405 Radio // August 11th 2011
Welcome to the new incarnation of The 405 Radio.
Following the feedback and sheer fun we had with the pilot run, we will now be broadcasting every Thursday evening from 7-9pm; so put on a brew (or perhaps even treat yourself to a drop of whiskey), put your feet up and let us guide you through two hours of music and chat. Don't say that we don't look after you here. Because we do.
Here is the running order for this weeks show:
- Tim Boddy - Electronic/bass/dub/glitch and chat
- Film Review
- Dan Cook - Indie/Alt
- Will Slater - The Folk section
- The Game Section
- James Canham - A continuous dub mix
- Labelled Independent
- Album of the Week
Be sure to tune in next week also for a fresh batch of hosts and features, as we shall be running on a fortnightly schedule from hereon in. If you do miss out, you can catch up with any of the shows at any point after.
We do hope you enjoy; it's an eclectic bunch of music but with one common theme - it will be of the highest quality. Let us know your thoughts.
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