I was pleased today to welcome back Brian Hughes from Shenfield based solicitors, RAINER HUGHES.
In recent weeks Brian has been looking at the knotty issues regarding tenancy issues and leading on from this, today Brian looked at the pros and cons of going into the property market as a landlord.
He initially ran through what that entails before looking once more at the position from the perspective of the potential tenant.
Listen again here tho all that Brian had to say on this subject: –
Keeping loosely to a legal brief, in the second hour we reported on an incident which occurred just over a week ago in St Ives Cambridgeshire, where it seems police are intent on tracking down and prosecuting a motorist who “thoughtlessly” drove through a puddle soaking a mother and her two children.
Noting that police close to where I live reportedly did not have the manpower available to investigate a break in involving the theft of some £20,000 worth of jewellery, it’s good to know they have their priorities right in at least some parts of the country!
The past week has seen some amazing allegations reportedly contained in a new book about the workings of the current incumbent of the WHITE HOUSE.
And before that we saw some rather undiplomatic tweets from said incumbent aimed at his North Korean counterpart concerning the size of their buttons and whether or not they work.
Now that aforementioned recent book asserts that, fearing that someone might try to poison him – (who on earth would want to do that?) –Mr Trump likes to eat food from McDonalds because he knows it is freshly cooked.
It seems that this revelation was too much for rival fast food company, KFC who have now joined the fray and taken a pop at Mc Donalds saying that someone should tell Ronald, the leader of that red nosed regime that whilst Ronald says he has a burger on his desk at all times, they have one in a box which is bigger and more powerful and also contains gravy!
So is it a case of the Colonel, Ronald and burgers at dawn?
Will mushrooms be on the menu and what might the fall out be?
Watch this space and take cover!
Being a Tuesday, Margaret Mills joined me in the second hour of the show to describe the scene when QUEEN VICTORIA opened Epping Forest on Saturday May 6th 1882.
You can listen again here to what Margaret had to say about this event: –
Maybe you’ve been partying over the past couple of weeks and if so, you may be feeling that it’s time to return to normality.
But I bet whatever you’ve been up to you won’t have matched the boozy antics of a group of students over in Maryland who got so “out of it” that when police raided their party, they were shocked to find that even the air in the room where the party was being held registered on their breathalysers as being intoxicated, if not quite over the limit!
Now that’s going some.
But well under the limit was Margaret Mills who returned today with news of the poet, John Clare, who whilst not hailing from Essex, spent many years in High Ongar.
You can listen again here to what Margaret told me today: –
I was really excited today to be able to present two solid hours dedicated specifically to the music and artists that were served up from the HITSVILLE STUDIOS of TAMLA MOTOWN, which were originally located in Detroit.
Here is a list of all the 35 tracks we managed to squeeze into today’s show: –
And if you missed it listen to it all once more by going to the following link: – All the best,