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This Week’s News

Good day to you all.

Welcome to this week’s FCUM Radio Newsletter and after the excellent weekend victory against Whitby Town, including a piece of wonderful skill from a Mr Jimmy Holden, FCUM Radio is back with another week of fun filled frolics live and direct into your very own ears lobes.

We’ve been receiving word of professionalism creeping into the content here at FCUM Radio Towers, so after an urgent meeting of The Injustice League, we think this is because of a new white board being placed in reception with an interpretation of Quincy ME on it, and a box for a thought for the day. Currently there is no thought for the day.
So to bring us back down to a level of anarchy and chaos, we have taken the white board down and placed it in the dungeon so Swampy and Pace can re-enact their favourite episodes of Win, Lose or Draw instead.

This week we have all new editions of your favourite shows, including This Club Is My Club, Children Of The Revolution and two FC Live programmes, so jump in wont you, the water is nice and warm.

Highlights of this week include:

* FC LIVE! - Join the lads from 7pm on Wednesday for full build-up and then match commentary from Bower Fold for FC United verses Chasetown.

* FC LIVE! – Tune in on Saturday at 2pm for FC United of Manchester against Burscough live from Gigg Lane.

* This Club Is My Club (Mon-Fri 12.30, 15.30, 21.00) holds all the news and interviews from the games against Frickley Athletic and Whitby Town including interviews with Karl Marginson and Roy Soule.

* Join The FCUth for an all new Children Of The Revolution, this week with guests Louis and Corrie from the FC Uth (Sat 12pm, repeated Sun 10am)

* In the Bare Necessities this week, Marv Willers will be posing the questions to FCUM Radio Disc Jockey, Michael Ward, tune in on Saturday at 1pm (Repeated Tuesday at 9.30pm)

* FC Soul Night on Thursday from 7pm, for a whole evening of Soul, RnB, Hip Hop, Funk and Motown.

* All your regular favourite shows and presenters, of course.

* Catch Up Sundays - your chance to listen again to any shows you missed.

The best way to find out what’s on week to week is by heading to the ‘What’s On’ section of the website -http://www.fcumradio.co.uk/whats-on/

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Have your own ideas for a show, music based or otherwise?
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If so, we’d love to hear from you. We are open to ideas and can provide training and support to get you up and running.

Get in touch at Station@fcumradio.co.uk All ideas are genuinely welcome and we can help get you up and running to join the team of volunteers here at FCUM Radio.

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First Posted ~ 12:11 Mon 14 Feb 2011
News ID ~ 3415
Last Updated ~ 12:11 Mon 14 Feb 2011