In this weeks show (released on 9th December 2015) Leo reads part 2 of Who’s cooking dinner?, Chris reads about Philip Larkin, Sue reads about Christmas presents, Mike has another quiz and Shelagh has on outlook on life called “Blessings come in many guises”.
The weekly news review includes articles on :
The kind schoolgirl who wanted water for her birthday after watching a wateraid advert on television.
Digital signage appears on the Coventry ringroad. The signage will give details of live parking updates and problems.
A Coventry man changed his life from crime and changed to working voluntary.
Coventry has a major housing shortfall.
A Coventry university student has designed a cycle warning system.
1000 jobs could be axed at Coventry council as part of it’s 17 million pound cuts. This has come about since the change in Government funding.
Rotary clubs of Coventry return with santa’s sleigh to the streets of Coventry. Every everning throughout December the members of the rotary club walk areas of Coventry with shaking tins in hand, Santa, his shining sleigh and helpers all making dreams come true for delighted children whilst also collecting thousands of pounds for charity. The event is now in it’s tenth year and promises to be it’s greatest event yet. Further information can be found on the facebook page of the Coventry Jubilee Rotary club. The events is Sponsored by Asda, Aquarius Interiors Coventry, Toyota, Harris signs and Chaplins Parties. (Here audio)
In the what’s on Guide: It’s Pantomime time at the priory theatre. A concert in aid of Zoe’s place baby hospice. Plus details of the nutcracker ballet at the Warwick arts centre.
All this plus the usual mix of news, sport, outlook for living, outlook on life and postbag.
Shows presenters: Sandra
Shows editor: Nigel Hewin
Studio technician: Nick Rose