Feckenham’s Own local radio station
with Chris Fletcher
Today: DECEMBER CRACKERS
Christine Fletcher presents outstanding performances from
the classical repertoire
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The Golden Age of Pop
with Colin James
Today: COLIN FOR PM
A dip into Colin’s treasury of 78s, 45s and 33s - all
polished and as good as new….
Listen Live at 1am; 5am; 9am; 1pm; 5pm; 9pm
with Ian Bellion
Today: TINSEL TERROR?
Things you never knew, things you never wanted to know
all served up with a twist and (sometimes) a shout.
Listen Live at 3am; 7am; 11am; 3pm; 7pm; 11pm
with Stuart Knowles
Today: PETE THE MEAT
Stuart chats to champion butcher Pete Lawton and finds out
some little known facts about life behind the counter
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ALL CHANGE AT THE SCHOOL?
In this special report Paul Furey talks to the Chair of
Governors at Feckenham First School about the plans to
become an Academy and to expand to become a Primary School
up to year 6. What does this mean for pupils, education
standards and class sizes?