Posts Tagged ‘NHS’

Mack Nuggets

04Aug19

The longest I’ve ever stayed at the same radio station is five years. That was BOBfm in Herts, Beds and Bucks. Here’s some of my favourite bits from my last two years there, including: Disaster at Titanic the Musical; A stuck story; The ultimate protest song; Miscommunication; What was on the roof of the car?; […]


Blame Storming

02Jun18

Why are your kids so fat? Before I reveal the answer, let me just put your mind at rest, it’s not YOUR fault because this is Britain. Britain is the greatest country on earth because when you live here, NOTHING is your fault. If you can’t find a job, it’s because of immigration, if you […]


Mack Nuggets

01Jun18

Here’s what I’ve been up to on BOBfm lately, including: Fat shaming. The lady filmed shaving her legs in a public swimming pool. Diversity in the NHS. Boris Johnson gets pranked. Israel wins Eurovision. Disgruntled tourists knock Britain. No more cheap booze in Scotland. Should wolf whistling be banned? Unleaded food and drink. The Ikea […]


London Calling

03Mar17

In the latest episode of my American radio show; Angry rants about traffic congestion and an idiot who can’t see the solution staring him in the face; The truth about house prices in Britain; The petition to ban Donald Trump; The real reason Britain’s socialized medicine isn’t working and Vietnam veteran Jim Lenton checks in […]


Mack Nuggets

01Oct16

Here’s what I’ve been up to on BOBfm lately, including: What has Keith Vaz been up to?; When Nadine got stuck in a lift live on BOBfm; Confusion over a crack; The battle with Siri continues; Tech you don’t get on with; A school uniform story; When Jackie got locked out; The worst gift; The solution […]


Blame Storming

09Aug16

Reading the Daily Mail is great because it reminds you that nothing is your fault. If you’re fat, it’s because supermarkets are promoting obesity by allowing ‘special offers’ on fizzy drinks. If your kids are fat, it’s not because YOU feed them too much, it’s because there are too many fast food places near schools. […]


Cough up!

12Jan16

The big tobacco companies must be laughing their heads off! British American Tobacco, the makers of the e-Voke electronic cigarettes, have won approval from the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). That means electronic cigarettes could be prescribed on the NHS. Your tax money will be going to a company that’s part of an […]


Suckers!

30Sep15

Money collected in tax should not be used to pay for pacifiers for idiots! The first official review into the health impact of e-cigarettes concluded that they should be provided on the NHS. The report says that smoking e-cigarettes is 95 per cent safer than smoking tobacco. You know what is 100% safer than smoking […]


What have the health watchdog, NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) got against doctors? NICE claim that GPs are over-prescribing antibiotics and as a result we’re facing an “antibiotic apocalypse“, where long-forgotten infections could kill again, due to rising numbers of bugs that are now resistant. That sounds scary but it’s not […]


At first I thought an “Osteopath” was a serial killer who murders ostriches. That’s not what goes on at all. I’ve Googled it and found out that osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person’s muscles and joints. I’ll find out more later today because […]


I don’t understand people who are scared of the dentist. I went for a check-up yesterday and it was no big deal at all. I lay back, he prodded around, said some numbers out loud to the nurse and cleaned my teeth with a water pick. OK, it wasn’t the most pleasurable experience but it wasn’t […]


Pants on Fire

27Jan14

You can tell there’s a general election next year. Politicians on all sides have been trying to win us over by talking about taxation, immigration and protecting the NHS. They’ve also been making promises they can’t keep like free childcare, an extra £20 a week for you if you lose a long term job and […]