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On the show this week, Danny talks to food & drink correspondent Becky Alexander. They discuss Becky’s latest book The Green Lunch Box – recipes that are good for you and for the planet. All too often lunch is the least planned meal of the day. This lack of thought results in lunches that can be bad for our waistlines, the planet and our pockets! B…
 
Sadly we had some technical issues at Radio Verulam HQ this evening. Please find a copy of this week's show here. Featuring St Albans Manager Ian Allinson, London Colney Manager Jack Metcalfe, Sandridge Rovers Manager Matt Day, Belstone Manager Aaron Lincoln and Ryan O'Donnell the cycling researcher.…
 
Elspeth often finds that when she writes about deep subjects, that a poem is the best way to express her thoughts. Today she touches on certain anomalies, certain difficult questions, that can only be dealt with by faith. Oh, and don’t expect rhyming couplets all through, it’s a mixture, as in her recent book “Guinea pigs, God and the Garden”, whic…
 
On today’s show Alan Bellinger brings us another edition of Health Matters. To find out more about the topics he covers, and to find any relevant links, check out his article https://www.stalbanspodcast.com/2022/01/19/health-matters-january-2022/(opens in a new tab) Also on today’s show, Laura Bill and Matt Adams from the Herts Advertiser shares th…
 
It’s all around us, especially with every news bulletin we hear reporting the Omicron overload on hospitals, and the number of NHS staff at home isolating. Elspeth quotes some definitions of stress, and while putting WORRY at the head of the list, it’s interesting to see that cramming too much into every day, without decent “time out”, can cause st…
 
On the latest edition of our little show, Clare Hobba’s reading recommendations for the month are books about paintings: The Muse – Jessie Burton, 2016 The Birth of Venus – Sarah Dunant, 2003 The Gallery of Vanished Husbands – Natasha Solomons, 2014 Clare Hobba is an Author & Creative Writing Tutor. Her next creative writing event is to be held in …
 
Over Christmas, Elspeth had been staying with a family who really enjoyed jigsaws, and her imagination went to work, thinking of the different chunks of life that make up current-day St.Albans. This meant not only familiar buildings, like the Abbey, but the difficult things we are all going through, like yet another virus. There might be a jigsaw o…
 
The news gathering duo Laura Bill and Matt Adams return following their festive break. On this week’s abridged show they talk about the multitude of establishments locally where you can find a selection of non-alcoholic beverages. They also bring us the latest on market cancellations and try to get to the bottom of conflicting statements from BID a…
 
Elspeth now digs deep into her past to discover the origins of her faith. We even discover that in her school, the teachers all put on her reports. “Elspeth talks too much”. Actually her brother going to camp with an organisation called “Crusaders”, started it off. So, do enjoy stepping back in time with this podcast. The post Just Elspeth (Journey…
 
Elspeth shares her thoughts on the various problems that are hitting our country at the moment, like whether Christmas can be prominent just now… and problems that leave the cop26 conference as a distant memory, but she gives apologies – 6 hour queues for the booster jab were not on the scene when she penned her podcast! The post Just Elspeth (Comm…
 
This week’s St Albans Podcast with Danny Smith is a little different from the usual, as it is a sneak peak of the St Albans Film Guide’s end-of-year awards. Danny, Howard, Tim, Sam and Chris all got together on the pod for the first time and nominated films and performances from 2021 in four categories: Best Actress, Best Actor, Biggest Surprise, a…
 
Elspeth talks to Jessica Hall, who reveals a whole world of people in St Albans who move out of mental instability to wholeness through art. She emphasises the great need to have the physical in the mix, and tells us that is this service is all under the umbrella of the NHS. The post One to One with… Jessica Hall (Art Therapy) appeared first on St …
 
Mark Helvadjian • Isaiah 9:2, Isaiah 9:6, Matthew 2:1–2, Matthew 25:3 As we come to the end of our Watch series, we spend time looking at the third and final group of characters who were watching that first advent – the Wise Men. But as with all good stories, the story doesn’t end there. We find a twist to the plot and discover that it isn’t just u…
 
On today’s show Alan Bellinger brings us another edition of Health Matters. To find out more about the topics he covers, and to find any relevant links, check out his article https://www.stalbanspodcast.com/2021/12/15/health-matters—december-2021/ Also on today’s show, Matt Adams from the Herts Advertiser shares the latest local news. To find out m…
 
Christmas is nearly upon us, but what do you get twins a few months old, when they‘ve got everything? Elspeth talks to Sylvia about her grandchildren – twin boys, Mason and Ralph, and makes us all think back to those precious, but difficult, first years. The post One to One with… Sylvia (Twins) appeared first on St Albans Podcast with Danny Smith.…
 
On the latest edition of our little show, Clare Hobba recommends books around the theme of neurodiversity The Rosie Project , 2013 Graeme Simsion Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine , 2017 Gail Honeyman The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, 2003 Mark Haddon Goodreads has a page of reading on Neurodiversity https://www.goodreads.com/gen…
 
Today, Elspeth asks Sue to tell the story of how the Vineyard church has cared for local people in need, for many years. At first it was a case of queuing up for food parcels. Then the church thought it right to buy the neighbouring warehouse, and use this as a centre. So then, anyone could come in, receive drinks and snacks and chat until it was t…
 
Mark Helvadjian • Luke 2:8–18, Matthew 1:18–23 In the lead up to Christmas, Mark kicks off a new mini talk series looking at three groups of people in the nativity story who were watching during Christ’s first advent. This week we look at the Shepherds who were watching their flock by night, and Mark asks us, are we any different than the Shepherds…
 
On this week’s show, Anna from Communities 1st talked about their international nurse buddy scheme, if you would like to become a nurse buddy you can find the opportunity here https://www.communities1st.org.uk/public-opportunity-detail/27924/ She also spoke about the need for volunteer drivers and roles with our vaccination centres, you can find mo…
 
From the start of the interview, Elspeth discovered that Jo, the manager of the St Francis Charity shop in Marshalswick, St Albans, was a natural at chatting about her job. She loves it! She has a keen and responsible team who have plenty more to do then just taking our money. Elspeth discovers that some clients come in every day and that her team …
 
On the show this week, Danny talks to food & drink correspondent Becky Alexander. They discuss The Pudding Stop and, in light of the recent COP26 summit, how to be more environmentally aware with food and drink. Find out more about Becky on her website. Grae Wall from the St Albans Arts Team joins us to discuss the various Tinseltown Pop-Up events …
 
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