Here’s what’s on FABULOUS 4LEGS Radio
7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
The Featured Band this week at 8 is R.E.M. the band that pioneered alternative rock in the 80’s and sold over eighty-five million records worldwide. As usual, the rest of the music mix is designed to start the day in “happy” mode. Don’t miss it!
9am – 12noon Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel
Author Stephen Jones talks to Chris about his book “Escape from Uxbridge” which captures stories from his travels to the over 50 countries he’s visited during his career. Plus with the Olympics in full swing Chris will look back at some of the greatest moments from the games over the years. There’s mores snippets of news, information and events plus a lot of marvelous music. Enjoy!
12noon - 12.45pm The Downlands Racing with Pat Murphy & Chris Carter Brennan
It’s Glorious Goodwood weeks and our racing pundits will review the first few days including the Sussex Stakes and look forward to the final 2 days which includes the six furlong Stewards Cup on Saturday with a likely field of 28 runners, but can they find the winner? You’ll have to tune in get their selsctions.
12.45pm – 1.30pm On the Fence with Michael Quinn
This week Michael explores Englad’s tragic European endeavour and the unsavoury fallout, the pingdemic and the world of cryptocurrency, with the latter being explained by his brother Dom.
1.30pm - 2.30pm Old Wild Men with Max & Tobi
Old Wild Men has become a very popular show on 4LEGS Radio and if you listen today you’ll know why. Max and Tobi will entertain you with their very different choices of music and their infectious sense of humour. A great way to spend an hour with a cup of tea..or maybe something stronger!!
2.30pm - 4.30pm Face2Face with Tim Forrester
This week, Tim is presenting Face2Face on his own and will be looking back to life in the 1500s, completing the story of Enid Blyton’s life, recalling 100 years of HMV and finding out about the man who woke up one day with no memory of who he was, what he looked like or who his wife was. Plus plenty of music from Supertramp to Labi Siffre and more.