, Head over to the link on the Eat My Brunch showpage.
Stewart Pink, on One 2 Three this week, spoke to Leanne Burke, Ashley Deane, Ian Jones, Paul Yates and Adam Parrish about a brand new charity single they had written and recorded together despite isolation – and never having met in person.
The single they recorded is called “Save Our Heroes” and was formed out of the collaboration now known as Musicians Together.
To listen again and to donate, or to find out more, click here.
On the best of the Guests show this week we also featured an interview that Nadia Harding had on this weekend’s Saturday Brunch.
Nadia spoke to Sasa Elebea. Sasa is an illustrator and entrepreneur who empowers women through digital art.
To listen to the interview and to find out more, head over to the link on Nadia’s showpage.
Another recent interview Michelle Ward had on Eat My Brunch was with Rev Patrick Sherring. They discussed how Patrick found faith or rather, as you will hear by clicking the link below, how faith found him.
The Phoenix FM cricket show, 98 Not Out, is keeping us going with our fix of cricket without a ball being bowled. This week Brett and Darren spoke to Andrew Gallant about seniors cricket in Essex and England. They also had actor Vas Blackwood and commentator Mark Church on the programme.
On Eat My Brunch Michelle spoke to retired DCI Paul Maleary, who spoke about Ex Job Community volunteers This is an organisation who harness the skills of former police and military across the UK in order to support the communities they live in. Their volunteers are there to assist with shopping or talking over the phone.
To find out more and to listen to the interview click the following:-
The Phoenix FM programme for Leyon Orient fans is still going strong as a podcast and has some high profile guests of late. On Best of the Guests this week we featured just a snippet of Andy Gilson’s recent chat with Darren Purse. You don’t have to be an Orient fan to find this interview interesting as Darren was very honest about his 25 year career highs and lows. To listen to the podcast in full click here.
The Best Of The Guests in on Phoenix FM every Thursday evening from 10 until midnight.