On the programme today: -
- we were joined by Wendy Spiers (Lead Nurse, Patient Experience, Patient Safety & Quality) and Jonathan Pugh and Diane Bacon (Senior Health Care Assistants for Wards 1 and 2 respectively) from Nobles Hospital who told us all about the #EndPJParalysis campaign and why it's better for your health to get out of your PJs; find out more here;
- also today, we heard from a prize winning gardener about how the gender pay gap needs to be weeded out of the Chelsea Flower Show; also looked at news that the Chief Minister has been speaking with the newly elected MLCs after MHKs had complained about them; heard from associate trainers from the SafeLives charity who have been holding training courses at Hospice this week by invitation of the Joanna Simpson Foundation; and heard from some of the voting public taking part in Ireland's abortion referendum;
- also we were joined in the studio by Chess Warren, Tinesha Kinley, George Quayle and George Dalton-Brown from young local band The Bobbleheads, who shared their brand new single 'Yellow' with us ahead of their support slot with Scouting For Girls next week - get tickets here.
If you missed any part of today's programme you can listen again at this link for the next 7 days. Tomorrow, we are joined on the Conister Rock by Weather Girl Kirsty Pendlebury who will be sharing music and memories with Beth from 2pm, hope you can join us!