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In this Just Elspeth Podcast, she wonders if saying “thank you” has gone out of fashion. Are people oblivious to the fact that just a sincere word of thanks has a real warming effect on a person? Of course, the way you say the word might give the opposite effect. She reminds us that the way we receive a present, can bring even more pleasure than th…
 
Andy Dickins Chairman of the Hertfordshire Cheetahs American Football team returns to Verulam Sport Podcasting. He unpacks the NFL season to date and builds up to a feast of Football this Thanks Giving. Plus of course we serve up all the latest Hertfordshire Cheetahs news.Jason McKenna による
 
Get that sated feeling with this weeks podcast. We have regular local food & drink expert Becky Alexander talking to us all about delivery services other local food solutions. Try plant-based dishes straight to your door by Plantopia and visit Seed & Grain cafe (or get takeaway) located at the Hertfordshire Garden Centre. Find out more from Becky o…
 
The church is the Hope of the World.... but its success rests on its leaders. Richard Starling is retiring. He has spent the best years of his life reaching out to his community with the Love of God in Jesus. Lets celebrate Richard, and learn more about leadership for our own race we are running.St Albans Baptist Church による
 
A few weeks ago on a Sportcast show focusing in on unusual sports from around the world we shone a light on Pickleball. Verulam Sport here welcomes Peter Simmons to the Podcast to give us more insight into the world of Pickleball. Peter works tirelessly to promote the game here in Hertfordshire.Jason McKenna による
 
Catrina Lewis an award winning Sports Coach and Community Development expert and Sabrina Bakare a former World Junior 400m Gold medalist are both proud Ambassadors of Kickoff@3. They return to Verulam Sport to encourage us all to engage with the Lockdown challenge to raise awareness and funds for DKMS. To learn more check out www.kickoffat3.co.uk…
 
St Alban’s own European Tour Golf Referee Gary Tait returns to Verulam Sport to review the final Golfing Major of the Year the US Masters. An historic game won by the American Dustin Johnson who claims his second Major.Jason McKenna による
 
The voice of OA’s Brian discusses with Tony the review of “Super Saturday” and Eddie Jones’ England claiming their thrid 6 nations title in the last 5 years. Plus the chat moves onto the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup.Jason McKenna による
 
You must agree that this is an unusual job for one of our St Albans residents. However, skills in puppetry, juggling, story telling and even the art of writing and acting out his own stories, has brought Neil, with his wife Hazel to regularly “go on the road” to perform. However there is an added twist to this story. Neil and Hazel are Christians, …
 
Matt and Laura from the Herts Ad bring us some local news stories. They tell us about an unfortunate incident where a young girl was injured by a discarded needle and about new charges for garden waste collection. A good news story follows about a couple who managed to pull together plans for their wedding in a few short days before the new lockdow…
 
Do you remember the red post boxes in St Albans town centre, decorated with pretty woollen bonnets for Christmas? The boxes stand proudly there to represent the amazing postal system in our country. Elspeth discovers when the postal system was first devised, shares a bit of its history, and catches some humorous ways that posties have delivered the…
 
As we clock up a landmark 100th episode of Verulam Sport Podcasting, the team has pulled out all the stops to deliver a true special full of star guests. Friend of the show and Radlett resident Cliff Crown is the Chairman of Brentford Football Club and he provides all the Bees news as they work towards promotion to the Premier League. Tom Watt, act…
 
As we clock up a landmark 100th episode of Verulam Sport Podcasting, the team has pulled out all the stops to deliver a true special full of star guests. Friend of the show and Radlett resident Cliff Crown is the Chairman of Brentford Football Club and he provides all the Bees news as they work towards promotion to the Premier League. Tom Watt, act…
 
Resident book correspondent Clare Hobba suggests books about Time Travel for her December book club. She picked The Time-Traveller’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger and The Watchmaker of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley. She notes that many of the best books about time travel were written originally for children but have resonances beyond that. For exa…
 
When you first think of patterns, you might look at your curtains, or the tiles on the patio, but Elspeth has discovered that you can think of many different things that come under that word. Patterns are usually repeated or could be changed. What has your pattern of life been through the hardship of lockdown? Did it change from the normal? Does yo…
 
On this week’s edition of the St Albans Podcast, we hear from our legal correspondent Michael Labrum. He explains the current stamp duty holiday and how we have until the end of March 2021 to take advantage of it. If you would like to know more, check out his law firm www.labrums.co.uk Also on the show we hear from Matt Adams and Laura Bill from th…
 
