This week I interview Emma Lewis from swimming company -Swim Baby Swim which has been established for over 30 years. The founder Anne Hawley is a published author and expert in infant swimming.
They teach in central London and many city centres but have brought their classes to Croydon twice a week since January 2014. These classes are taught by Anne Hawley herself.
Emma feels that many Croydon mums and dads would benefit from knowing more about these classes and the company's ethos and have the opportunity to teach their child to swim under the expertise of Anne Hawley.
Emma is giving away one week's intensive swimming course from 7 - 11 April.
I will also chat to Glen McCready from Coulsden's Stagecoach, an acting, singing and drama workshop for children from 4 - 18 year olds. He will be giving away a two week free trial at their Saturday afternoon main school which runs at Woodcote High School from 2:30 to 5:30pm (26th April & 3rd May 2014). This comprises an hour of Singing, an hour of Dance and an hour of Drama.
With the usual eclectic array of top tunes, dedications and shout-outs it promises to be a great show for parents and non-parents alike.
Croydon Press & Events
We chat in the studio with Mark Samuel who intends to run for the council with a set of independent candidates.
We hear the Rev'd Barabara Gentilella speaking on Women's World Day of Prayer at the Good Shepherd church, New Addington of Isis and Mary.
Seb Dance, a London candidate for the May 22 European elections explains why he thinks people should vote Labour in Europe.
We also talk with Debbie Mulungye of AMP House about the bounce back in the Croydon office market.
Croydon Press & Events with Dawn Assefa and Andrew Pelling (noon every Wednesday) gets the latest exclusives from the Croydon Guardian press room, keeps Croydon up to date with community groups and events and recalls a few poptastic chart toppers from exactly 50 years ago.
The Carers Show
On the Carers Show there will be something for everyone, an hour of lovely easy listening music, news and information on carers issues will be of particular interest to anyone who has ever been or is now a carer for a family member or friend.
I invite you to send in your requests and dedications for tunes. There are so many support groups and charities in Croydon and nationwide giving practical and legal advice and emotional support and I will be interviewing people from these organisations, benifits agencies, life coaches and therapists, I can also signpost you to organisations relevent to your personal circumstances.
Being a carer at times in our lives can be very isolating, no need to be any more on a Wednesday lunchtime tune into the Carers Show at Croydon Radio.
A "Culturtainmentness" show.
Yes, I did invent a word (or two) there... It's a mash-up of Culture, Entertainment and Mindfulness coz we'll "unleash" each one of those beauties every fortnight. Ah yeah!
This week, in the (rather delayed but ever present) wake of the Oscars, we're unlyshing cinema in London!
I'm talking to the Phoenix Cinema's executive director and cinema manager: Elizabeth Taylor-Mead and Kate McCarthy, respectively.
I'm also chatting with the Crystal Palace Picture Project; Cineworld @ the O2 in Greenwich and the Master Groove will be telling us about 70s and 80s cinema!
Team that with a soundtrack guessing game competition, another quote to get you through the week, an Oscars wash-down, some fun facts and some great music... I think we've got ourselves a fun show lined up, don't you?!
Got any song requests? Topics you want unleashed? Shoutbox me or tweet me @AlyshaWood and start your tweet with #Unlyshed