Naked Football Show on ICR Tonight
Wednesday, 15th Feb 2012 16:09
This evening's The Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees hosts Graham Blackburn and David James joined by Jeremy Leeburn to discuss Town's continuing upturn in form and the abandoned game against Middlesbrough and its aftermath.
Listeners are more than welcome to add their comments, ask questions or suggest topics by emailing email@example.com before the show or firstname.lastname@example.org during it, or via text during the programme on 07797 800712. If anyone wants to appear as a guest on a future show, send an email.
ICR can be heard in the immediate Ipswich area on 105.7FM and has an eclectic array of programmes, which include almost any style of music you can think of promoting local bands and musicians, as well as morning and magazine shows, in addition to foreign language programmes in Polish, Portuguese, Cantonese, Farsi and Hindi.
You can hear last week's show via ICR FM's Listen Again facility, which is found in the top right-hand corner of the frontpage of their website. An MP3 is now available at a new location due to over-subscription here and the show is now on iTunes iTunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-naked-football-show/id364591411>here.
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