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Clive, Nat and Liv present their own unique take on the world according to their own generations. Clive is a "Baby Boomer" who was a teenager in the late 1960s and early 1970s and Liv and Nat are "Millennials" so teenagers in the 21st Century. Each week they try to identify the differences and similarities of being a young adult now and in the past. Plus they introduce each other to the music of their youth and all the time in between.
 
The Parents' Show was launched in October 2010 by local parents from St Albans with the aim of providing parents or anyone who cares for kids with up-to-date information and resources on the issues that matter to them. The show is broadcast live every Thursday evening from 8-9pm. Each week, we select a theme, as suggested by one of our listeners, and each week we get a top expert in the studio responding to listener questions and concerns. We also discuss local resources available to parents ...
 
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Some fabulous gift ideas from St Francis hospice that are great for the planet, raise money for a great cause and would be gorgeous to receive.The gifts discussed, including the pre-loved book subscription can be found hereIn the picture you can see book expert, Mark, who carefully selects the books for the gift book subscription.…
 
The women’s group Soroptimist International St Albans and District held a lively debate with an expert panel, broadcast live on Radio Verulam 92.6FM, at The Maltings Arts Theatre,St Albans. This event marked the United Nations International Women’s Day 2017 This event was chaired by business expert and academic Roma Bhowmick and included: Jenny Bro…
 
Anna turned 18 earlier this year so she discusses with Clive some of the things that are different now she is officially an adult. They consider role models for 18 year olds and some of the things she can do and is looking forward to in future. Clive can’t really remember when he was 18!על ידי Radio Verulam
 
A specially-recorded program from the finale of the Mayor's pride Awards 2017 from St Michael's Manor in St Albans, where the winners of all 8 categories and special awards were announced by Councillor Frances Leonard, the Mayor of the City and District of St Albans. The annual Mayor’s Pride Awards celebrate community champions by recognising the s…
 
Have a listen to interviews with local businesses supporting the St Albans Museum Trust fundraiser recently at The Alban Arena. We chatted to Morgan Howell from Supersize Art, Paul Murray from The Phoenix Barber Co, Eddie & Dave from Empire Records, Andy Kilvington - one of the organisors & Mike Grey from The St Albans Museum Trust PLUS we chatted …
 
It's not often we get nominated for an award, so we're delighted to be up for two! Back in November 2016, the city of St Albans went FA Cup crazy as The Saints were drawn at home to League Division 2 team Carlisle in the first round proper of the FA Cup. A sell-out crowd watched as St Albans City FC more than held their own, the final 3-5 scoreline…
 
A story of the bravery and horror of ordinary people from St Albans in the First World War. "The Old Fighting Cocks" is a radio play produced in association with St Alban's Company of Ten. The recently produced and recorded play is based on the fictional exploits of a group of local soldiers going off to fight in the First World War. Written by Mia…
 
Radio Verulam broadcast from this year's Hertfordshire County Show in May on both the Saturday and Sunday, interviewing many exhibitors and visitors to what is the largest annual event in the County. This Podcast contains some of the highlights of our programmes over that weekend featuring many of our regular presenters and reporters ably supported…
 
Radio Verulam broadcast from this year's Hertfordshire County Show in May on both the Saturday and Sunday, interviewing many exhibitors and visitors to what is the largest annual event in the County. This Podcast contains some of the highlights of our programmes over that weekend featuring many of our regular presenters and reporters ably supported…
 
Harpenden's Christmas Carnival held on Sunday 25th November this year is one of the largest Christmas events in Hertfordshire with up to 20,000 people attending. The Carnival included the Farmers' Market, stalls selling Christmas gifts, food & drinks and a Carnival parade of floats. Plus of course the all important Lights being turned on! Jonny Sea…
 
In this PodCast you can listen to the highlights from this year's Mayor's Pride Awards held at St Michael's Manor Hotel in St Albans on Tuesday 12th March 2019. The Awards celebrate the work of local community organisations, businesses and individuals who help make our City such a wonderful place in which to live and work. The event was hosted by R…
 
