Posted on 11/12/2018
Sometimes they say, stick to what you know. I know a delightful amount about hangovers (through extensive research). Some people struggle more than others and have tried and tested a variety of methods. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't be open to alternatives...Read more
Posted on 25/11/2018
“You know you've read a good book when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend.” ― Paul SweeneyRead more
Posted on 31/10/2018
It can be weeks, months or years, sometimes or someday you will realise that you have lost your way. It will hit you like a thunderbolt or trickle through bit by bit, so much so that you hardly realise it has been realised. Then you have to figure a way back...Read more
Posted on 23/10/2018
The Author that gave me my longest standing relationship so far...! Sometimes you come across a book that you just fall into, it envelops you and it leaves you wanting more. Luckily, Kerry Wilkinson’s book series, The Jessica Daniel novels, has so far given...Read more
Posted on 13/10/2018
This is slightly different to my usual selection of book reviews, rather than a plethora of genre’s to suit most moods and requirements. Thrillers, autobiographies, comedies, kids books and romance - move over. It Mind Management time...Read more
It’s a cottage cheese, beetroot and hula hoop kind of morning... The Best Hangover Cure is to be under the age of 25. Failing that, take heed... http://www.hazelbutterfield.com/blog/2018/dec/the-best-hangover-cure-is-to-be-under-the-age-of-25-failing-that-take-heed/ #Hangover #sundaymorning #FeelingFresh ish.
Today’s #ThoughtOfTheDay for all you non #DryJanuary peeps! Listen in now @WandsworthRadio for some #FridayFeeling chit chat... The Best Hangover Cure is to be under the age of 25. Failing that, take heed... http://www.hazelbutterfield.com/blog/2018/dec/the-best-hangover-cure-is-to-be-under-the-age-of-25-failing-that-take-heed/ #HangoverCures #TheWeekend #RadioPresenter #LondonBlogger
Hazel is a Blogger and Presenter at Riverside Radio, Women’s Radio Station & guests regularly at BBC London. Her broadcasts exemplifies her love of music, books, chatting, fun and 'sense of humour'! Her open manner and no nonsense attitude contribute to her unique presenting and interviewing style.
Hazel has a variety of passions that make her who she is. A love of extreme sports, challenges, travel, food, fitness, fashion and obviously radio, embracing the unknown. As well as her involvement in fundraising for various charities! Her sense of adventure and authenticity make her a dynamic presenter. Covering a diverse range of topics with empathy, common sense and charisma.
Hazel has ambition, energy and a thirst for fun. This is demonstrated in her work and has proven to be an asset on many campaigns and projects. She seeks to inspire and entertain as well as enjoying her work, while remaining professional.