I have always loved music and for the past 20 years took an active interest in health and wellbeing, so what better way to combine both, than in my own health radio show? My Dad used to pretend to be an opera singer in front of the hall mirror when I was young. I love attending and listening to opera music to this day. Some years ago, I was married to an extraordinarily good bass player, and I managed the band he played in for a while. We travelled the UK and Europe gigging. I managed to get them in for 3 years running within the summer programme at the National Theatre, Festival Hall, and they also played at Wembley and Glastonbury. Based in London, it was difficult to get gigs, and so we created our own music venue and had musicians from all over the world come and join us every month. Having experienced 4 episodes of cancer and cured myself of a kidney disease I was born with, I now mentor people on how to recover from cancer and to be proactive, taking responsibility for their own health journey.
For two years I ran a weekly health radio show, combining guest interviews, health guidance and music. I am an outspoken person and was compelled to resign my volunteer presenter position so that I could continue sharing my personal views, without the directors losing sleep on what I might be saying next. I can’t bear injustice and misrepresentation. The current world situation has prompted me to be even more outspoken as it represents everything I abhor.
My interviews have always been aired on various audio platforms and will continue to relate to health and wellbeing, and I will also add some business related interviews.
If you’d like to be interviewed and featured in a podcast which you are welcome to share to your audiences, please complete the following form and schedule yourself into my diary.