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Events In Surrey 13th July 2018
Graham Laycock introduces Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide things to see and do in Surrey over the coming weeks.

Woking and Sam Beare Hospices Lottery 13th July 2018
Graham Laycock with the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices winning numbers and the winner of the £1,000 first prize plus the latest fund raising plans. More details at www.wsbhospices.co.uk.

Surrey News Review 13th July 2018
The week's local news for Surrey with Graham Laycock and Surrey Advertiser journalist Matt Lodge. Keep up to date at getsurrey.co.uk.

Brenda Dempsey 12th July 2018
Jill Bennett talks to Brenda Dempse, master NLP coach, teacher, mentor, speaker and #1 International Best Selling author. She is already published in the ‘Anthology Book Conceived to Lead’. Here she talks to Jill about her creation of Pivotal Moments 101, the creation of which is realising her dream to bring together women from around the globe, impact change in their lives and create a ripple effect that touches thousands more. For more information about her work and charities please visit brendademspey.co.uk.

Liz Kendal 12th July 2018
Jill Bennett talks to Liz Kendal from www.surrey-shiatsu.co.uk about "Joyful Living through Meditation", a 1day retreat with Clive Holmes. This event is on 28th July in East Horsley. Clive's teaching is warm, humorous, and very effective. He has the gift of helping us laugh at ourselves while generating self-compassion, so for people new to meditation, struggling with it, or wanting to deepen their practice in a relaxed way, Clive is the perfect teacher. His words and guidance help Liz on a daily basis.

The Diabetes Cure Scam
Moronic scammers who even claim to cure type 1 diabetes

St James C of E Primary School, Weybridge 11th July 2018
Hugh Evans talks on air to pupils from St James C of E Primary School, Weybridge during their visit to Brooklands Radio.

Don't Feel Guilty About Being Scammed
Anyone in any walk of life can be scammed, so there's nothing to feel guilty about if you are conned by criminals.

Surrey Business Affairs 5th July 2018
Jackie Mitchell talks to Ruth Lambert, Economic Development Officer from Spelthorne Borough Council www.spelthorne.gov.uk/sscf, Tania Grant from Guildford Speakers, part of Toastmasters International www.guildfordspeakers.com, Victoria Gravenstade runs The Grape Outdoors a pop up wine bar offering wines for every event. www.TheGrapeOutdoors.com, Caroline Cooper of Naturally Loyal, helps businesses and managers to develop their teams www.naturallyloyal.com

Sunday Viewpoint 8th July 2018
With Dr. Nabil Mustapha of the Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum with the theme: Parents role is to guide not to impose.

Events In Surrey 6th July 2018
Graham Laycock introduces Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide things to see and do in Surrey over the coming weeks.

Earthly Voices 6th July 2018
Graham Laycock talks to Deborah Blowers of Earthly Voices Choir about of a concert this Saturday at 7.30 pm at Cleves School Oatlands in support of Elmbridge CAN which helps the refugees who have settled in our borough. See www.allaboutWeybridge.co.uk for full details.

Woking and Sam Beare Hospices Lottery 6th July 2018
Graham Laycock talks to Rachael Barnett from the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices about today's winning numbers and the winner of the £1,000 first prize plus the latest fund raising plans. More details at www.wsbhospices.co.uk.

Surrey News Review 6th July 2018
The week's local news for Surrey with Graham Laycock and Surrey Advertiser journalist Alex Brock. Keep up to date at getsurrey.co.uk.

Just Women 10th July 2018
Jackie Mitchell talks with Hildegarde Reid, a local artist who works with oils, watercolour, gouache and acrylics, Una Lisaart who makes caricature cakes and Lindsay Allsop who will talk about her clothing business French fashion collection Captain Tortue.

Just Women 3rd July 2018
Ivana O’Brien talks with Jane Muddle about her business Madajazz jazzy bags and hats from Madagascar and Barbara Cosgrave a personal stylist who thrives on inspiring women to feel confident, look great and succeed in whatever they choose to do.

The Yahoo Security Scam
The Yahoo Security Scam is a variant of the Microsoft Support Call Scam

F T Refrigeration Addlestone 5th July 2018
Graham Laycock talks to Stacey Turner of F T Refrigeration of Addlestone with news of their competition to win five fans which was won by Stepgates Community School.

KarrenTelfer 5th July 2018
Jill Bennet talks to Karen Telfer who is a Life Coach, she teaches Meditation and helps people find balance in their lives using a variety of techniques and 15 years experience.  She trained in Sydney and then moved to Surrey in 2015.  Karen has helped thousands of people heal from chronic pain, find peace and clarity from very traumatic experiences and create forward movement when they were stuck or uncertain.  Karen talks to Jill today about her services and highlights how she can help her clients.  www.karentelfer.com

Western Union Repays Scammed Money
Western Union Repays Scammed Money at insistence of US Government

The Fashion Sale Fake Site Scam
Scammers taking advantage of the pull of high fashion at discount prices

Sunday Viewpoint 1st July 2018
With Dr. Nabil Mustapha of the Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum with the theme: Slavery is still alive and around us.

Events In Surrey 29th June 2018
Graham Laycock introduces Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide things to see and do in Surrey over the coming weeks.

Woking and Sam Beare Hospices Lottery 29th June 2018
Graham Laycock with the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices winning numbers and the winner of the £1,000 first prize plus the latest fund raising plans. More details at www.wsbhospices.co.uk.

Michael Brandon 19th June 2018
Dan Curtis talks to Michael Brandon, star of Dempsey and Makepeace about his one man show, Off Ramps, supporting the Camberley based, Autism Trust and being one half of the best crime fighting duo of the 80s!

