Future Radio’s weekday daytime schedule is changing from Monday 15th October.
The changes to the schedule will include the popular ‘Community Chest’ programme being revamped as ‘Norwich Today’, with a new 12 noon until 2pm slot. Drivetime will extend until half-past 6, and there is a new Afternoon Session slot from 2 – 3pm for new Future Radio talent.
Keep listening to Future Radio for more information about the changes.
The popular specialist-music evening schedule from 8pm on weekdays will be unaffected by these changes.
On Sunday 14th October:
The Thinking Men,
Burn The Headlines,
This Boy Wonders,
Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are £3 adv. You must be 14 or over to come. Under 18's must be accompanied - see www.opennorwich.org.uk for conditions.
Between July and November 2012 a project is running to highlight Norfolk's American Connections. Norfolk's links date back over 400 years to the days of the Pilgrim Fathers. Since then people have traversed the Atlantic in both directions, fighting wars, exchanging skills, sharing knowledge and influencing each other's cultures and religions.
Future Radio's Mike Stevens has produced a podcast where he talks to people behind the project about the wide variety of events that will take place to celebrate this important connection.
Further information can be obtained at www.norfolksamericanconnections.com
The Norfolk's American Connections project is financially supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and is being delivered by Norfolk County Council, South Norfolk Council, 2nd Air Division Memorial Library, The Garage and other community partners across Norfolk UK.