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It's volunteers week and Andrew Colby had the chance of speaking with Kristine Davies UHCW Volunteer Facilitator about volunteering within the hospital.
Darren Harriott chats with Coventry Telegraph sports reporter Bobby Bridge about grassroot rugby in Coventry and the Coventry and Warwickshire rugby awards
Darren Harriott chats with Coventry United Chairman Peter Reynolds
Colin Gutteridge finds out from Colin Fraser about his role as a Railway Chaplian.
Paul Sammon joined Simon and laura to have a chat about winning Rugby's Got Talent 2019, you can hear the interview and his top 5 favourite songs including one of him singing Chris Stapleton's Tennessee Whiskey.
Colin Gutteridge chats with Sue Crewe-Smith, a Senior Physiotherapist in UHCW
September is Sepsis Awareness Month so our Andrew Colby helped to promote this by finding out a bit more about the infection from Cindy Smart a member of the Sepsis Team and Sepsis survivor Kim Smith.
Darren Harriott chats with Jack Linstead Founder and Owner of Jacks Shack Coffee House in Warwick
Colin Gutteridge chats with Husband-and-wife duo Andrew and Lynda Gibbons who go singing around the wards of University Hospital and Rugby St. Cross Hospital. Colin finds out how their lives have been influenced by music, other volunteer work that they have been involved in and how they became involved with this hospital.
Karen Wagstaff spoke to Colin about Healthy Lifestyles Coventry, an organisation set up in Coventry to promote and encourage a healthier way of living. Karen also provides a few tips on what you can do, even from a hospital bed, to maintain or even improve your health. She also reminds us what the "Stoptober" campaign is all about.