In conversation with Sally Pepper on BBC Radio Derby’s Mid morning tomorrow, around 12.30pm. It appears some still need to know the whys and wisdom of giving on St Valentine’s Day…. I grew up at a time when Valentine cards were a delightful mystery. At least had postmarks which helped! I’m still curious as to who sent me the first class ticket to Rome in the ’90’s. Hopefully they didn’t wait and I was forgiven as I was a wee bit busy at that time!!!
Discussing on BBC RADIO WM at 11.06am approx today with Rachel New what attracts or detracts on a date… It really isn’t rocket science but surprising how many still are in the dark!
Apparently the top five ‘turn-offs’ on a first date:
- Bad manners
- Poor personal hygiene
- Lack of sense of humour
- Looks first hook PLUS your all important energy aura!
- Being late!
Back today on SKY NEWS, around 1.30pm to discuss holiday-makers dashing at dawn for sunbeds! Some sensible company’s now offering a pre-booking facility! £25 for the holiday sounds reasonable. My opposer will no doubt preach it’s yet another mercenary money spinner. However most decent Beach clubs’ charge anything from €10 a day so I’d reckon its cheap at the price. Will sadly delete the visual sport of watching all those eager sunworshippers scampering like piglets to throw their towels!!!
An apt time this morning 16/01/18 to discuss with Steve N Allen at 11.10am approx. with BBC Radio Kent, the most appropriate way to SNEEZE or even avoid sneezing and the spread of germs!
Discussing with presenters John Pantry & Rosie Wright how Prince Harry’s fiancé, Meghan Markle’s life will change when she marries into the Royal Family, Britain’s oldest and most traditional family.
Today, 9th January she will be joining Prince Harry on a Royal visit to Brixton’s REPREZENT Studios of Radio Station 107.3 FM Can be heard here: https://wetransfer.com/downloads/c05711057e642a1b9fadfa9ec46d84cf20180109101644/2a212117e4fd5c1d6b2f0859b5266a8020180109101644/00469c
8.23am approx tomorrow, Tuesday 19th December, Mike Zeller’s morning show on BBC Radio Cumbria, discussing the never ending question of Office party etiquette… Is there some magic way to let your hair down and not make a complete fool of yourself? Or have a job to go to the following day?? It really isn’t rocket science!
I’m anticipating a challenging discussion, tomorrow on ITV GOOD MORNING BRITAIN, around 7.20am!
Debating the do’s and don’ts of behaviour at office parties. I gather I’m on with a Mom of a ‘Made in Chelsea’ Gel, who believes one most certainly can let one’s hair down!! hmm!