Looking forward to chatting again with Malcolm Boyden today around 11.10 on his BBC Hereford & Worcester morning programme – discussing the disappearing ‘at Home’ dinner parties…. HOPE NOT!!
Discussing On BBC Radio Scotland’s Morning Programme with Rona Dougall
Top tips of Pregnancy Etiquette
Today at 12.40 approx Advising
Allison Fern on her BBC Radio Sussex & BBC Radio Surrey’s coverage tomorrow, 3rd Oct. on the Duke & Duchess of Sussex’s First Royal visit to Sussex. (Chichester, Bognor Regis & Brighton’s Royal Pavilion). How ‘Prim & Proper’ should Allison be? Perhaps for starters, she should perfect the art of closing her Rolls-Royce door?? Hopefully Megan will get to visit those famous Brighton secret tunnels!!
Interesting discussion on Yahoo TV’s ROYAL BOX showing LIVE from 12 noon today Friday 28th Sept on how the Duchess of Sussex is doing… to see hit
Also this a.m.
BBC Radio Wales 09.05 approx chatting to Frances Donovan on ‘Tatoos’ …. ! Then rushing to get my Eagle done!!!
Discussing SHOCK HORROR’ the
Duchess of Sussex closing her car door!!!!! At approx 07.45 this morning 27th Sept., on BBC Radio Foyle, with presenters Elaine McGee and Sean O’Halloranon on their Radio Foyle morning show.
So? Where are all the door closers when you need one????
Chatting with charismatic Malcolm Boyden on
BBC Hereford & Worcestershire at noon tomorrow Tuesday 18th Sept. Re: who has the right to dictate Social Behaviour & manners! Referring to: This article by Dr Kirsty Sedgman.
Hmm!!!! Perhaps this Orangutang??
Speaking this morning at around 09.07 to
Elliot Web on BBC Hereford & Worcester morning show concerning LATENESS. ALSO Danny Kelly after 11.00am on BBC WM – Discussing more specifically my client, from years ago, Richard Branson’s tweet. Perhaps the old saying “people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones” might be apt….. needless to say Virgin Group declined to comment!!
Talking this morning to Andrew Peach on
BBC Berkshire around 08.40am, on the subject of giving up your seat on public transport to a fellow passenger in need. Are we becoming increasingly inconsiderate?