Here’s what’s on Fabulous 4LEGS Radio
7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
Wind up this windy week with great wake-up music on the Breakfast Show. This week, following the news at 8, Pete’s featured band is Queen. Two hours of great sounds to start your Friday morning – just right. Don’t miss it!
9am – 12 noon Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
Nir Paldi from multi-award winning theatre Company Ad-Infinitum talks to Chris about his latest initiative to obtain personal stories from people across the country of their experiences of the elderly care system in the UK. From this a series of podcasts will be created and Nir hopes there will be a touring production based on these experiences at some point as well. As well as this there’s two more entertaining short stories written by 4LEGS Radio’s Brian Quinn, local news, more informative audios and all of the show’s music will be from the 1970’s. Enjoy
12noon - 1.30pm Downlands Racing - Cheltenham Festival Preview
With the Cheltenham National Hunt Festival starting on Tuesday it’s a special 90 minute Downland Racing show with Pat Murphy, Chris Carter Brennan and guest panelist Colin Brown (jockey of the great Desert Orchid) previewing next week’s feast of top class racing at the beautiful Gloucestershire track. Who’ll win the Champion Hurdle, the Queen Mother Champion Chase, the World Hurdle and the Gold Cup to name but a few? The panel will hopefully find you the answers to those questions. Dare you miss it? Well as my good old friend Ray Source would say….Neigh!
1.30pm – 2.30pm This week with Penny
Penny has two guests this week. First, she catches up with local HR expert Karen Ferris (right) about the exciting new Kickstart scheme that allows small businesses to employ a young person for 6 months at no cost to the business and with all the HR support they need. Penny then talks to debut author Heather Barnett (left) from Thatcham about her great first novel Acts of Kindness. Heather shares top tips on writing and getting published.
2.30pm - 4.30pm Face2Face with Tim & Linda Forrester
On Face2Face this week, Linda and Tim find some strange Christian names and some old fashioned descriptions of jobs 150 years ago. What were a slumber doffer or a knock knobbler? We follow the story of a Japanese visit to a Buckingham Palace Garden Party and we complete the story of Roy Orbison. We also remember Trevor Peacock (Jim Trott) from ‘Vicar of Dibley and Ian St John of Liverpool and Scotland and find excerpts of TV appearances for them both.