On today's 'Verulam in the Morning' show with Jonny we had some great interviews from 'The Local Foodie' Herts Ad writer Becky Alexander talking about the St Albans and Harpenden Food and Drink competition including two fish and chips shops, in Marshalswick and Harpenden, that have been nominated for a national award.
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This week Jonny Seabrook has taken over the 'Verulam in the Morning' show with the help of Ruth Tamara, Clare and Jake. What a show we had today!
We had some great interviews with Jennie Bond who was BBC's former Royal Correspondent and is now a consumer champion. Jennie told Jonny what do to do when selling a car, privately We also had the interesting local Cricket umpire, Nick Hall. Nick spoke about the local cricket scene, the skills an umpire must have and touched on tomorrow's England v Australia match.
All this week Jonny Seabrook will be hosting Verulam in the Morning while Phil, Richard & Nick take a break. From 9am there will be the usual great music, fun contests and interesting guests. Tomorrow Jonny will be chatting with international footballer Sarah Wilshire and Mr D the numberman will be popping in a mathematical problem. Plus we have a new contest called 'St Albans v the World!!!!'
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