Friday, 8 February 2019

The Radio Verulam Film Guide: Friday 8th February 2019

Films on TV! Get your films on TV! Simon picks his choice of films for your week of entertainment.

8th February 2019 – Films on TV 


Friday
Blue Velvet (1986)
11.20pm – 1.45am
Film4

Saturday
Wyatt Earp (1994)
3.10pm –6.55pm
5Spike

Sunday
The Man who would be King (1975)
1.10pm – 3.35pm
BBC2

Monday
Good Kill (2014)
1.45am – 3.50am
Film4

Tuesday
Gallipoli (1981)
7.45pm – 10.00pm
Film4+1

Wednesday
Deepwater Horizon (2016)
9.00pm – 11.10pm
Film4

Thursday
Dirty Dancing (1987)
9.00pm – 11.10pm
5STAR

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Local food news with Becky Alexander @thelocalfoodie

This week Becky talked about Chinese New Year, Chinese cuisine, coffee shops within other shops, and newly opened eateries in the area.

For more from Becky see https://thelocalfoodie.wordpress.com/about/

Becky Alexander photo

Monday, 4 February 2019

Childrens mental Health Week



Stacey Turner joined us tonight speaking about childrens mental health week in St Albans.

Events this week will include  seeing  the cathedral and museum lit up in orange, a mascot teddy bear who has yet to be named, he will be appearing at the museum and cathedral and Westminster Lodge 
Stacey is also going to be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in a fundraising event.


To support It’s OK To Say, go the web site: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/stacey-turner-2019




Friday, 1 February 2019

The Radio Verulam Film Guide: Friday 1st February 2019

Simon kicks off February with a range of TV movies for you to enjoy on a cold night in.

1st February 2019 – Films on TV


Friday
Kick-Ass (2009)
9.00pm – 11.25pm
5STAR


Saturday
Skyfall (2012)
9.00pm –11.50pm
ITV2



Sunday
A Matter of Life and Death (1946)
1.50pm – 3.55pm
BBC2


Monday
Jason Bourne (2016)
9.00pm – 11.25pm
4seven



Tuesday
Anthropoid (2016)
9.00pm – 11.25pm
Film4


Wednesday
Fury (2014)
9.00pm – 11.40pm
5 Spike


Thursday
Twelve Years a Slave (2013)
9.00pm – 11.40pm
More4

Tom and Isaac from @CompanyofTen tell us about their upcoming performances in Beautiful Thing, opening 8th Feb at the Abbey Theatre @AbbeyTheatreStA @stalbanstheatre




Tom and Isaac gave us an overview of the characters of Ste and Jamie and how they came to be in the play. They are really excited to bring the play to life. Eloise, also in the cast,

"Beautiful Thing is a gentle and hugely optimistic play. Teenagers Ste and Jamie are next door neighbours on the Thamesmead Estate in south London: Jamie is being bullied at school, and Ste is being bullied at home. When it all gets too much Ste seeks refuge at Jamie’s and their awkward but joyous relationship develops."

The play opens on Friday 8th until Saturday 16th February.

More information and tickets on sale now, visit: https://www.abbeytheatre.org.uk/whats-on/beautiful-thing/