Crime author Pauline Rowson to appear on Angel Radio Isle of Wight and Havant

I’ve got two radio interviews scheduled for October on Angel Radio to talk about the exciting event, CSI Portsmouth, which is being held on Saturday 5 November at John Pounds Centre, Queen Street, Portsmouth where crime fiction meets crime fact.

On 13 October I will be talking to David Nove on Angel Radio Isle of Wight, along with my fellow crime writers Bob and Carol Bridgestock, who are appearing with me at CSI Portsmouth. The show is being broadcast between 1pm and 2pm and we’ll be chatting about our crime novels as well as CSI Portsmouth, part of Portsmouth Bookfest.

Before then on 3 October I’ll be talking to Tony Smith on Angel Radio Havant. I’m not sure when that interview will be broadcast but I’ll put details on here as soon as I have them.

Angel Radio was first broadcast in February 1999 in Portsmouth. Now it broadcasts 24/7 on 101.1 FM in Havant and on 91.5 fm on the Isle of Wight and of course you can listen to the programmes via the Internet. Angel Radio accentuates the positive aspects of being an older person, providing a radio station for older people to run themselves and is unique in that it specialises in records made before 1960. The station has a huge following across the ages and has listeners all over the World including Europe, Australia and the USA. It is well worth tuning into.

CSI Portsmouth is on 5 November at John Pounds Centre, Portsmouth and there is a great line of speakers including police and forensic experts. Hope some of you can join us.


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