TINA CHARLES is a singer who achieved huge success during the mid to late 1970s, most noticeably with her iconic hit “I Love to Love (But My Baby Loves To Dance)” which achieved number 1 in the charts in 1976 for 3 weeks.
Tina called in to the SUSY Radio studios and chatted with Neil Munday.
On 26th November, 2018, a government debate took place in Westminster Hall in response to a petition relating to the sale of fireworks to the public. This was the 3rd firework debate in 2 years.
Chrissy Muir joined Neil Munday on his Saturday show to discuss the growing problem of fireworks in our area, well outside the normal firework days.
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HENRY SMITH, Member of Parliament for Crawley, recently called in to SUSY Radio to discuss all matters “Brexit” with Neil Munday.
MOLLY MANWILL is a graduate of the University of Sussex.
Molly popped in to the Susy Radio studios hot from the Philippines to speak with Neil Munday about environmental issues caused by the use of plastics.
DAVID MUNRO is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, and is responsible for overseeing the work of Surrey Police, holding the Chief Constable to account and helping to tackle crime issues.
David called in to the Susy Radio studios recently to chat with Neil Munday about van theft and burglary.