7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
Another two hours of music that will start your day with a smile. Pete’s featured band this week, following the eight o’clock news is, The Four Tops. Don’t miss it!
9am – 11.30am Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
On today’s show Chris’s guest is Brian Quinn (pic).Brian lives in East Garston and has been running Penny Post for several years with his wife Penny Locke. They have just published their first book, Unaccustomed As I Am, a collection of Brian’s short stories that come recommended by Stephen Fry. Ranging from Lambourn Valley to Las Vegas, the volume includes parody, confusion, tragedy and farce. In order to support local bookshops, the book will not be available on Amazon but can be ordered from any bookshop with next day delivery. There’ll also be local news, a look back at this day in history and some fab music. Enjoy.
11.30am – 12.30pm This Week with Penny
Penny’s guest this week is Cate Earl (pic of Cate and her lorry) from Lambourn. At five feet tall and nearly 60 years old, Cate is not your usual lorry driver. A lifelong motorhead with a passion for big vehicles, Cate describes the job she loves – from blowing a tyre in Ireland last weekend to driving Lady Gaga’s gear on tour. She is now a highly qualified Transport Manager responsible for other drivers and company vehicles and shares tips for car drivers to be more aware of lorry behaviour on the road.
12.30pm - 1pm The Downlands Racing with Pat Murphy
Pat and Chris Carter Brennan give us another 30 minute look into the world of racing and preview the weekend’s big National Hunt races at Ascot and Haydock Park.
1pm – 2.30pm Pop Quizzical (anniversary special) with Tim Stutt
A special 90 minute Pop Quizzical this week as Tim celebrates his second year as a 4LEGS presenter and it’s the show’s second anniversary as well. No doubt there’ll be a broad range of music to get your teeth stuck into and perhaps some tunes from previous shows?
2.30pm - 4.30pm Face2Face with Tim & Linda Forrester
On Face2Face Linda and Tim remember Des O’Connor, find two talented eleven year old’s and a very brave 91 year old and find out how to complete a jigsaw for £500. Plus why is a Japanese mayor rather excited? And should Donald Trump have bought a dog?