Listen to the ‘Downland Racing Show’ Oaks and Derby 1 hour Special on 4 Legs Radio.
On Friday 31st May from 12.30pm – 1.30pm
If you’re having a flutter in the two classics races this weekend at Epsom this weekend then listen to Chris Carter Brennan (pic) between 12.30pm and 1.30pm for his analysis, assessment and prospects of all horses in both the Oaks and Derby.
Just visit the following website and click LISTEN LIVE HERE followed by the play button:
Our very own Patrick Chambers from Eastbury has been appointed Chairman of Hungerford Town FC (pic – Patrick’s not the dog) and has already started some of the work needed to get the club to a sustainable position for the future.
But the immediate task is to ensure Hungerford remains in The Vanarama National League South. They currently sit 3 points clear of Truro, who are in the last relegation place with their final match at home this Saturday against East Thurrock, who were relegated yesterday. So a draw should be good enough
Hungerford a.k.a ‘Crusaders’ are in great form having beaten the champions Torquay 1-0 last weekend with a 90th minute winner. If you’ve never been to watch Hungerford before they play a very good standard of football and they are our nearest semi-pro team. So why not go along this Saturday to Bulpit Lane kick-off 3pm to cheer the boys on. There’s also a junior 5 a side pre match, so the bars will be open from lunchtime. What better way could you spend a Saturday afternoon???
Moving forward 4 Legs Radio will be following the fortunes of Hungerford Town next season and plan to provide reports from a number of their games plus we will hopefully get an occasional interview with the new chairman as well.
COME ON CRUSADERS!!
Listen to the ‘Yabber Yabber‘ show on 4 Legs Radio this Friday 26th April from 10.25am when Chris will be interviewing Howard Woollaston (pic) the Conservative candidate who’s standing for the role of Lambourn District Councillor at next months local elections.
If you have any questions for Howard during the interview feel free to text 07418 310510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To Listen Live access the following website http://4legsradio.org.uk and then click LISTEN LIVE HERE further down the page. Alternatively if you can’t listen live click LISTEN AGAIN HERE any time after 12 noon on 26th April
Listen to 4 Legs Radio this Friday 19th April just before 10.30am when Chris will interviewing Charlie Christopher the Lib Dem candidate who’s standing for the role of Lambourn District Councillor at next months local elections.
If you have any questions for Charlie during the interview feel free to text 07418 310510, call 01488 859849 or email email@example.com
Listen to 4 Legs Radio this Friday 12th April from 11am when Chris Capel will be interviewing Moz Bulbeck Reynolds who is the Labour Candidate for the role of Lambourn District councillor in the forthcoming local elections. If you have any questions for Moz feel free to call or text during the interview on 01488 859849
This is the first of several interviews over the coming weeks with a number of candidates from the main party’s standing at the local elections in May.
Starting this Friday 11th January 4 LEGS radio is delighted to announce a new weekly show hosted by ex-BBC Radio 1 DJ and Magpie Presenter Pete Brady.
Initially the show will be for 1 hour from 9am with the aim of a 2 hour slot starting at 8am within the next couple of months. Pete will be playing a variety of great music (not just old stuff) and also conducting some live and pre-recorded interviews on the subject of support for head and neck cancer patients, their carers, relatives and friends.
About Pete Brady
Pete Brady is a Canadian radio and television presenter, who has been working in the United Kingdom for over 50 years. He was one of the original line-up on BBC Radio 1 and one of the original presenters of Magpie. Pete lives locally in Shefford Woodlands.
Following a similar path to DJs Tony Blackburn, Kenny Everett and Simon Dee from pirate stations such as Radio London and Luxemburg, he made the natural progression to BBC Radio 1 at its launch in September 1967. Pete was given a major six-day-a-week afternoon slot Monday to Saturdays. He played a varied mix of current pop and rock music.
In July 1968, he became one of the original presenters of Thames Television’s new youth magazine programme, Magpie. During his time on TV he found difficulty maintaining his Radio 1 shows and left BBC Radio late in 1968. He continued with Magpie until 1971, when he returned to radio hosting the afternoon show on BBC Radio 2.
So no pressure on the current 4 Legs Radio presenters then!!