Naked Podcast Online
Thursday, 11th Feb 2010 09:03
You can now hear this week's The Naked Football Show on ICR FM's Listen Again facility, on an MP3 or via iTunes. Regular host Graham Blackburn is joined by Joe Ward, Ian McIntyre and David James, but no Phil Ham, to discuss the Town issues of the day.
ICR FM's Listen Again facility is found in the top right-hand corner of the frontpage of their website.
The programme goes out live at 6pm every Wednesday on Ipswich Community Radio at 105.7FM if in the Ipswich area or online if not. If you'd like to contribute (or appear on the programme as a guest), you can send your questions before the show via firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com during it and we'll include them in the discussion. You can also send in texts during the programme via 07797 800712.
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