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What’s on – 2019-07-12

4 LEGS RADIO BROADCAST SCHEDULE (8am – 4.30pm)

Here’s a summary of what’s on 4 LEGS Radio tomorrow:

Listen to an architect who’s designed and built hospitals. There’s an interview with a technical Emmy award winner for his inventive solution to provide live images from the Tiananmen Square protests 30 years ago. We’ll be talking to an environmental and peace activist from Hungerford and also chat with a local talented musician. A Racing presenter and journalist will popping in to give his opinions on the sport of kings and a couple of 4LEGS radio presenters will be subject to questioning about their lives and careers. All this plus another round of the 4 LEGS pop quiz and the penultimate episode of the musical career of Cliff Richard.

This week’s schedule:

8am – 10am  The Pete Brady Breakfast Show

Another two hours of great sounds from 8 to 10 including hits from The Rolling Stones , The Carpenters, Dr Hook, Jamiroquai and many others. .
Last week, Pete had a chat with with Laura Geer, Centre Manager at the Rutherford about their new Proton Beam equipment. This week, he is talking with architect Keith Cox, (pic) who has designed and built hospitals in the UK and abroad, about his career and the challenges of building the medical centres that house the latest technology. Plus – we have another chapter of The Music and Life of Cliff Richard starting at 9:00.

Don’t miss it!

 

 

 

10am – 11am  Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel

Chris will be chatting to Pete West who talks about his career at Kodak including how he won a technical Emmy for his work in brining live pictures back from the protests in Tiananmen Square 30 years ago. Pete will also share his passion for vintage Fire Service type vehicles.

11am – 12noon  This Week with Penny

Penny’s guest is environmental and peace activist Trish Whitham (pic) from Hungerford. Trish is a member of Hungerford Environmental Action Team, she is running an Action for Peace weekend at Brazier’s Park in September and has been a Greenpeace activist for many years. She was one of the Greenpeace women who interrupted Chancellor Philip Hammond’s speech to protest about inaction on climate change (which made the headlines when a Foreign Office minister forcefully ejected one of her fellow protestors). Last year Trish travelled to Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories staying in West Bank villages to help Palestinian families with their olive harvest as part of a ‘protective presence’ group.

 

12noon – 12.30pm  The Downland Racing Show with Pat Murphy

Pat welcomes Josh Apiafi (pic) to the show. Josh a TV Racing Presenter and Journalist will talk about his career and share his views on several matters concerning the sport of Horse Racing. No doubt they will both give their thoughts on which horses are worth a flutter over the weekend.

 

 

 

 

12.30pm – 1.30pm  Knock Knock with Suzi Cairns

Another chance to listen to Suzi’s interview with young musician Amy Folland (pic) about life and loves in the Lambourn Valley

 

 

 

 

 

1.30pm – 2.30pm  Pop Quizzical with Tim Stutt

Join Tim for another entertaining hour of pop trivia with music from the 50’s onwards. Will you be able to find the what 4 pieces of music have  in common during his connections round?

2.30pm – 4.30pm  Face2Face with Pat Heslop and Emma Loveheart

No one has interviewed 4LEGS’ male personalities yet! So the fun loving, Emma Loveheart, joins Pat on Face2Face to grill two of our brilliant presenters. First up will be Tim Stutt (pic left) who has a great story including cheating death a few months back.

Then they have the founder of 4LEGS, Chris Capel (pic right), who has escaped being questioned until now! It should be fun!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To Listen Live go to: https://4legsradio.org.uk and click ‘LISTEN LIVE HERE’

If you missed any shows, don’t worry! You can catch up anytime with www.mixcloud.com/4legsradio

 

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