Just Women 26th June 2018
Mandy Dineley talks with Maz Pennington of The Shabby Gourmet providing high quality catering and home cooked ready meals, Shalini Bhalla of JustJhoom an expert in Indian culture and spirituality and an accredited mindfulness teacher and Debra Levitt of Bridge Road Consultants about starting your own podcasts.

Just Women 19th June 2018
Doreen Pipe and Mandy Dineley talk with Samantha Swanborough who founded The Bacchae Theatre Company, Karen Chapman & Sarah Tighe of Renaissance Interiors and Kerrie Ellis a multiple award-winning Stylist & Corporate Image Consultant.

The Inflammation Belly Scam
Scammers jumping on the bandwagon of inflammation fighting

Emily Heuvel 28th June 2018
Jill Bennet talks to Emily Heuvel who has started a new kind of choir in Dorking in April. The ethos of Birch Tree Folk Choir is connection - to ourselves, our bodies, our heritage, our landscape, and to each other. The music selected is largely folk and traditional music, in part to reconnect with our heritage, and in part because this style of singing is more embodied, and stimulates the vagus nerve. Emily a psychotherapist as well as a trained musician, and the choir aims to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system to reduce issues including stress, anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, and digestive issues such as IBS. www.birchtreechoir.com.

Dogs For Good 27th Jnune 2018
Alex Nairn talks to Maddy Phelps from the charity Dogs for Good about the organisation's history, purpose and the difference their dogs make to people’s lives

Sunday Viewpoint 24th June 2018
With Dr. Nabil Mustapha of the Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum with the theme: The Suffragettes - a story of sacfrice and dedication.

Events In Surrey 22nd June 2018
Graham Laycock introduces Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide things to see and do in Surrey over the coming weeks.

Woking and Sam Beare Hospices Lottery 22nd June 2018
Graham Laycock talks to Rachael Barnett from the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices about today's winning numbers and the winner of the £1,000 first prize plus the latest fund raising plans. More details at www.wsbhospices.co.uk.

Surrey News Review 22nd June 2018
The week's local news for Surrey with Graham Laycock and Surrey Advertiser journalist Will Bradley. Keep up to date at getsurrey.co.uk.

Young Enterprise South East Final 13th June 2018
Hugh Evans talks to those taking part in the schools Young Enterprise South East Final at Guildford Cathedral on the 13th June 2018.

The Coffee Shop Facebook LIke
Just how easy is it to get people's personal information from just a Facenook like?

Sunday Viewpoint 17th June 2018
With Dr. Nabil Mustapha of the Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum with the theme: Social identity has never been more confused.

Events In Surrey 15th June 2018
Graham Laycock introduces Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide things to see and do in Surrey over the coming weeks.

Hampton and Kempton Waterworks Railway 15th June 2018
Graham Laycock talks to Douglas Dick about the Hampton & Kempton Waterworks Railway including the history of the line, it’s expansion plans and what it offers passengers every weekend.

Woking and Sam Beare Hospices Lottery 15th June 2018
Graham Laycock talks to Rachael Barnett from the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices about today's winning numbers and the winner of the £1,000 first prize plus the latest fund raising plans. More details at www.wsbhospices.co.uk.

Surrey News Review 15th June 2018
The week's local news for Surrey with Graham Laycock and Surrey Advertiser journalist Joe Burn. Keep up to date at getsurrey.co.uk.

Just Women 12th June 2018
Alison Florence and Jackie Mitchell talk with Neha Dhull, a qualified social worker who is in the running for Miss England, Lauretta Cundy, coaching psychologist, performance and wellbeing consultant, and Nicola Males of Willow Bakery an award-winning micro bakery and baking school.

Shepperton Village Fair 9th June 2018
Brookliuands Radio meeting the people taking part in this year's Sheppeeton Village Fair with our team of reporters Anne Twist, Doreen Pipe, James Pearce, Dave Jemitus Matthew England and Graham Laycock.

Tricia Woolfrey 14th June 2018
Jill Bennett talks to Tricia Woolfrey an expert helping people improve performance (expanding and increasing your skills) and productivity (getting more done in less time) with less stress and better results.  She can help you have more clarity, less stress and more energy.  You can be happier and you can have more balance in your life. Blending practical solutions together with Neuro-Linguistic Programming, mindfulness, nutrition and neuroplasticity, everything becomes easier.  Today Tricia talks about The Stress of Keeping up Appearances. http://www.a-headforsuccess.co.uk/

2017 - A Year of Scams and Spam and Data Breaches
2017 - A Year of Scams and Spam and Data Breaches

Cirque Berserk GLive Review 13th June 2018
Suzanne Hunter Reviews the Brilliant Cirque Beserk currently playing at G live Guildford until Saturday 16th June. Roll up roll up don't miss it go to www.glive.co.uk and for the rest of the tour schedule go to www.cirquebeserk.co.uk

The Barn Theatre Club 12th June 2018
Dan Curtis is joined in the studio by Mandy Witt from The Barn Theatre Club in West Molesey to talk about their upcoming production of Made In Dagenham!

The Battle Against Illegal Pharmacies
People buy medicines on the Internet, but may have no idea what they got instead

Jim Allen BEM 10th June 2018
Graham Laycock talks to fellow Brooklands Radio presenter Jim Allen who has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen's Birthday Honours for services to the community of Byfleet.

Sunday Viewpoint 10th June 2018
With Dr. Nabil Mustapha of the Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum with the theme: A new norm for some people and a new desolation for others.