London's best radio talk show where Londoners get to discuss the light and shade of life in the capital - the Vanessa Feltz show goes out Mon-Sat from 9am-12midday on 94.9fm.
Fri, 6 Dec 13
29 days remaining
This week former South Africa president, and the leader of the anti-apartheid movement, Nelson Mandela passed away at his home in Johannesburg aged 95. Also this week we heard that every day 67 children start smoking in London. Despite public health advertising, gruesome ailments on packaging, smokers banished outside, children are still taking up this addictive habit. Also this week we talked about begging in London.
Fri, 29 Nov 13
22 days remaining
On the podcast this week:Vanessa dedicated part of her show to talk about pensions. She spoke to Ros Altmann, a pensions and economic policy expert who gave advice to lots of worried callers. She was also joined by Steve Webb, Minister of State for Pensions and Gregg McClymont Shadow Pensions Minister for the Department of Work and Pensions.
Fri, 22 Nov 13
15 days remaining
This week London’s Mayor Boris Johnson joined Vanessa in the studio. They started off by discussing the six recent cycling deaths in the capital.
Fri, 15 Nov 13
8 days remaining
On the podcast this week: a man died in hospital following a collision with a double decker bus while he was cycling in East London. He was the 5th cyclist in 9 days to be killed on London's roads. Also the Former PM John Major was 'shocked' that the country is still run by the middle class. Plus we wondered if giving low income mums 200 pounds worth of shopping vouchers would get them breastfeeding.
Fri, 8 Nov 13
1 day remaining
On the podcast this week: Nikki Bedi talked about CCTV cameras being used outside schools to catch parents who park illegally outside schools, and Kate Garraway talked about the launch of the first segregated section of a cycle superhighway. Plus Harriet Scott was joined in the studio by Arlene Phillips and Linda Nolan. They discussed comments made by football executive Karren Brady who says 'Childcare is the biggest barrier to women in workplace'.
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