What’s On 2020-10-02

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

7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
Get the last day of the working week going with two hours of music selected to brighten the start of your day. This week’s featured artist, following the news at eight, is Stevie Wonder (pic). Don’t miss it!



9am – 12noon Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
Chris will be joined on the phone by ex-Jockey Mark Bradburne (pic right) who’ll be talking about his racing career, his views of the challenges that racing is facing and his new job as an electrician. Chris is also hoping to interview Danny Robinson (pic left), the Manager of Hungerford Town FC as they prepare for the new season which starts next Tuesday. Plus there’ll be local news, informative audios and some great tunes. Enjoy!


12noon – 12.30pm The Downland Racing Show with Pat Murphy & Chris Carter Brennan
Pat and Chris will look ahead to Sunday’s Prix de L’Arc De Triomphe, which is one of the richest races in Europe. Can Enable win it for a third record breaking time or will Love prevail? Maybe the very talented Stradivarius has what it takes to beat both of them? You’ll have to tune in to hear the thoughts of the 4LEGS racing pundits.


12.30pm – 1.30pm This Week with Penny (with Brian Quinn)
Brian Quinn will be standing in for Penny again this week and he will be talking to Jack Greenall, owner of The Pheasant in Shefford Woodlands, about the current challenges faced by the UK’s hospitality industry and that the steps that he has taken to ensure that the The Pheasant continues to thrive whilst remaining fully Covid-compliant.


1.30pm – 2.30pm Pop Quizzical with Tim Stutt
Another round of the popular fortnightly Pop Quizzical. This week’s music quiz was broadcast earlier in the year but I suspect you’ve forgotten the questions and answers by now.  So why not give it another go to see if you can beat The Stuttmeister.

2.30pm – 4.30pm Face2face with Linda & Tim Forrester
This week on Face2Face, Tim and Linda find out more about James Bond, search out some humorous epitaphs, remember some out of date language and start the story of a singer who released 64 albums and sold 45 million records in a career spanning five decades.

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