What’s On – 2019-10-11

Here’s a summary of What’s On 4 LEGS Radio this Friday 11th October:

It’s a packed schedule this week on 4 Legs Radio with something for everyone.

There’s more great tunes to get your weekend started on the Breakfast Show. We’ll find out about local initiatives to coincide with World Homelessness Day,  learn about apples and a community orchard and chat with a Vice Chair of a local Parish Council who’s led a very active life. There’s racing and local sports news including a first hand view of how Lambourn Sports F.C. first team are faring this season. There’s another chance to listen to an entertaining interview with a 4 Legs Radio presenter and if you’re looking for a different hobby then you can find out what it takes to become a beekeeper. With Autumn upon us and if ever stops raining, our resident astronomer will tell us what to look out for in the night sky.   All this including the final report from our 4 Legs presenters in Japan and details of local events and activities plus the usual mix of great music. You’ll need a lie down after all this!

Friday’s Schedule is as follows :

8am – 10am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show                                                                                                    Featured artist this week is Suzi Quatro.
Don’t miss it!

 

 

10am -11am Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
Chris welcomes to the studio Claudette Chiroodza (pic) from Sovereign Housing. Claudette will be talking about Housing First and Sovereign’s ‘homelessness offer’ which coincides with World Homelessness Day on October 10th. Also, as it’s apple harvest time, there’s a pre-recorded chat with Tony Hammond a.k.a The Cheese Agent (pic), about varieties of apples and The Community Orchard in Newbury.

 

 

11am – 12 noon This Week with Penny                                                                                                                               Penny’s guest is David Ruse (pic) who’s Vice Chair of East Garston Parish Council,

David is monitoring speeding in the valley and is also Director and Trustee of Friends of Swindon Railway Museum and on the committee of the Friends of Lambourn Library.

 

12noon – 12.30pm The Downland Racing Show with Pat Murphy.  Pat will be look back at last weekend’s Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe to give his assessment of Enable’s narrow defeat and how she came close to making racing history. He’ll also preview Saturday’s big race, which is the 2mile plus Cesarewitch at Newmarket and hopefully find the winner.

 

 

 

12.30pm – 1.30pm The 4 LEGS Local sports show. Chris will be chatting on the phone to Steve Harris (pic) the coach of the Lambourn Sports F.C. first team. There’s also the results of Newbury Ladies F.C. plus local billiards and golf news.

 

 

1.30pm – 2.30pm Knock Knock with Suzi Cairns
Another chance to listen to Suzi’s interview with 4 Legs presenter and Great Shefford resident Pat Heslop (pic)

Pat Hislop

Suzi uncovers a journey as challenging as it is rich and . . . the importance of sugar mice to a life well-lived !

You can listen to any of Suzi’s previous interviews via the following link:
https://www.knockknockwithsuzicairns.com/the-interviews

 

 

2.30pm – 4.30pm Face2Face with Pat Heslop and Chris Capel. Chris will be joining Pat Heslop to co-host Face2Face today. Their first guests are father & son, Chris & Adrian Doyle (pic), who will give an insight into the joys and tribulations of beekeeping. Their story starts with a move from urban life to that of producing delicious local honey from Hillside House in Great Shefford.
Peter Birtwhistle (pic), our resident Astronomer, will be updating us on movements in outer space and perhaps closer to home?
There will also be the latest report from Tim and Linda Forrester, our intrepid travellers, who lost each other in a hotel in Japan.

All this plus the usual mix of local events, entertaining stories and wide ranging music.

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