Here’s what’s on FABULOUS 4LEGS Radio tomorrow when it celebrates it’s 3rd birthday
7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
Two hours of great music to set you up for the rest of the day. Pete’s featured artist this week, following the news at 8, is Pink. Don’t miss it!
9am – 11.30am Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
On a special 3rd birthday Yabber Yabber show Chris will be joined by Cy Grove from Trindledown Farm who’ll be talking about what’s now open at Trindledown, up coming events and the launch of a new appeal to raise money for two dogs who need urgent and serious veterinary care. Also Chloe Martin from Racing Welfare will tell us about the second Furlong Factor talent contest and Helen Noll from Lambourn Volunteers will speak of the recent Community Award the group received for the wonderful services they’ve provided during the past 12+ months. There’ll also be local news, informative audios, great music and maybe the odd caller wishing 4LEGS a happy 3rd birthday and text / email messages to read out. Enjoy!
11.30am – 12noon Uploaded with Ellie Chelton
This week on Uploaded Ellie discusses starting your own business with local massage therapist Harriet Silvester, who has also created her own brand of resin jewellery. Ellie and Harriet also talk about the effect of the pandemic on mental health, and conversation about substance addiction, eating disorders, which includes Harriet’s own experiences of these.
12noon - 12.30pm Downlands Racing with Pat Murphy & Chris Carter Brennan
Pat and Chris will review thee past week in racing and look ahead to the weekend with the Scottish Grand National at Ayr and some of key races at Newbury that may provide clues to potential winners of the 2,000 Guineas and Derby
12.30pm - 1.30pm Pop Quizzical with Tim Stutt
Tim’s back with another delve into the music archives as he sets some more teasing pop questions during this one hour popular quiz
1.30pm – 2.30pm This week with Penny
This week Penny talks rivers with Mark Bradfield from the Letcombe Brooke Project. Mark looks after the Letcombe Brooke which is 13 kilometres of chalk stream very similar to the River Lambourn that rises in Letcombe Regis and flows north through Wantage and Grove. Mark explains why water has been extracted from the River Lambourn aquifer to top up Letcombe Brooke, how the river is home to otters, water voles and trout, the problems of mink and crayfish, the power of ponds, how to garden along the river, why it is really important to record local wildlife sightings.
2.30pm - 4.30pm Face2Face with Tim & Linda Forrester
On Face2Face this week, Tim and Linda find some anniversaries. A famous comedy duo started on TV 50 years ago, the Space Race started 60 years ago and a famous film producer, actor and writer was born 100 years ago. Would you stowaway in a small crate for five days in order to get home? What were the results of the RSPB bird count? And how did Prince Philip become a God to villagers 10, 000 miles away? All will be revealed.