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The British Nutritian Foundation, as part of their annual healthy eating week, conducted research into young people's knowlege of food. It was a shock to discover some kids today think fish fingers are made out of chicken. Even more shocking was the fact that some even think Fruit Pastels count towards our five a day!

Why have we found ourselves in the situation where children dont understand the origin of their food and what can we do about it? Jon spoke to Dr Lucy Chambers from the BNF


As this Wednesday the 14th June was World Blood Donor day, Jon Andrews spoke to Hugh Terry from Surrey and South London Blood Bikers.

Hugh told Jon about how the group of volunteers transport blood across Surrey and beyond. Hugh also talks about his own expereinces of being a blood donor. has more information about the Blood Bikers

Ursula James

Professor Ursula James is a Clinical Hypnotherapist.

Mandy Morrow recently talked to Ursula on Brunchtime Breakfast about Clinical Hypnosis, Anxiety and her new book The Soul Midwife.

Mark D Pritchard suffered a brain haemorrhage back in 2009. He tells Jon Andrews about his journey and the recovery process, and how his wife Sarah was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Mark talks about how his and his wife’s ill health has made them re assess their lives and live each day to the full.

Mark’s book is called I’m Never ill (A journey through Brain Surgery and Beyond


June 1 to 7 was Volunteers' week at the ASPH Trust and In the midst of Volunteer's Week Jon Andrews spoke to Sangeeta Sangadia who is the Volunteer Co-ordinator for the Ashford and St Peters hospital trust.

Sangeeta told him about the team of 400 plus volunteers who help across the two hospitals, and how they are being recognised during this special week.

JonA and Nancy

One of the things that's special about Hospital Radio is how it offers a unique service to the patients. Jon Andrews enjoys getting into the wards and collecting requests. Also hearing (and recording) memories and stories from patients who come from a wide range of backgrounds.

Jon recently went to a ward in St Peter's Hospital and was told by other patients that I had to chat to Nancy who had just turned 103. Born in 1914, Nancy has many tales to tell!

Joanna Matthews and Susan Houston from Talk Surrey were the guests on the in bed with Alan Dolby breakfast show.

TALK is a charity that supports people with aphasia and their families in Surrey.

Listen to what these ladies had to say.


Robin Whitbread had a very special guest on Behind the Voice recently:

Ashford & St. Peter's hospitals' Chief Nurse, Heather Caudle.

Listen to Heather's fascinatting story from growing up in Trinidad to becoming Chief Nurse.


Come and meet the Chertsey Music Community.

Alan Dolby recently invited them in to our studio for a chat to find out exactly what they do.