What’s On 2020-06-26

With a technical problem courtesy of B.T., last Friday’s 4LEGS broadcast was severely interrupted during the early part of the afternoon. Please accept our apologies for the loss of service and hopefully this Friday’s Fabulous 4LEGS Radio schedule will go without a hitch. Enjoy!

7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
What a great week! So finish it off with two hours of great music. This week’s featured artist is Cher. Don’t miss it!

9am – 11am Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
Chris’s guest this week is the very talented metal art sculptor Diccon Dadey (pic). From his studio near Lambourn Woodlands Diccon produces some amazing pieces of work. Chris will find out about his background and how he creates such wonderful sculptures from metal.  Also on the show there’s some more informative audios as we continue through the COVID-19 pandemic, plus local information, great tunes and another classic comedy skit from TV/Radio or live performances.

1am – 12 noon Pop Quizzical with Tim Stutt
We delve into the 4LEGS archives and replay a previous Pop Quizzical. It’ll still be as challenging unless you’ve got a good memory and can remember the answers the first time it was aired.

12noon – 12.30pm The Downland Racing Show with Pat Murphy and Chris Carter Brennan

Pat and Chris will look back at the last 2 days of Royal Ascot and preview the big races of the weekend including The Irish Derby at The Curragh. With several intended runners in the Irish Derby can trainer Aiden O’Brien dominate the race? Hopefully Pat and Chris will have the answer to that and find you a winner or two to get your weekend off to a flyer.

12.30pm – 1.25pm This Week with Penny

Local trainer Jo Davis (left) talks to Penny about the return of racing and the advantages of having a small yard and first aid teacher Louise Worlsey (right) shares tips on summer first aid from treating bee and wasp stings and DIY cuts to heat exhaustion and BBQ burns.

1.25pm – 2.30pm Knock Knock with Suzi Cairns
Suzi catches up with Helen Noll (right) about the roller coaster ride that the Lambourn Volunteers have been experiencing. After receiving a community award from Laura Farris MP, the Lambourn Junction suddenly found themselves without a home. Plus Suzi chats to Lambourn Vicar Julie Mintern for the sixth time since lockdown affected the village. Finally the mood is celebratory as St Michael’s and All Angels’ bells are taken away to be restored and the church prepares to open its doors on Monday.


2.30pm – 4.30pm Face2Face with Tim & Linda Forrester

This week on Face2Face, eighteen year old Becky Howard updates her story and recounts how it feels to be emerging from Covid-19. Plus the second half of the Aretha Franklin story, the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13 and whatever happened to Noel Edmonds?

 

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