Meg catches up with Britain’s Got Talent star Jonathan Antoine
Heather Pritchett is chatting to Des and Dave about the importance of quality communication across the business hierarchy.
This week’s Business Brunch guest is Steven Burgin, owner of Steven Burgin Hair Design. He has recently won a national award for keeping in touch with his customers and the community throughout the pandemic.
Joining Des and Dave on The Hot Desk this week is Ed Whitby, Operations Director of Whitby Morrison Ice Cream Vans Ltd. During lockdown they have raised £8,000 for St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice.
Tarporley racing driver Tom Oliphant speaks to Gary on this week’s sport show.
Joining Meg on this edition of Moments is independent Social Worker Sally Smith from I’m Worried About Mum. Sally talks about support options for later life, living with learning disabilities and dementia.
Meg & Gary talk with Jonathan Tarplee of The Blue Yellows. The band has a new EP called “Minute in the Sun”.
On this edition Des interviews Jez Touch, a director of Rare Earth Digital Ltd, a software development firm.
Joining Meg this week is guest Michelle Flynn of Michelle Flynn Coaching.
Dave speaks to Roger Morris, owner of the Honda Motorbike Shop on West Street in Crewe. Roger has offered up his premises to the NHS to be turned into a community COVID-19 vaccination centre.