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What’s on 2020-11-06a

7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show It’s the second day of lockdown here in England but nothing has changed on this show. Two hours of great music to help you get up and going. Pete’s featured artist this week, following the local news at 8, is Buddy Holly – the singer songwriter who …

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What’s on – 2020-10-23a

7am – 9am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show Start your Friday with 2 hours of great music. As usual Pete will have his featured artist spot following the local news at 8. This week it’s Kylie Minogue (pic). Don’t miss it! 9am – 11am Yabber Yabber with Chris Capel Ellie Humphreys (pic left) will be …

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Kevan Bartholomew – Talented Steel Guitar player and Session musician

Talented local Steel Guitar player Kevan Bartholomew joined Penny Locke and Pete Brady for a fascinating insight into his life as a session musician. Kevan has played with the likes of Albert Lee and Chas and Dave before they became household names. He was pedal steel guitarist to Don Everley, Frank Ifield, Wanda Jackson and …

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Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire Bats Group

Bob Brittain, BSBBG Records officer, was a guest on Face2Face on January 17. Bob provided a lot of information on why bats are important and therefore protected. Their numbers have dwindled and they need our help to reverse the decline. Bob provided details of a number of useful contacts including BCT (Bat Conservation Trust) www.bats.org.uk and BCT …

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National Trust head gardener Paul Gray pays a return visit

  Paul Gray, who managed the Gunby Hall gardens for the National Trust for thirty years, was a welcome guest on Face2Face on September 12. Paul recounted his journey from 19 year old garden boy to garden head, achieved within a two year period. This involved studying hard to pass the RHS exams and having …

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