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Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)

Ovalteeny shares his music taste

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@HIGH PIT WILMA - in thye mining topic I answered your question about any of us ,  ie me, Jas or Ovalteeny, been musical by saying - no.

What I should add is that I am not aware of the other two playing any musical instruments but Ovalteeny does have a love of various types of music and currently shares his tastes.

Every Tuesday - Lionheart radio (Alnwick) Messin Show - Messing with the Kid - 15:00 to 17:00

Check out the 'Schedule' & 'Presenters' on this link :-

https://www.lionheartradio.com/

 

 

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A bit slow of catching up,Alan,but DID at last! Thanks!

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12 hours ago, HIGH PIT WILMA said:

A bit slow of catching up,Alan,but DID at last! Thanks!

I haven't seen any posts on any of the sites from 'The Kid' the last week or so so he may be on holiday but his normal slot is a Tuesday 15:00 to 17:00 :- 

Lionheart radio Tuesday schedule.jpg

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