Royle Life's a Pitch
Friday, 25th Jan 2013 18:56
BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch is live over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm) with presenter Mark Murphy joined by the show’s regulars, Blues legend Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham, who will be at Ashton Gate ahead of the game. This week's special guest is former Blues boss and one-time Bristol City striker Joe Royle.
Can Town continue their recent good away form at Ashton Gate? What are your favourite memories from Royle's time in charge at Portman Road?
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