Wednesday, 27 February 2013

A BOLAND SHOW EXCLUSIVE: This photo (below) shows the terrifying moments just before a hot air balloon, with 20 tourists aboard, exploded in a fireball 1,000ft above the Valley Of The Kings In Egypt. 19 tourists perished during the early morning flight over the ancient ruins of Luxor when their balloon caught fire and exploded after it hit a power line. In an exclusive interview Maurice will be chatting to retired policeman Linda Lea, 67, from Stoke-on-Trent, who will tell him that she nearly died in the exact same balloon': She will tell of horror plunge into the Nile just two years ago. Thankfully she lived but ended up spending four months in hospital with 26 broken bones including a broken back, broken bones in her neck, broken ribs and collarbone and an open fracture to her leg and could not hide her distress that another incident had happened so soon afterwards. Now Mrs Lea has accused the balloon operators of failing to learn from previous accidents. She said: "I was driving when I heard about the latest crash. I had to pull up and stop because I went straight into a vivid flashback. "I have suffered flashbacks ever since my accident on April 25, 2009 and I am in constant pain every day. "When I have flashbacks I can see people cartwheeling through the air, but I don't know if I'm imagining it or if it was real. The operators have learned nothing."It is disgusting that apparently nothing has changed over the last four years >>>>>>>>>Best selling author Fredrick Forsyth will also join the guest to review this weeks press>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Join Boland on Thursday at 10am on Marbella’s talk radio station iTalkfm or listen live on www.italkfm.com or try www.radiotuna.com type in italk.

Monday, 25 February 2013

Tuesday morning on the Boland Show when his guests include Tenerife correspondent Cliodna O’Flynn talking to us about the ongoing trial of the terrifying story of a madman who hacked off a woman's head in a busy Tenerife shop. One witness at the trial Describing the horrific attack said : 'There was no argument, nothing was said between them. We passed her in the same shopping aisle and then saw him on her, stabbing her with a knife. We heard her gasp for breath. He withdrew the knife out of the neck and then put it back in again’.>>>>>>>> The next subject is not the most pleasant but we all suffer from it; flatulence/bloating topic. It could be too much coffee, a slipped disc... or even diabetes. Maurice’s next guest will give us a A belly full of facts revealing the possible causes of a sore tummy. He will tell us often a tummy ache is the result of something fairly obvious — a long-term condition such as irritable bowel syndrome, a simple case of indigestion or maybe, for a woman, it could be that time of the month. But for some of us, the cause isn’t quite so apparent. ‘Many of us think the cause of stomach pain, not illogically, originates from within the tummy. So how about these for sub heading to discus: Feeling bloated when you eat: Possible cause: diabetes. Going to the loo helps: Possible Cause: diet drinks/gum. Nausea after meals: Possible cause: angina. These and many more complaints will be explained by the Boland Shows next guest Dr Anton Emmanuel Consultant Neurogastroenterologist & Senior Lecturer. >>>>>>>> Part 2 of yesterdays interview with Geoffrey Ellis is scheduled for today. Ellis who spent forty years in the music business, working closely with the Beatles and Brian Epstein during the 60s, and Elton John and his management in the '70s. From an unrivalled position he has written a highly informed account of the music business from the 60s to the mid 90s and an insider's view of the careers of many of the most significant players. His insight is less than adulatory and often critical, in particular of the Beatles and Brian Epstein, his friend. During the '60s Geoffrey Ellis was chief Executive of NEMS Enterprises, Brian Epstein's company, at the time when the Beatles became global superstars. His book contains insights and stories, many previously unpublished, concerning the often tortuous business and personal affairs of Epstein, and the aftermath of his death. Today’s interview will concentrate on the aftermath of Brian Epstein and the Beatles, picking up the story about life with Elton John>>>>>>>> Every thought what life would have been like if you hade worked and lived on a luxury cruise liner well the final guest today, Marc Sorrentino will tell us all about that, his agency Excellent Entertainment ltd success rests on its ability to match both talent and etiquette, a winning and essential formula for success on the high seas. Today the agency represents some of the finest talent and staff on the high seas! >>>>>>>> Boland on Tuesday at 10am on Marbella’s talk radio station iTalkfm or listen live on www.italkfm.com or try www.radiotuna.com type in italk.
The Boland Show when the guests will include Irish author Ruth Dudley Edwards. Described as a sometime academic, teacher, marketing executive and civil servant, a historian and prize-winning biographer (the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Victor Gollancz: a biography), her recent non-fiction books include True Brits: inside the Foreign Office, The Pursuit of Reason: The Economist 1843-1993. Ruth will giving her view on the latest headlines that are rocking the Catholic church; UK's top cardinal accused of 'inappropriate acts' by priests. Three priests and former priest report Cardinal Keith O'Brien to Vatican over claims stretching back 33 years.>>>>>>>>> One the most important names in Brian Epstein’s inner circle was Maurice’s next guest Peter Ellis who spent forty years in the music business, working closely with the Beatles and Brian Epstein during the 60s, and Elton John and his management in the '70s. From an unrivalled position he has written a highly informed account of the music business from the 60s to the mid 90s and an insider's view of the careers of many of the most significant players. His insight is less than adulatory and often critical, in particular of the Beatles and Brian Epstein, his friend. During the '60s Geoffrey Ellis was chief Executive of NEMS Enterprises, Brian Epstein's company, at the time when the Beatles became global superstars. His book contains insights and stories, many previously unpublished, concerning the often tortuous business and personal affairs of Epstein, and the aftermath of his death. There is also much about Elton john, of whose management Ellis formed a vital part from the earliest days with Dick James Music and then with John Reid Enterprises, including a trenchant account of the High court action brought by Elton John against Dick James, in the course of which Ellis himself spent two and a half days in the witness box. >>>>>>>>> Also on the guest list is lawyer Nick Cowan who used to manage Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood through his tumultuous years, drugs and there was plenty of them, sex, none stop and not always with the wife and rock and role. Nick will be descusing Ronnies ex wife Jo Wood’s biography which • lifts the lid on their relationship. The rock n' roll pair met 35 years ago, married in 1985 and divorced in 2009. The book reveals secrets about their year 'freebasing cocaine', Ronnie's alcoholism and how the rocker once blew their children's school fees on a Rolex.>>>>>>>>Finaly local guest actress Carol Woolworth talking about the latest International Theatre Studio’s production 'Dirty Dusting' by Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood and is a racy comedy featuring 3 elderly office cleaners.>>>>>>>>Boland on Monday at 10am on Marbella’s talk radio station iTalkfm or listen live on www.italkfm.com or try www.radiotuna.com type in italk.