Our Second Episode! Featuring Front Page Franki, Mental Health, Glastonbury (& local Festivals) and Phobias

On this week’s podcast we featured local news with Front Page Franki from the Herts Advertiser. Also joining us was mental health correspondent Stacey Turner from It’s OK To Say, and Ian Newman from local band DodoBones. As well as all this, Ian Rogers & Producer Sam talk about phobias!

In our local news roundup, Franki mentioned a school reunion for former pupils of Francis Bacon School who are aged 66-67. To find out more, email lynhuddleston@rocketmail.com

To find out more about Stacey Turner’s local mental health campaign It’s OK To Say, check out their website http://www.itsoktosay.org.uk/

Ian Newman is a member of DodoBones and The Antipoet. More information about the Plough & Harrow Festival can be found here

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  1. 17th April 2019

    Pleasure to join you for Podcast #2 and wishing you every success. Cheers, Ian

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