A Chat with Kamal Jabbar about his book, “UAE Business Essentials: Practical Legal Protections for Individuals, Entrepreneurs and SMEs” which is now an audiobook.

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Our special guest on Episode 7 of Red All Over Youtube is Kevin Sampson, the writer of ‘Anne’ the ITV drama about the Hillsborough disaster and the fight for justice.

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A chat with Professor David Christopher Lane about his life, beliefs and his book “The Projected Multiverse” which is now an audiobook.

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Find out more about David and his work here;
https://sites.google.com/site/theneur…

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Free Audiobook

06Jan22

A chat with Tracy Gregory about ‘Level Up, Kaiju! – A LitRPG Adventure’ which is now an audiobook.

The download the audiobook, click here for the UK;
https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/B09JXVYH…

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https://www.goodreads.com/author/show…

https://www.grahammack.com/audiobooks

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ishKiia Paige and I talk about the audiobook ‘Fractured’.

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Mack Nuggets

17Dec21

Here’s what I got up to on Great British Radio in 2021.

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Episode 6 features special guests, Benny Punk from The Brighton Kop, Brian Barwick, former head of BBC Sport, editor of Match of the Day, Controller of ITV Sport and FA Chief Executive and a surprise guest!

Find out more about Red All Over The land Here;
https://redallovertheland.com/

The Brighton Kop;
https://www.thebrightonkop.com/

Brian Barwick
https://www.barwickmediasport.com/

Graham Mack
https://www.grahammack.com/

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Free Audiobook!

25Nov21

At chat with Shauna Richmond, the writer of Shattered Steel.

In a world plagued with demons, bandits, and shape-shifters, Catherine finds herself straying from her pack as they escape the hunters that stumbled across their camp. Finding herself in Oakwood, the land of the gentry, the brazen peasant finds herself attracting all sorts of attention.

Catherine must find a way to survive in the world of the nobles, even if that means being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Her world turns on its head as a chance encounter with a man known as the Highland Reaper turns into a secret love affair. How will this notorious killer react when he finds out what she truly is? Will his unsavoury past come back to bite them both? Too many choices, too many expectations, and two questions. How do you tame a wolf? How can you love a monster?

Check out the audiobook here for the UK;
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Check out Shauna on Instagram; @shauna.richmond

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Russ Williams

18Nov21

A chat with the Broadcasting legend Russ Williams on Podcast Radio.

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A chat with Lorraine Kelly and her daughter Rosie for Podcast Radio.

https://whatif.podigee.io/

https://www.thepodcastradio.co.uk/

https://www.grahammack.com/

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A chat on Podcast Radio with Tom Bell who is an expert in wilful blindness, ethical fading, and the building of trust in Public Services. He’s a former public sector manager and Whistleblower and highlights the need for radical change in the way our public services are run. Tom is a fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and author of Lions, Liars, Donkeys and Penguins – The Killing of Alison. The book is a true story about the suicide of his sister Alison following a period of abuse in an NHS mental health hospital.

Get more information in Tom’s links, here;

Cormetis Consulting – https://www.cormetis.com/

About Tom https://www.cormetis.com/about-tom

Humanity & Integrity in Public Sector Services – https://www.hipss.org.uk/

What happened to Alison – Alison’s Story https://alisonsstory.com/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/TominCumbria

https://cormetis.teachable.com/p/wilful-blindness-and-trust-at-work

The 5-Minute Friday Podcast – https://anchor.fm/cormetis

Check out Podcast Radio here;

https://www.thepodcastradio.co.uk/

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I had a chat with Chris M. Christian, the author of ‘The Crimson Gods’.

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I had a chat with Nellie H. Steel about her Jack’s Journal series which I have narrated as audiobooks.

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We were both happy before kickoff

The first thing that struck me at the game away at Watford was how many half-and-half scarves were on sale outside the ground and how many Watford fans had bought them and were wearing them. I’ve never understood the appeal of those things and surely no true fan would go anywhere near one.

I don’t get to many Liverpool games these days. It’s partly because I live in Hertfordshire, 186 miles from Anfield and partly because of the current ticketing system. Until I make it to the top of the season ticket waiting list, which I’ve been on for 15 years (hurry up with the expansion of the Anfield Road end, please!) tickets to home games will continue to be hard to get and away tickets, almost impossible.

So when Paul O’Reilly, an old mate of mine, who is a season ticket holder at Watford called me on the Friday night saying the bloke he sits next to couldn’t make it and would I like to go with him, I jumped at the chance.

I’d never been to Vicarage Road before and it turned out that Claudio Ranieri was also making his debut in facilities reserved for the home team. Thankfully I had a better day than him.

The Watford fans around me were great. There was a real family type vibe about the place, not a hint of aggro and I never heard any “sign on” type stuff.

What a game, five nil, a hat trick from Bobby, a marvelous goal from Mane assisted by Mo and of course Mo’s genius wonder goal in the 54th minute. It was so one-sided that at half time when one of Paul’s mates got a text from a bloke was watching it on the telly that said Watford only had 16% of the possession he said, “I don’t think it was even that much, they must have included the Watford ball boys!”

