What’s On 2020-08-28

So here’s Friday’s Fabulous 4LEGS Radio schedule. Enjoy!

7am – 9am The Pete Brady Brady Breakfast Show
The Bank Holiday weekend is about to start. Two hours of great sounds to start your day including our featured artist this week, Ed Sheeran. Don’t miss it!

 

 

9am – 11am Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
Chris’s is delighted to have as his guest this week award winning Kelly Marks (pic) who has recently been recognised by The Queen for her dedicated work with Monty Roberts to improve horsemanship worldwide.  Kelly founded Intelligent Horsemanship in 1997 and has helped thousands of students and horses to develop effective partnerships, based on Monty Roberts’ non-violent techniques. Plus there’s news of local events including sports updates and lots of fab music. Enjoy!


 

11am – 12noon This Week with Penny
Penny’s guest this week is Freddie Tulloch (pic). The Queens Arms in East Garston has just re-opened and Freddie will be bringing us to speed with everything that has been going on for them this summer and the exciting new look and layout of the pub for people to enjoy safely.

 

 


 

 

12noon – 12.30pm The Downland Racing Show with Pat Murphy & Chris Carter-Brennan
Pat and Chris look ahead to the action at Goodwood and Newmarket and hope to find a winner or two to get your bank holiday weekend off to a flying start.

 


 

12.30pm – 1.30pm Knock Knock with Suzi Carns 
Listen to the life and story of award winning Kelly Marks when she was interviewed by Suzi Cairns in 2018. If you’ve not heard it before it’s a must listen.


 

1.30pm – 2.30pm The Gardening Show with Linda & Jane
On this month’s Gardening Show, our local gurus Jane and Linda offer ideas to combat the challenges of the variable weather, recall their gardening inspirations and start a new feature called ‘Back to Basics’.


 

2.30pm – 4.30pm Face2face with Linda & Tim Forrester
This week, on Face2Face, subjects range from weddings to a local duck triathlon and from Japanese macaques to pilotless jets. The music includes the second part of the Dame Shirley Bassey story, and we enjoy a 1967 bookshop sketch from Jon Cleese and Marty Feldman.

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