Sunday, August 22, 2010

Sunday Morning on Your Radio

I'm sitting in for Andrew Pierce this morning on LBC from 10am until 1pm. Trevor Phillips will be reviewing the Sunday papers from 11-12. This is what we will be covering...

10-10.30 Is crowd sourcing & using the wisdom of the crowds the way forward for government?
10.30-11 Are government ministers allowed to hold personal views & express them?
11-12 Paper review with Trevor Phillips & conversation about rights v responsibilities
12-12.30 Which pieces of anti terror legilsation should be repealed?
12.30-1 Should party conferences be scrapped?

By the way, several of you seem to think you can only get LBC if you're in London. Wrong. If you've got a DAB digital radio you can get it all over the country. It's also on Sky Channel 0124, Virgin 973 or you can also stream it via the LBC website. Just so you know!

7 comments:

Iain Maciver said...

And if you have one of these utterly fantastic wi-fi radios like the amazingly sonorous Pure Evoke Flow, for example, you can take it with you and listen to the erudite ramblings of Iain Dale in every room in the house. Ah, bliss.

Furor Teutonicus said...

I am listening to it in Berlin right now.

Pity German radio has nothing similar.

(UNLESS any one know of one I may have missed?)

Furor Teutonicus said...

Follow ups....

Caron said...

The one thing you didn't mention is the way listen to it - on my iPod Touch via the LBC iPhone app.

Furor Teutonicus said...

Via P.C.

Roger the Shrubber said...

Iain, just because the station is on dab in London, doesn't necessarily mean it's nationally available via DAB. Depends on the multiplex that covers the area, and any local stations. Eg, I doubt you can get BBC Radio Nottingham via DAB in London, but you can in Nottinghamshire. I hear Smooth radio has only just gone 'national' via DAB, but I bet it was available via DAB in London years ago.

Furor Teutonicus said...

And, of course DAB is the absolutely ONLY way you can receive it, right?

As I say, you can get it NO problem in Berlin and Warsaw, so, unless Britain really IS the back water of technology that it is rumoured to be, then you should have NO problems.