Wheathampstead jeweller on the airwaves this Friday

12:00 14 June 2012

Verulam Radio Drive Time DJ Danny Smith.

Verulam Radio Drive Time DJ Danny Smith.

Archant

A WHEATHAMPSTEAD jewellers will host Radio Verulam’s drivetime team tomorrow.

Rachel Jeffery Contemporary Jewellers will welcome presenter Danny Smith and the West Herts Drivetime gang in their workshop, where the show will go out live.

The show had previously broadcast from the Herts Advertiser’s Market Place offices, where it launched the Drivetime on the Road initiative.

Danny said: “Following on from our successful show broadcast from the new offices of the Herts Advertiser, we had lots of invitations from local places of work. The first one in was Rachel Jeffery Jewellers in Wheathampstead.”

“We are looking forward to seeing lots of interesting work places over the coming months - and want to hear from listeners if they would like us to visit their place of work. We hope people enjoy the show this Friday and that the excitement of doing a live show from a remote location is clearly evident.”

Catch the show this Friday from 4-7pm. To have the team come to your workplace, call 01727 839926 whilst they are on air or email danny@radioverulam.com.

0 comments

More news stories

Yesterday, 21:00
Unhappy Meadowcroft residents

Residents are urging the council to reject a retrospective planning application for a chimney which, they say, is spewing “noxious gases” into their homes and gardens.

Yesterday, 19:25
Paul Draper and the Captain of HMS St Albans

County Club members Paul and Sandra Draper made sure they were not all at sea when they joined affiliates of the ship at a reception held by HMS St Albans.

Yesterday, 17:04
James Nesbitt learns some lines outside the old town hall during filming of Sky One's Lucky Man

Tv-stars James Nesbitt and Omid Djalili were in town today filming comic-book-legend Stan Lee’s new police drama for Sky 1.

Yesterday, 15:00
Emma Perkins outside Kustomys Security shop which has had the outside displays vandalised two weeks in a row

A new city centre security shop has suffered a blow in its first two weeks of trading after the frontage was vandalised not once, but twice.

Most read stories

Digital Edition

Image
Read the The Herts Advertiser e-edition today E-edition