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Town Talk on the Radio
Town Talk on the Radio
Wednesday, 12th Sep 2007 09:43

TWTD's Phil Ham is amongst the guests on Ipswich Community Radio's new football programme this evening (6-6.30pm), now provisionally titled Studs In Your Ear.

The brainchild of North Stand season ticket holder Graham Blackburn, the programme aims to get to the nub of Town issues as the season progresses. The first few shows have been favourably compared to "four blokes chatting about football in a pub".

TWTD Message Board legend Old Git is taking another week off – his hip's still playing him up – but Carl Ward and Alasdair Ross will also be in the studio.

Today's matters for discussion (if we get to them all) will be: Saturday's trip to West Brom, England's victory over Israel and impending clash with Russia, who Jim's central defensive Premiership loan target might be, while Alasdair will outline the Ipswich Town Independent Supporters' Trust's aims for the season ahead.

Send in your views to Phil by email via philip.ham@twtd.co.uk before the show or studio@icrfm.co.uk during it and we'll give them an airing. You can also send in texts during the programme via 07973 851968.

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.

If you're not in the Ipswich area, the show can be heard online at http://www.icrfm.co.uk.

Get the fastest and most comprehensive Ipswich Town news service at ipswichtown.footballlatest.co.uk.

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