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Interview with Ben | Teenage Cancer Trust

22nd April 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Interview with Ben | Teenage Cancer Trust

The Virgin Money London Marathon has been held for 37 years and sees participates run over 42km around the River Thames.

Some people run the London Marathon for fun, others run it competitively, and many run it for charity.

This year’s Virgin Money London Marathon ‘Charity of the Year’ is the Teenage Cancer Trust – an extremely important charity which ensures that young people have the expert treatment and support that they need, from the moment they hear the word “cancer”.

For more information about Teenage Cancer Trust, click here.

Ben was 17 when he got diagnosed with a synovial sarcoma in his leg; now he’s taking on the challenge of running 26.2 miles to raise awareness for the charity which supported him, the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The marathon falls pretty much a year to the day to when he was diagnosed, and now that he’s finished treatment he’s looking to study medicine (after his A Levels) and become a doctor because of his cancer experience.

James Gilmore interviewed Ben about his experience with the Teenage Cancer Trust, preparing for the marathon and more.

James Gilmore interviews Ben

James Gilmore interviews Ben about his experience with the Teenage Cancer Trust, preparing for the marathon and more. (7 minutes)

Alec Feldman’s Party Dot Com: Free Stuff

17th April 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Alec Feldman’s Party Dot Com: Free Stuff

DoubleU DoubleU DoubleU Dot Party Dot Com. That is the (really catchy) name of the latest of the new political parties to be formed in recent months. But this one is different – this party is exclusively for the young, and against the over 30s.

And already we’re having an impact. This week, UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn announced a policy of free bus passes for everyone – EVERYONE – under 25. This is a clear response to the threat posed by our party.

But Alec Feldman wasn’t having any of it. First off, he announced a policy of giving everyone under 25 a free bus – not just a bus pass, an actual bus. And then he took suggestions from party members for other things that should be made free.

The outcome – well, hear it for yourself. But don’t be surprised if you see Nandos popping up in your school canteens some time soon...

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Alec Feldman Needs To Know What You Want For Free

Alec Feldman crowd-sources what stuff people should get for free if his political party comes into power. (5 minutes)



Click here to listen to Alec Feldman's latest radio show, on demand on W!ZARD Repeats.

Alec Feldman: What can £5.55 buy you?

17th April 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Alec Feldman: What can £5.55 buy you?

Until recently, Alec Feldman had lived in London his whole life. But during his return home from his adopted city of Leeds (in the north), he’s looked at home in a new light.

Mainly, how expensive everything is.

When meeting a friend in a North London pub, Alec was shocked to discover that a sandwich – yes, definitely a sandwich and not anything else you might buy in a pub – set him back £5.55. So to make a point about how obscenely expensive that was, he set out to discover what else that £5.55 could’ve got him.

Hear him quiz W!ZARD Radio Station’s James Gilmore below, and have a go at playing along yourself!

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Alec Feldman Plays A Game Based on Sandwiches

Alec Feldman quizzes James Gilmore on what you can buy for the price of a sandwich in London. (8 minutes)



Click here to listen to Alec Feldman's latest radio show, on demand on W!ZARD Repeats.