Monday, July 26, 2010

How to Spend Your Weekday Evenings For the Next Month!

Tonight I start a month long stint on LBC, presenting the weeknight programme from 7.15 to 10pm, sitting in for Petrie Hosken. I won't be banging on about the programme on the blog, except to say now that if you want to have a listen you'd be very welcome. You don't have to live in London to listen to LBC - it's available throughout most of the country on DAB or you can livestream via the website. You can also listen via channel 0124 on Sky or 973 on Virgin.

The programme is predominantly a three hour phone in, discussing issues of the day.

The number to call is 0845 60 60 973. You can text 84850 or email or tweet @iaindale.


Tim McLoughlin said...

Congratulations. I look forward to joining you for one or more of your shows.

Bill Quango MP said...

I shall try and listen.
But it does rather clash with Holyoaks. {C4+1}

Julian Bray said...

Dennis Rookard, plucked from Hospital Radio once filled that slot when LBC first started, God was a lad and a mobile phone was yet to be invented..

Enjoy yourself. if you get bored get the studio to call up my ISDN
01733 555319ISDN2 line for 'down the line' BROADCAST QUALITY
linterviews and talks/programme contributions.

UK- ISDN number is 01733 555319
From Mainland Europe ISDN 00 44 1733 555319
From USA ISDN 011 44 1733 555319

Cheeers JULIAN

Sally Roberts said...

Hope you will continue to fly the Blue Flag, Iain and not sell your soul to the very controlling Labour-supporting Programme Controller, Mr Jonathan Richards....

Jon Lishman said...

Well, I actually hope you will be banging on about some of the things raised on the programme. The stuff people raise with phone ins is often quite interesting.

Good luck, btw.

Iain said...

Hey dude,

you want to comment on my political blog?

I think the White House is practicing Trotskism or progressive communism. Czars, dude.

Michael Bakunin ~ "If you took the most ardent revolutionary, vested him in absolute power, within a year he would be worse than the Czar himself."

Martin Rosen said...

As I recall, Dennis Rookard used to broadcast on the Nightline programme, through the night.