Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Remember, remember the 1st of September...

...for the triumphant return of West Herts Drivetime with the GORGEOUS Danny Smith!

Danny and the team will be back from next Tuesday with guests that week including Matt Adams from the Herts Advertiser, Jane Slatter from St Albans Soroptimists, Dave Weaver from the Verulam Writers Circle and LIVE music on the Drivetime Sessions courtesy of local singer/songwriter Ben Simmons.

That's West Herts Drivetime with Danny Smith, back next Tuesday from 4-7pm on 92.6FM Radio Verulam and online at

Thursday, 30 July 2015

Ben Roper and The Rapture Film Hub:@rapturefilm

Today's Drivetime guest was Ben Roper from local production company Rapture Film.
Ben was here to discuss the upcoming monthly film nights hosted at the Bakehouse in the town center, as well as St. Alban's impressive history with film, and the hopes to build a strong filmmaker community.

The first film night is Thursday September 3rd, and will continue to be the first Thursday of every month. Entrance is free for all.

For any further details you can check:
Or, visit the official Rapture Film Facebook page:

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Local author Kate Griffin's upcoming novel @KateAGriffin

We were joined in the studio this afternoon by the local author Kate Griffin, who told us about her upcoming novel - the third in her Kitty Peck series.

Kate Griffin has worked as an assistant to an antiques dealer, a journalist for local newspapers and now works for The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. Kitty Peck and the Music Hall Murders, Kate's first book, won the Stylist/Faber crime writing competition. The second book of the series is called Kitty Peck and the Child of Ill Fortune. Kate lives in St Albans.

To find out more about Kate and her upcoming novel, have a look at her twitter at @kateagriffin.

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Interior Design with @GA_Interiors

Gwendoline was in the studio once again this week to discuss interior design for your holiday home.

She stressed the importance of pastel colours and muted tones when it comes to paints, for example using a soft blue with a sea green. Gwendoline says that using these colours gives a sense of relaxation that is essential for a holiday home.

Another area Gwendoline focused on was the use of objects that bring memories in a holiday home. She pointed to how some people collect and frame luggage tags as an example of memorabilia suited for a holiday home.

Finally, Gwen discussed how furniture with textures that are perhaps out of the ordinary can create a holiday atmosphere. Wicker chairs were something she said had both a sense of quirkiness and lightness that suits a holiday home.

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Monday, 27 July 2015

Honeypot Childrens Charity

Tonight  we were joined by Stephen Heather and Louis Oatham who are raising funds for the Honeypot Childrens charity, as part of the National Citizenship Scheme [NCS].

This coming Thursday 30th July they have organised a 5 a side football tournament which will be held at Gosling Sports Stadium , Welwyn Garden City starting at 12pm , for details contact Stephen on email
Today they have been bag packing at Hatfield Tesco.
Tomorrow they take part in a 3 legged walk from Bishops Girls School in Hatfield starting at 10;00am.and on Wednesday they have a cake sale at the same venue.

If you would like to sponsor this worthy cause you can do so at the web site