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The Isle of Wight Show with Joe Redston
20 minutes | Oct 24, 2019
S3 Ep3: S3 E3 :: Nigel Hartley
I also talked with Nigel Hartley, CEO of the Mountbatten Hospice. Nigel has worked in hospices for 30 years, and has sat with thousands of dying people, so is uniquely placed to talk about why hospices are so vital.
22 minutes | Oct 17, 2019
S3 Ep2: S3 E2 :: Jackie Whiller
Jackie is a Consultant Nurse at the Mountbatten Hospice. She talks about the work she does, and how she helps people with the challenging conversations we all need to have around death, dying and bereavement.
20 minutes | Oct 11, 2019
S3 Ep1: S3 E1 :: Matt White
Season 3 is my conversations with some of the people involved with the Mountbatten Hospice. Other episodes will see me talking to one of the nurses, the CEO, and patients, but we begin with Matt White, the Communications Manager at the Hospice. Matt talks about all the things they do at Mountbatten - some of which, you may not be aware of!
25 minutes | Aug 9, 2019
S2 Ep4: S2 E4 :: Martin Goodall
The last interview in my mini-series with members of the IOW Island Games team is with Martin Goodall, team chairman.
10 minutes | Aug 9, 2019
S2 Ep3: S2 E3 :: Charlie Metcalfe
A conversation (at the beach!) with half marathon gold medallist, Charlie Metcalfe.
15 minutes | Aug 8, 2019
S2 Ep2: S2 E2 :: Imogen Moss & Matt Reid
Hear from Imogen and Matt, two of the IOW's very successful Island Games shooting team.
13 minutes | Aug 7, 2019
S2 Ep1: S2 E1 :: Dan Burns
My conversation with Dan Burns, manager of the IOW Island Games table tennis team about their recent success in Gibraltar.
55 minutes | Jan 24, 2019
S1 Ep10: Heath Monaghan
Heath manages Aspire Ryde, which he started with £1000 of his own money, and which now brings around £1.5million of value to the local community. He talks about how the voluntary sector could be more professional in some areas, the difference between leading and managing people, and much much more. This is the last episode in Season 1 of the Isle of Wight Show. We'll be back soon - in the meantime, thanks for listening!
56 minutes | Jan 18, 2019
S1 Ep9: Simon Ledger
Musician and promoter Simon Ledger talks about the charity single he put together after losing both his Dad and Stepdad at a young age, working for the Russian Mafia and Olympics (not at the same time!), and the impact TV shows like 'The X Factor' are having on the music industry.
74 minutes | Jan 14, 2019
S1 Ep8: Ian Boyd
In this incredibly wide-ranging conversation, Ian talks about his work in conservation and regeneration, what we can do to contribute, the human microbiome ... and the National Poo Museum!
40 minutes | Nov 28, 2018
S1 Ep7: Tim Marshall & Ben Bartram
Tim and Ben founded the IW Beer and Buses Weekend five years ago. They talk to us about how it has grown, what it brings to the Isle of Wight, and plans for next year.
42 minutes | Nov 15, 2018
S1 Ep6: Ron Bowler
Ron started working for Moreys (now Jewson) in 1981, and talks to us about running a successful business. He also started 'Walk the Wight', and discusses how it has grown from 30 people taking part to around 9000!
58 minutes | Nov 8, 2018
S1 Ep5: Paul Armfield
Originally from Birmingham, Paul is a well-respected musician, and has been managing the Quay Arts Centre in Newport for the last two years. We talk about the role in society of arts centres like the Quay, the quality available on the Isle of Wight, and Paul’s time in Czechoslovakia shortly after the revolution.
52 minutes | Oct 5, 2018
S1 Ep4: Den Clare
Den moved to the Island as a teenager, and has been here ever since. He spent time as a policeman before ending up owning two shops in Shanklin. He is perhaps best known for his work as a hypnotherapist, and in this episode we dig into how Den got involved with hypnosis, what it is, how it works, the sort of ailments it can help with, and much more. Enjoy!
51 minutes | Sep 18, 2018
S1 Ep3: Matt Harwood
When he's not running the family business, Matt is an avid surfer. He talks about his work with Surfers Against Sewage, the IOW Surf Club, his role as coach for the England Adaptive Surfing team, and how each of us can make a difference.
47 minutes | Sep 13, 2018
S1 Ep2: Angelina & Johnny Grimshaw
Well known local musician Angelina Grimshaw is joined by her artist dad, Johnny, for this entertaining interview. We talk about arriving on the Island with the wrong black bags, dig in to where they both get their inspiration from, and discuss the importance of trust and truth in art.
65 minutes | Sep 12, 2018
S1 Ep1: Kevin Wilson
Kevin is a journalist, playwright, author and radio presenter. In this wide-ranging conversation he talks about how surviving cancer sparked his creativity, good and bad advice for writers, running marathons, and much more. Please enjoy!
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