“4 for me, 2 for you, 1 for the Malt Loaf & 1 for Sarah Johnson-Griffiths…. ”
Matthew Roberts presented this month’s NHS Halton CCG Radio Show with Alec Schofield in the Producer’s Chair.
We were joined throughout the show by NHS Halton CCG alumni Simon Banks and Dr Cliff Richards MBE (who updated us on their activities since leaving the CCG).
We chatted on the phone with Roy Lilley (07.00) about the Academy of Fabulous Stuff and the importance of innovation within the NHS. Later on we were joined in the studio by Sarah Johnson-Griffiths (50.00) from HBC’s Public Health Team to stress the importance of staying active and not over indulging over Christmas. Finally, Halton legend Bob Bryant BEM (01.16.58), founder of the Let’s go Stroke Club phoned in to say hello.
The team also discussed walking cricket, Springsteen tribute acts, sausage rolls without sausage meat and Alec’s wife’s expensive moisturizer habit.
To listen to the show, click on the play button below.