Our recent addition of two new Elders gives us a great opportunity to examine the role and requirements of Eldership. Senior leadership is demanding, and yet one of the great blessings for the Church and individual. The Apostle Paul holds it up as a very worthwhile goal.St Albans Baptist Church による
 
Everyone enjoys remembering stories they read as children. Elspeth surveys the centuries of famous children’s books – yes, as far back as the 19th century. She disagrees that they are written mainly for adults, and watches their progress to film, musicals and DVD’s. Another question – do children get more out of reading and letting their imaginatio…
 
Its always a pleasure to talk Rugby with the ‘Voice of the OA’s’ Brian Quinn. We review an exciting weekend of International Rugby and build up to ‘Super Saturday’ and the conclusion of this years protracted Six Nations with 3 Countries in with a chance of claiming the title.Tony Rice による
 
The NFL has almost reached the half way point of the regular season and we unpack the action to date and preview week 8 with Hertfordshire’s Cheetahs Andy Dickins. He also tells us how we all can help contribute to the Cheetah’s claim a ‘Virtual’ Bowl this weekend.Tony Rice による
 
We catch up with Kat Ratnapala; Head Coach and Director of Netball for Saracens Mavericks Netball Team, she speaks to us from New Zealand as Kat is also one of the Chief Coaches for the Vitality England Red Roses. Kat builds up to the first of an intense three match series against the World Champion New Zealanders and of course keeps us in the pict…
 
Verulam Sport goes global. We catch up with Simba ‘The Daddy’ Mupamhanga Head Coach of the St Albans Centurions Rugby League Team. We unpack recent Rugby League action from down under and here in England and of course get all the most recent Cents news.Tony Rice による
 
The amazing Isha Kamara tells us about a fabulous victory for Kingswood Blues at the recent Kickoff@3 Community Cup. Isha coaches this team who had never played in a competitive game before the tournament. Truly inspirational #webelieveTony Rice による
 
Looking for somewhere new to eat? Becky Alexander tells us about the opening of Megan’s at the Old Bell on Chequer St. They are serving a menu that is ‘loosely Mediterranean’ created by Head Chef Sercan who is originally from Turkey. Becky also tell us about a local provider of yummy treats: Crumbs & Bits. Order tasty seasonal products for collecti…
 
Elspeth brings back a lot of fond memories of her time singing musicals in the Alban Arena and of her recollection of going to musicals. For example for her daughter’s birthday treat enjoying “Trial by Jury” in the perfect setting of the Old Courtroom, now used as a café, here in our Museum; as a family watching “Les Miserables” in London, without …
 
David Kurk tells us about his compelling rugby odyssey which saw him rise to the level of Premiership match official and latterly a Match Day Host with Wasps.He is also an Ambassador for Prostate Cancer UK and his experiences on this topic are candid, poignant and compelling. A great listen and with a clear message for us all.…
 
It is always a pleasure to catch up with friend of the show and rugby scholar, our voice of the Old Albanians Brian Quinn. He summarises the end of the domestic Rugby scene, previews an exciting period of International Rugby and of course provides us with all the OA’s updates.Jason McKenna による
 
All too often we get consumed with a win at all cost attitude; perhaps especially when it comes to our appreciation of sport. This week the Verulam Sport team wanted to shine a light on some of the great teams and individuals who may not have proven victorious but whose efforts remind us of the true spirt of sport. We salute sports gallant tryers!…
 
This week, join our health correspondent Dr Richard Pile and Danny. He is telling us about his research into how having a purpose in life can help keep you healthy. If you find this interesting, you might be interested in Richard’s book. It is due for release next year. You can find out more about Living Life Better on their website https://livingl…
 
God loves his Church, yet within church life people get offended. Every time that happens we are faced with a choice. Will we become bitter or will we forgive? They are two completely different paths....heading in different directions. Which will you choose when it happens next?St Albans Baptist Church による
 
I’m sure you’ve heard someone say “Well, Mrs. G… she’s such a good person, always helping down at the foodbank. A real Christian, she is”, or, ”Old Doug Freemantle, he’s so mean, but he is religious. He goes to church every Sunday.” I’m questioning the understanding that if you are helpful and kind, ie. good, or if you are very religious, by going …
 
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