What’s On 2020-04-11

Why not start your Easter Saturday by listening to your local community Radio Station. Apart from some great music from the 60’s upwards, there’s national news stories,  dedications, the odd joke or two and some great TV & Radio sketches from the archives. There’s also information of local items to get you through the lockdown period plus interviews with the owner of The Plough in Eastbury and a psychologist.

9am – 11am The Pete Brady Breakfast Show
Last Saturday it was hits from the 90’s. This week it’s all the No.1 hits from 1970 and 1971 plus a few that didn’t quite make it to the top  of the charts.  Don’t miss it!


 

 

11am – 11.30am Yabber Yabber (part 1) with Chris Capel
It’s a relaxed Yabber Yabber show as it’s East Saturday and it’s in 2 x 30 minute parts. There’s a look at what’s been making the news this week away from the Corona Virus plus there’ll be dedications, local information, stories from around the world, the odd joke or two and another TV & Radio ‘classic comedy’ sketch. Plus of course Chris’s brand of music. Enjoy.


 

11.30am – 12.30pm Knock Knock with Suzi Cairns
Suzi has 2 interviews on todays show. The first is with Graham White (pic) who’s the owner of The Plough Inn, Eastbury, and Suzi hears how he is adapting his business to the current pandemic crisis. Having closed the doors of the pub three weeks ago, Graham (pic) explains how he and his staff have had to adapt to providing takeaways and grocery boxes to members of the community. The second is with Lambourn psychologist Carolyn Carroll who talks about the value of mindfulness and self-care during the Corona virus lockdown.

You can listen to other well being and practical support chats via the following link:

https://www.knockknockwithsuzicairns.com/coronavirus-information


12.30pm – 1pm Yabber Yabber (part 2) with Chris Capel
A continuation from part 1 of the show…Enjoy!


 

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