Future Radio Breakfast
- Monday 7:30-9:30am
- Tuesday 7:30-9:30am
- Wednesday 7:30-9:30am
- Thursday 7:30-9:30am
- Friday 7:30-9:30am
Wake up to Future Radio Breakfast for mixed music and banter.
Here's your breakfast line-up:
- Monday - Dikie Harper
- Tuesday - Debs
- Wednesday - Di Cunningham
- Thursday - Richard Harrison
- Friday - Paul Buller
Tune in weekdays 07:30 - 09:30 for a proper breakfast!
3:53 minutes (2.67 MB)Andrew Ashong talks about his set at the upcoming Plugg Event at Open on May 11th with Benji B
Di Cunningham hears from Harriet aka Cruel Runnings about Norwich's Roller Derby Team Norfolk Brawds
6:47 minutes (4.66 MB)Norfolk Brawds' Harriet aka Cruel Runnings encourages everyone to come along and support Norwich's Roller Derby Team at their bout against Northampton's Vendetta Vixens at UEA on 11th May and gives details for anyone who wants to join the team or the Mens' counterparts - Anglo SmackSons or just have a go.
6:04 minutes (4.21 MB)Vikki Stone, multi-talented comedian, actress, singer and musician and winner of The Soho Theatre One Night Stand Up Award, is appearing at Norwich Playhouse's Lady Haha Event on 8th March. She talked with Future Radio Breakfast's Di Cunningham from a train toilet.
1:01 minutes (768.9 KB)There is still no openly gay top level footballer (this equates with odds of more than 1 to 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) but Harvey Milk's rallying call to 'Come Out' was made 35 years ago - what's the worst that can happen when the closet door opens? Written, produced and edited by Future Radio's Di Cunningham with help from Terry Lee and Jon Fisher (who also contributed 21 zeros). Many thanks to Iain, Kim, Michelle and Rob for sharing their stories and to Bill Edgar, football statistician at The Times, for the Maths.
3:32 minutes (8.14 MB)Future Radio's Di Cunningham talks to Geno Washington ahead of his gig in Norwich about his long association with the area and how he feels about Dexys whose song Geno is a tribute to the great man.
10:46 minutes (24.64 MB)The Neutrinos talk about playing in unusual venues as they launch their new album and book - The Butcher of Common Sense
8:36 minutes (3.94 MB)
Richard Harrison interviews Emma Kenny about the affects of technology on children