As it’s #InternationalWomensWeek here on Spark, each day this week we will be dropping a new episode of our NEW podcast! Each episode will focus on women’s issues and contain lots of discussion from other women. In the first episode we concentrate on contraception, which can be daunting for all women at any age. Episode […]
Not only are Spark playing ALL women artists and having female presenters all day, Sunday the 8th of March, for International Women’s Day. BUT, Spark is going 1 better…International Women’s Week sees a breakfast takeover from the 9th till the 13th of March to celebrate the occasion. This week will include female presenters all over […]
Hello and welcome to the first-ever series of ECO-Logical on Spark. The only radio programme in the North East entirely dedicated to environmental issues. You can catch up on all the interviews below.
Matthew Maltas is a local fashion designer, studying at the University of Sunderland. He is a third-year student and has already began his career by collaborating with Port Independent. I spoke to Matthew Maltas about the inspiration behind his designs and what’s next? First of all, I want to say congratulations on this collab with […]
To celebrate and raise awareness of Refugee Week, Good Vibes Presenter, Thushara spoke to CEO and Founder of Action Foundation, Julian Prior, discussing what the charity has been doing to celebrate Refugee Week, as well as reflecting on their journey in a year which sees Action Foundation celebrating 10 years. For anyone not familiar to […]
I recently had the privilege of talking to Personal Trainer and founder of GYMBAM Jimmy Bamborough. You can tune in to Spark on 107FM or online on Wednesday (8th May) to hear the full interview, but for now here’s a sneak-peak of what we spoke about! Jimmy: “Hi my name’s Jimmy Bamborough, I am a […]
While hugely popular annual events such as the Sunderland Airshow, Illuminations and Festival of Light and Penshaw Bowl will already be on many family calendars, there will be many other dates to follow as a huge range of sport, music and cultural events are confirmed throughout the year. This year’s city calendar sees classic favourites […]
Words by Hebe Fryer On Monday, December, 10, I was lucky enough to attend my very own film premiere, at Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle. I was one of 15 young people from all over the North East to meet every Saturday from September to December as part of Tyneside Cinema’s Documentary Academy. Our task was […]