The Radio Verulam Poet Jake Borrett Jake popped into visit Jonny on Sunday morning. Sadly we had a few technical issues on our FM feed but the show did go out online. If you missed Jake, check out the podcast here. Jake shared some poetry theme about St Albans and the forth coming festival. Jake read the poem by Sylvia Banham called 'St Albans Abbe…
 
Over 40 elderly people and their carers from our area got a great Summer treat with a day trip to Southend. Thanks to Corker cars and their drivers and support from Debenhams Ottaway and Holiday Inn Express, a great day was had by all. Hear the highlights of a very special programme broadcast from Southend by Radio Verulam. We hear everything from …
 
On Thursday 4th July 2019 the pupils of the St Albans Girls' School Radio Club produced and presented a 'backstage access all areas' podcast of STAGS Colours. STAGS in Colours is a diversity event organised by the staff and pupils containing dance, music and spoken word performances celebrating diversity. Listen, as the performers reflect on their …
 
It was an incredibly lively business networking session in July at Business Buzz at The Beech House in St Peters Street. We heard from businesses as varied as accountancy and invoice financing to photography and civil celebrants. Nick Hazell talks to local businesses and the St Albans Business Buzz organiser, Claire Boyles. Business Buzz meetings t…
 
Radio Verulam volunteers were invited to run a special morning presentation about radio at a Summer School at Roundwood Park School for some new Year 7 students who will be starting in September. We had great fun as did the students! After talking about Radio Verulam we showed them how to use portable recorders to do interviews and then how to edit…
 
The Good Morning St Albans team got together with the Cottonmill & Nunnery Allotment Association to explore the benefits of allotments and the effects of the River Ver development on the allotment for this National Allotment week special. Join Jonny Seabrook and Lady Jen as they explore the Cottonmill allotment with allotment holders Keith and Paul…
 
The annual Hertfordshire County Show is the largest event in the County with around 30,000 visitors over the weekend. It is held at the County Showground in Redbourn and this year as usual Radio Verulam presenters were there to interview some of the participants and visitors. So sit back and listen to get the sounds and flavours of this year' s Sho…
 
The 2019 St Albans Food and Drink Awards were held in the Assembly Rooms at the St Albans Museum and Gallery on the evening of 23 September 2019. The event celebrates the food and drink industry in the City and District. It was broadcast live on Radio Verulam and this PodCast includes the live broadcast plus interviews with the winners. The Awards …
 
Tim Boatswain, Professor of Anthropology and History, local resident and Chairman of the St Albans Civic Society talks about how humankind has developed, what shapes the way we are today and how we have evolved as a species. It is a complex and daunting subject, but Tim takes us through it in a digestible way and with fascinating examples.…
 
Tim Boatswain, Professor of Anthropology and History, local resident and Chairman of the St Albans Civic Society talks about the origin of tribalism, why it occurs and hpow it relates to the COVID-19 crisis. It is a complex subject, but Tim takes us through it in a digestible way and with some fascinating insights into the positives and negatives o…
 
Coming up on the podcast this week are: A few tips to help you through the Monday morning blues, Sunday Shoutouts and messages from listeners, and a chat with the actor and director Tim Hoyle, actors Matt Hughes Short, and Katherine Steed on their play 'Alligators'על ידי Radio Verulam
 
Coming up on the podcast this week are: A few tips to help you through the Monday morning blues, Sunday Shoutouts and messages from listeners, lockdown stories and a chat with CBT therapist and mindfulness teacher Natalie Englander.על ידי Radio Verulam
 
On this week's podcast I talk food & drink awards with Andre Lussman from Lussman's restaurants, and catch up with music man Tom Craven with a live gig from the Sunset Lounge raising money for the NHS and Coronavirus charities. Tips for Monday, Sunday Shoutouts follow as well and messages from the listeners. A vibrant mix of great guests and chat. …
 
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