Andrea Bayles, Nutritional Therapist, talks about her passion and belief in nutritional health


Following a personal family experience Andrea was led into the fascinating world of natural health and in particular nutritional therapy. Qualifying in 2007 at College of Naturopathic Medicine in London and have been practicing since.

Andrea can see a wide variety of people with an even wider variety of health concerns and supports children with food allergies and intolerances, skin complaints such as eczema and psoriasis and children with autism and learning disabilities.

Alongside this she runs a weight management programme known as Metabolic Balance which is completely individual to each case.
Her main passion is to help people with chronic illness – from chronic fatigue syndrome to MS – there is always something that nutrition can do.

Find out more at: 


T: 01564 33 99 55

Reporter @lianekate

We speak with Katie Ashby, show’s director and cast member of The D-Day Darlings coming to Warwick School Bridge House Theatre on 18th May

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Pack up your troubles and join the D-Day Darlings for Afternoon Tea at Warwick School’s Bridge House Theatre
The D-Day Darlings are set to salute the efforts of pupils at Warwick School, who have been learning about World War II in a recent project. Rounding off the term in true wartime fashion, Bridge House Theatre will be serving tea and cake on Sunday 18th May as the D-Day Darlings sing “The Songs That Won The War”.

Katie Ashby, the show’s director and cast member speaks about the upcoming show, “We are excited to be performing at Bridge House Theatre as part of this year’s tour to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

Our show has gained quite a following from people who either lived during World War II or had family that did. However, we are more frequently meeting children and young adults who are intrigued by the era and it is so rewarding to see them get equally into the spirit during our shows.
It is hardly surprising that so many people are still fascinated by the era – wartime Britain is a massive part of our country’s heritage; it shaped who we are as a nation today.

My own interest in the nostalgia surrounding World War II inspired me to put together this show, which I hope the audience will agree, reflects the community spirit and patriotism that Britain was famed for.”

During this year’s tour, the D-Day Darlings will continue raising funds and awareness for the Royal British Legion who support war veterans, past and present, and their families.

Set in the heart of wartime Britain, the show tells a story of a vocal-harmony trio seeking to get their big break in the heart of WW2. Featuring memorable 1940’s songs from artists such as Gracie Fields, The Andrews Sisters and Dame Vera Lynn, who is also a keen supporter of the show.

The D-Day Darlings will be performing at 3pm on Sunday 18th May at Bridge House Theatre.
Tickets cost £10 adults or £5 children (aged 14 and under). Book online: or call the Ticket Office on 01926 776438.
More details of The D-Day Darlings can be found on their website – you can also follow them on Twitter @ddaydarlings or ‘d-day darlings’ on Facebook.

Reporter @lianeakate

We speak with Piers Taylor Chartered Architect, former Studio master at the Architectural Association & co-presenter of ‘The House that £100k Built’ and award –winning RIBA architect


Ahead if this weekends NEC The Homebuilding, Renovating and Home Improvement Show 27th to 30th March we speak with Piers Taylor, Chartered Architect, a former Studio master at the Architectural Association, Design Fellow at the University of Cambridge, a founding director at Mitchell Taylor Workshop and a co-presenter of hit BBC2 series The House that £100K Built.

pierce_taylorPiers Taylor also founded Invisible Studio an innovative award winning architectural practice. It aims to be a different organisation from a conventional practice. Their work encompasses a number of seminal buildings from ecologically sensitive self builds through to schools, public buildings and large scale urban environments, which have won a plethora of awards and been published widely and internationally. Much of their work is low cost and they believe passionately that design is not a luxury add on, but a process by which the most is extracted from the least through intelligent and clever thinking. They have particular expertise with timber, and have close relationships with the UK’s leading timber engineers and scientists.
Michael Holmes (Editor-in-Chief of Homebuilding & Renovating magazine)

Will also be presenting at this weekends event – “The allocation of a £150m fund in the budget to develop a scheme to give custom builders a right to a plot from councils, will be welcomed by those who want to build an individually designed home but cannot find a building plot,” says Michael Holmes of Homebuilding & Renovating magazine.

The event is on all weekend at – NEC, Birmingham,

Reporter @lianekate

Interview with Sam Kemp of Coventry Festival Band

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Sam Kemp talks about the Coventry Festival Band’s upcoming performance at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry as a part of Brassed Off.


Sam Kemp: @samanthakemp on Twitter

reporter: @soulcruzer

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Interview – Jordan Corely


We met Jordan at the Birmingham Party in the Park. His politically driven Hip-Hop music caught the attention of our creative director who arranged for a follow up interview.




Radio Warwickshire Weekly Round Up Show 09 May 2013


Hi Guys, we have a new RW show that’s launched this week. It’s a compilation of the best RW interviews and new music from unsigned bands. This particular show features last weeks interview. I’ll curate this week’s show tomorrow and get it posted on Sunday. I think it’s regular time slot will be a Sunday mid-morning, something you can sip your coffee too while you’re relaxing on a Sunday morning.

Listen to this week’s RW Weekly Round Up Show. Hear great new music and awesome interviews:


Interview with Ed Anderson


@soulcruzer interviews Ed Anderson, wildlife documentarian and musician. Ed has worked in or traveled to over 30 different countries in the last 20 years. He’s worked alongside people from many different cultures, living in many different habitats along the way. Ed is the guest presenter of the Musical Journey Show this week with Clay Lowe.

See more of Ed’s work at






Interview with Richard Wood – Film Maker and the brains behind Coventry Warwickshire Filmmaking Network


We caught up with Richard wood, Film Maker and the man behind Coventry and Warwickshire Filmmakers Network. Find out about his inspirations, background and plans for the future. Listen again at @radiowarks
Info from the website: Coventry Warwickshire Filmmakers network is your FREE (donations welcome), social networking site for filmmakers / actors actresses / writers, crew’s anyone who are interested in filmmaking.
You may not be aware but this area is alive and kicking with plenty of talented folk (yes YOU). So all you need to do is sign up and create a profile and start meeting folk by adding them as friends. Also post your adds for castings / jobs, also upload your video’s and pics and tell us about your self.
There’s plenty of meet up events with our partners Call the Shots and Roots to Shoots nights every month. So look out for them. Thats it for now, I’m Rich Wood bye for now…

Update Interview with Jack Linstead – Diary of a mediocre sports man


We spoke with Jack to find out how the Halloween run went. Hoe the blog is going and how his training is going. Follow Jack at:
Day 30 – a month on…
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