Friday, June 26, 2009

Radio Show: Tune In Tonight from 11pm

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NB We are back to our normal email address tonight talk@playradiouk.com
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At 11pm tonight I'll be hosting my weekly Friday night show on PlayRadioUK.com. Just go to the website, click on LISTEN and then choose Play Talk. If you have problems with the stream copy and paste this link into your browser.

http://audio1.playradiouk.com:8490/

Mac users should go to the homepage of Playradio below the list of stations on the left. Alternatively, click on this link

http://www.playradiouk.com/V4/iplayer/talk/launchradio.php

Or click HERE for the iPlayer

Click HERE to launch Play Talk UK in your default media player

It may take a few seconds to load, so be patient! Hopefully you might want to take part in the programme. Here's how to do so...

PHONE
If you want to appear live on the programme call 0208 123 1528. Obviously we can only take one call at a time so you may have to wait a bit, but don’t give up!

EMAIL

talk@playradiouk.com

SKYPE
Dial up play.radio.uk . We can take Skype calls, and also Skype chat messages.

TWITTER

You can use my twitter name @iaindale, and it will appear on my Tweetdeck app.

If you are still having trouble accessing us, leave a comment here and someone will come up with a solution. I know AOL browsers don't seem to work, so if you can use IE or Firefox, that's your best bet.

11 comments:

Lord Elvis of Paisley said...

Looking forward to it.

Sir Sven said...

Sorry, I'll be busy 'deconstructing' Michael Jackson.

jailhouselawyer said...

What does the Brighton Bomber, the Director General of the National Offender Management Service (NOMS), Phil Wheatley, and the Jailhouselawyer have in common? Iain May get an exclusive tonight.

Bird said...

If you even mention Michael Jackson, you're off.
The tinny-voiced little disco dancer didn't write a single memorable tune.
Any follow up to his death should be limited to pop music radio stations.
But no doubt Echo whateverhisnameis will be on Newsnight tonight going on about Jackson's "legacy".

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Sorry, I'm at a night out at the local bowling club getting pissed whilst the wife looks at me with increasing disapproval...

haddock said...

What does the Brighton Bomber, the Director General of the National Offender Management Service (NOMS), Phil Wheatley, and the Jailhouselawyer have in common?

well, in my opinion, two of them should have been hanged for their crimes. So should Phil Wheatley have been hanged as well ?
do I win a prize ?

or is it that they are all bloody boring on radio

Barnsley Bill said...

I listened from down here in NZ and even got a mention!
My observations.
Less mad killers chewing up time and more Mr Angry from Surbiton please. His monologue on banning thick people was comedy gold. Truth through humour writ large.
Next weel I will see if the cafe down the road will put it on while I eat my mushrooms on toast

trevorsden said...

After weeks of newspapers and TV full of sodding expenses we now face weeks of 'news' about sodding Michael Jacksongotorin.

Dimoto said...

Trevorsden - half the buggers are on holiday or playing hooky. Tripe about Jacko from the States is cheap, as is embroidering the Telegraph expenses "stories".
Britain in 2009 is wall-to-wall celeb/reality TV. It's whom we have become.

Anonymous said...

Latest podcast up now at:

http://playradiouk.podbean.com/

Iain...will you still be on when Play Talk go for their 3 week break, or whatever they're doing???

Iain Dale said...

Yes, I am scheduled to be on throughout July.