James Gilmore sits down with HEREN before he takes over The W!ZARD Sessions
Hailing from Barcelona, HEREN has been making music for as long as he can remember.
Having released over 40 songs on prestigious labels including Ultra Music, Sony Music, Afterclvb Records and more, it was obvious that it was time to bring him onto The W!ZARD Sessions.
But, before his appearance, James Gilmore sat down with him to talk music, new projects and more.
JG: You’ve had a storied career in music; you’re from Barcelona, Spain. How has growing up in Spain influenced your music?
H: Barcelona is a good city because lots of people want to come here to live because the weather is amazing – it’s not cold and it’s not hot. Also you have several DJs who go on European tours and often tour in Barcelona, so you can see them and talk to them. Also, Ibiza isn’t too far away!
Lekhika Chaudhary replies to a listener who doesn't feel that new policies banning gender stereotyping will be effective...
Tough new rules on gender stereotyping in advertising are being introduced to end outdated expectations of women cleaning and washing while men struggle to do basic domestic duties.
These stereotypes can be harmful and perpetuate negative stereotypes, especially for young people. The new standards will not stop all stereotyping but they will ban certain scenarios.
For example, a woman with sole responsibility for clearing up family mess, a man failing to do basic household chores, or an advert suggesting an activity is inappropriate for boys or girls because it is often associated with the other sex.
On her show, Lekhika Chaudhary asked her listeners about what they think the banning of gender stereotyping in advertisements will actually do – and whether they agree with the new policy. Listener Frankie agrees with the policy, but argues that it won't be as effective as some…
Is it time to scrap the six week summer holiday? Chloe and James debate the most precious time in a students life!
The six week school summer break has been in place for decades – but, over time, more people are starting to question this and discussions have begun on alternatives.
Some people argue that the six week summer break is unproductive, essentially causing a void of learning whereby students return to school having forgotten most of what they learnt the year before. In contrast, some people argue that the break should be longer as attention spans deteriorate one the summer season begins.
Furthermore, the six week break means that the price of holidays rise significantly, and perhaps students would be better off with more frequent, two-week holidays rather than this massive period of time off school.
Whilst both supports of the relaxing, bliss six week summer break, on Generation You, Chloe Combi and James Gilmore debated whether it’s time to look at other options…
Benji Hyer replies to listener Dean who says that nobody who campaigned for Brexit could ever deliver it
We find ourselves at the end of the second week of Brexit talks.
It has been months since Article 50 was triggered. Yet the UK and EU are still at odds over the first items on the agenda, and little progress is being made.
EU negotiator Michel Barnier said the UK had not been clear enough about where it stands on these issues and this was frustratingly hampering progress. Barnier has requested clarification and details, something with the UK negotiators are noticeably lacking.
We’ve essentially ordered Brexit, but have no demands or plans set out, and Downing Street remains quiet.
Listener Dean messaged the show saying that the issue with Brexit is that nobody who campaigned for it can deliver it. Here’s what Benji Hyer had to say...
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