Sunday, 2 November 2008

Radio Five Live

I'm back and I will be chatting to Donal McIntyre tonight on his radio five live show at 7.30pm. He wants to discuss the rising violence against paramedics (and by that I think he means ambulance staff in general).

Tune in if you can. I'm on duty today, so hopefully I'll get back home in time to take his call!

Xf

8 comments:

Hugh said...

aha - well that explains why BBC Radio 2 was talking about 8000 addressess in the UK being flagged, as being "Do Not Enter without Police in Attendance"

Dani said...

Hope it all goes well

MarkUK said...

Sorry, only caught the last bit of your chat.

I understand that there are about 8500 homes tagged in the UK. That's about 0.04%.

Frankly, I'd have thought that it was higher!

Steve Irwin said...

Just listened to the podcast, great to put a voice to the online personality!

Keep up the good work mate!

miss emma said...

I missed the live interview but managed to download it! Great input from you!

As soon as the text was read out about giving your next door neighbours address I mentioned to my mum that they had just given out a great way to cheat the system and then you almost repeated what I had said! So you are an amazing paramedic AND a mind-reader!

Have a good week!

tankstephen said...

hi stewart, the show was very informative... i did not know the assaults on ambulance staff were as bad as they were, something i have to look forward to.

if anyone would like to listen to it, you can do so on the bbc iplayer...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00f86w8/Donal_MacIntyre_02112008/

take care,

steve

Jo said...

{Sigh} missed it, but thanks to the magic of Listen Again, will hear it this evening after work :-)

How did it go? The BBC Have Your Say comments on the subject are the usual charming mixture of "Let all scum die" and "It's a paramedic's job to be assaulted"...

Feathers said...

Never knew that! re UK addresses being flagged as being do not enter without police in attendance.

It is a very sad state of affairs, missed the broadcast.