Friday, 20 December 2019

James Hazel's Christmas Tour 2019

James Hazel's Chrismas Tour 2019
James Hazel's Chrismas Tour 2019
For the 3rd year in a row the BBC Bus, James Hazel and BBC Radio Suffolk has taken Santa on a tour of Suffolk.

Without Issac Chenery for the first year, Vic Tucks comes in the producer and was helpet along by Lois Worrow.

As in other years, its five days and five venues, at each venue we broadcast the James Hazel show on BBC Radio Suffok but also have a VIP joining us. None other than Santa himself.

We started on the 16th of December in Bury St Edmonds before heading on to Beccles, (17th) ,
Hadleigh, (18th), Haslesworth, (19th) and Stowmarket (20th).

Heres a video from each day out on the road plus one other video of an interview in Halesworth.

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Friday, 6 December 2019

BBC Radio Meresyside Toy Appeal 2019

The BBC Radio Meresyside Toy Appeal is an annual event aimed at rasing toys for children on christmas day who would otherwise not have antything to open. 

The toys themslefs are collected by the local Lions cub, (local to whichever part of Liverpool we are in),  so the toys are staying within the area where we collect them.

We often find that the people of Meresyside are very kind and keep giving.  So we keep collecting for them.

This is where we have been 

Saturday, November 30 
Widnes Market,

Tuesday, December 3
New Mersey Shopping Park

Wednesday, December 4
Tesco Extra store, St. Oswalds St, Liverpool

Thursday, December 5
Smyths Toys,  Ravenhead Retail Park, Saint Helens

Friday, December 6
Sainsburys   Birkenhead,                                                   

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Monday, 9 September 2019

BBC Stoke in Stafford

BBC Stoke in Stafford
BBC Stoke in Stafford

BBC Radio Stoke love to get out and about and talk to listeners where ever they find them.

Starting on Tuesday the 3rd of September 2019 Bbc Stoke based themselves in the market place of Stafford outside the Guildhall.
BBC Stoke in Stafford
BBC Stoke in Stafford
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Paula White and Denholm Siegertsz both came out the office and head to Stafford to spend mid-morning finding out what made the people there tick.

But it was until Friday when Perry Spiller came down the A34 and brought his full show from the market place. A fun-filled 3 hours ending with Top-Of–The-Pots in the last half hour.

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