Show Highlights July 13 2017

In this week’s show we talk about Phil Spencer’s Find Me A Home programme in which he helped two families who were experiencing difficulties in finding a home in London and Kent and we talk about the options available through community housing schemes

We talk about taking responsibility for your health and how we conduct our own research to understand our health conditions, often using a book entitled Your Body Speaks Your Mind by Deb Shapiro

We start a new section of the show entitled Volunteer Opportunity of the Week in conjunction with Volunteer Centre Torbay in which we showcase opportunities to volunteer here in Torbay

We encourage everyone to make a date with nature by taking part in Torbay’s Big Butterfly Count happening in July and August.

We then go to celebrate the news that St John Ambulance are celebrating their 140 year anniversary of helping to save lives and we do a short feature on their work

We share news of the Purple Angel Restaurant Service which encourages restaurants in Torbay and across the world to take steps to become more Dementia aware.

We finish the show by taking about the new innovation GravityLight which is a safe, low cost alternative to kerosene lighting.

Listen to the show here:

Tracks played:

James Holt – Whatever happened to John?

Jennings Couch – Let the rockets burn

Grace Jones – La Vie En Rose

Mika – Blame It On The Girls

Ryuichi Sakamoto – Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence

Gypsy Kings – Djobi Djoba

The Kings Parade – Mother Tongue

Joanna Lee – The Real Thing

James Holt – Oh Butterfly Do Not Yet Float Away

Bell’Aria – Mambo Italiano

Sloes –Where To Start

Stevie Wonder – Faith (featuring Ariana Grande)

Ella Fitzgerald featuring Louis Armstrong – Cheek To Cheek

Stu Larson – Chicago Song

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