Monday, 18 June 2012

Southeast economy on the BBC this week

From Monday, Radio Kent is running three days of programmes looking at the area's economy, including debates with politicians, business leaders and residents, with special outside broadcasts on Tuesday and Wednesday.
On Tuesday, John Warnett and Clare McDonnell present the breakfast show live from the Walpole Bay Hotel in Margate from 06:00 to 09:00 BST and Julia George takes her mid-morning programme to Dover's Market Square from 09:00 to midday.
Steve Ladner broadcasts from Ramsgate Harbour from midday to 14:00 BST and Pat Marsh is at Turner Contemporary in Margate from 14:00 BST to 16:00 BST.
The day rounds off with Dominic King back in Ramsgate from 16:00 BST to 19:00 BST. Listen to highlights from a special debate with a panel of business experts from 16:00 BST, or the full debate which is being broadcast from 18:00 BST.
Wednesday's breakfast show comes live from Deal Railway Station from 06:00 BST.

Here is the link to the BBC’s webpage where I copied the bumph from

Sorry this wasn’t very original, Clive Hart sent out the link, I think to everyone he sends his press releases to and I realised that as I would want to hear tomorrow mornings program, then presumably other blog readers would too.

The sketch is one of the ones I did yesterday at Dickens Week. 

And another sketch, people now come and stand in front of me when I am sketching which is a lot less unnerving. 

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