I know I’m not the only Liverpool fan who managed to get into Vicarage Road on a home supporters ticket on Saturday. JJP told me a mate of his did the same thing and I met a bloke called Luke who sat two seats away from me who is a Leicester based Liverpool fan.

Maybe all of those people wearing half-and-half scarves were Liverpool fans! The perfect disguise.

The first thing that struck me at the game away at Watford was how many half-and-half scarves were on sale outside the ground and how many Watford fans had bought them and were wearing them. I’ve never understood the appeal of those things and surely no true fan would go anywhere near one.

I don’t get to many Liverpool games these days. It’s partly because I live in Hertfordshire, 186 miles from Anfield and partly because of the current ticketing system. Until I make it to the top of the season ticket waiting list, which I’ve been on for 15 years (hurry up with the expansion of the Anfield Road end, please!) tickets to home games will continue to be hard to get and away tickets, almost impossible.

So when Paul O’Reilly, an old mate of mine, who is a season ticket holder at Watford called me on the Friday night saying the bloke he sits next to couldn’t make it and would I like to go with him, I jumped at the chance.

I’d never been to Vicarage Road before and it turned out that Claudio Ranieri was also making his debut in facilities reserved for the home team. Thankfully I had a better day than him.

The Watford fans around me were great. There was a real family type vibe about the place, not a hint of aggro and I never heard any “sign on” type stuff.

What a game, five nil, a hat trick from Bobby, a marvelous goal from Mane assisted by Mo and of course Mo’s genius wonder goal in the 54th minute. It was so one-sided that at half time when one of Paul’s mates got a text from a bloke was watching it on the telly that said Watford only had 16% of the possession he said, “I don’t think it was even that much, they must have included the Watford ball boys!”

I know I’m not the only Liverpool fan who managed to get into Vicarage Road on a home supporters ticket on Saturday. JJP told me a mate of his did the same thing and I met a bloke called Luke who sat two seats away from me who is a Leicester based Liverpool fan. 

Maybe all of those people wearing half-and-half scarves were Liverpool fans! The perfect disguise.  

The first thing that struck me at the game away at Watford was how many half-and-half scarves were on sale outside the ground and how many Watford fans had bought them and were wearing them. I’ve never understood the appeal of those things and surely no true fan would go anywhere near one.

I don’t get to many Liverpool games these days. It’s partly because I live in Hertfordshire, 186 miles from Anfield and partly because of the current ticketing system. Until I make it to the top of the season ticket waiting list, which I’ve been on for 15 years (hurry up with the expansion of the Anfield Road end, please!) tickets to home games will continue to be hard to get and away tickets, almost impossible.

So when Paul O’Reilly, an old mate of mine, who is a season ticket holder at Watford called me on the Friday night saying the bloke he sits next to couldn’t make it and would I like to go with him, I jumped at the chance.

I’d never been to Vicarage Road before and it turned out that Claudio Ranieri was also making his debut in facilities reserved for the home team. Thankfully I had a better day than him.

The Watford fans around me were great. There was a real family type vibe about the place, not a hint of aggro and I never heard any “sign on” type stuff.

What a game, five nil, a hat trick from Bobby, a marvelous goal from Mane assisted by Mo and of course Mo’s genius wonder goal in the 54th minute. It was so one-sided that at half time when one of Paul’s mates got a text from a bloke was watching it on the telly that said Watford only had 16% of the possession he said, “I don’t think it was even that much, they must have included the Watford ball boys!”

I know I’m not the only Liverpool fan who managed to get into Vicarage Road on a home supporters ticket on Saturday. JJP told me a mate of his did the same thing and I met a bloke called Luke who sat two seats away from me who is a Leicester based Liverpool fan. 

Maybe all of those people wearing half-and-half scarves were Liverpool fans! The perfect disguise.  

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Danielle and I talk about life, her influences and The Data Collectors series.

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Mack Nuggets

14Oct21

Here’s what I’ve been up to on Great British Radio lately.

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John Pearman & Graham Mack talk to award-winning former BBC senior commentator Alan Green about the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle United. We cross live to the USA and find out why Kieran Hardy is running The Liverpool Marathon in a Liverpool suit, get the latest on the Red All Over The Land live show with John Barnes at the Florrie on November 13, Anfield pubs in trouble because of NFC, pointless international games and Sir Roger Hunt.

http://www.runforsean.com/

https://myliverpoolsuit.com/

https://www.Redallovertheland.com

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Here’s what I’ve been up to on Podcast Radio lately.

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Anthony Davis is a Los Angeles based, British broadcaster, journalist, actor, writer, comedian and one of the world’s most recognisable voice over talents. He hosts the podcast, Five Minute News which can be heard on Podcast Radio in the UK on DAB and online here;
https://www.thepodcastradio.co.uk/

Find out more about Anthony here;
https://anthonydavis.com/

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My latest chat with Piper Terrett covered a lot of ground including the many things I got into trouble for while working in local radio.

Here’s the TV show I mentioned;

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