What’s On 2019-12-06

Here’s our broadcasting schedule for tomorrow Friday 6th December.
Some great music to start the day before a new monthly Gardening Show where the first show’s focus will be Christmas related. You can learn some moves from a local dancer and find out from an expert what’s best to eat to reduce the environmental impact.  After last weeks successful tip in the big race we’ll be hoping to do the same this week and there’s an interview with a Lambourn resident linked with the equine world. Plus we’ll be talking to someone who supports victims of a specific type of domestic abuse and there’ll be the usual round up of local news, events and quirky stories.

Friday’s Schedule is as follows :
7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
The last month of the year has arrived – and what a month. Christmas, New Years Eve and a General Election!
As usual, you can be sure of a bright start to the day with the music featured on the Breakfast Show. Plus, the featured artist this week is Pink Floyd.
Don’t miss it!

9am – 10am The Gardening Show with Linda Forrester and Jane Watters
A new monthly Gardening Show on 4LEGS radio hosted by experts Linda Forrester (pic left) and Jane Watters (pic right) where you’ll receive advice and hints & tips on how to maintain and improve your garden during the 4
seasons. On their first show they will be looking at gift ideas for Christmas, planning for your garden in the New Year and caring for Christmas trees and plants.

 

 

10am – 11am This Week with Penny (part 1)
Local dance teacher Alison Dean (pic) from Cheek2Cheek Dance joins us to warm up the studio with some dance moves and inspiration for New Year resolutions.

 

 

 

11am – 12noon This Week with Penny (part 2)
Sustainable food expert Lawrence Woodward (pic) will talk to us about the environmental impact of the food choices we make. Lawrence, who lives in Lambourn, was a founder and Director of the Elm Farm Organic Research Centre for 30 years.

In 2001 he was awarded an O.B.E. for services to organic farming, having played a pivotal role in the development of the organic sector in the UK and internationally. He is a director of Beyond GM and Whole Health Agriculture and is a passionate advocate for the underlying wholistic concepts of organic food and farming; and how they relate to food quality and health under today’s social, economic and environmental conditions.

12noon – 12.30pm The Downland Racing Show with Pat Murphy
With Pat tipping the winner of last weekend’s Ladbrokes Trophy at odds of 12-1 what will be his selection in the the big race of the weekend The Betfair Tingle Creek chase at Sandown. Tune in to find out.

12.30pm – 1.30pm Knock Knock with Suzi Cairns
Another chance to listen to Suzi’s interview with Lambourn resident Lisa Harris (pic) and she uncovers a personal and professional life inextricably linked with the equine world.
You can listen to any of Suzi’s previous interviews via the following link: Listen to all of Suzi’s previous interviews on: http://www.knockknockwithsuzicairns.com

 

1.30pm – 4.30pm Face2Face with Tim Forrester and Pat Heslop
On the extended Face2Face this week, starting at 1.30, Pat and Tim will be talking to Ali Pearce (pic), who is a highly experienced housing manager. Ali has an extensive career history covering all aspects of income, debt management and fraud but her real forte lies in her support for victims of domestic abuse. She has spoken passionately about economic abuse on local radio as well as BBC radio 4 moneybox programme and Five Live Investigates. There will also be lots of music plus quirky stories, rants, nostalgia and all the local news.

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