What’s on – 2019-08-30

Another great broadcasting schedule this week including information about a ‘Start at Home’ campaign and useful tips regarding software viruses. There’s also an update on the Lambourn Festival events and what you can enjoy at Saturday’s East Garston fete. All this plus our regular racing preview, a chat with a wine expert, further news on a 4 LEGS presenters new found family, gardening tips and of course lots of great music.


Please note that we broadcast from 8am – 4.30pm this week


8am – 10am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
Two hours of great music including a listen to some of Michael Jackson’s hits at 9:00.
You will also hear great sounds from Bob Marley, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber, Phil Collins, Tom Jones, Tavares, Rag’n’ Bone Man, Liam Gallagher, Pharrell Williams Status Quo and more.
Don’t miss it!


10am – 11.30am Yabber Yabber Show with Chris Capel
Chris will be joined by Seini Haynes from Sovereign Housing who will be talking about their  annual ‘Start at Home’ campaign which starts on 30th August and what it means to their clients and everyone else.  Also 4 LEGS Radio resident IT expert Rob Johnson (pic) will be covering all matters re Virus attacks and Anti-Virus software.



11.30am – 1pm This Week with Penny
On this week’s show Louise Wilkin, Chairman of Lambourn Carnival Committee will be updating us on this year’s brilliant parade and festival events – and Freddie Tulloch (pic) will be giving us the low-down on all the excitement to look forward to at East Garston Fete this Saturday 31 August.





1pm – 1.30pm The Downland Racing Show with Pat Murphy
Pat’s back and will look back at past week in racing and reviewing some of the big races taking place over the weekend.

1.30pm – 2.30pm Knock Knock with Suzi Cairns
Another chance to listen to Suzi’s interview with Lambourn resident Angela Simpson (pic) and discover how an eminent heart surgeon and tsunami feature on her journey




2.30pm – 4.30pm Face2Face with Pat Heslop and Tim Forrester.
On Face2Face, Pat and Tim’s guest is Charles Eve, who worked in senior roles in the wine trade for nearly 40 years. Fine wine director for Peter Dominic, Charles ended his career managing the production and sale of wine from a chateau in the Medoc. Charles is also an accomplished musician, playing Double Bass in the Bath Symphony Orchestra. We also welcome back Linda Prest, who will update her heartwarming story about finding her birth family as well as offering some more practical gardening tips. Plus more music ranging from Louis Armstrong to the Black Dyke Mills Band.


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