News Flash!

Coming up on this week’s show we have 2 great guests.

Megan Giglia MBE, Para Cycling World Champion, is racing in
for a chat about her recent Gold and future plans.

And we’re talking to Alissa Ayling, National Sport Manager at the charity
Sense, who’ll be telling us how the flagship Sporting Sense project is breaking down even more barriers to accessing sport.

To listen to us live at 9 PM on Wednesday 11 th April, click here:

http://www.streamlicensing.com/play/player.php?sid=3975&stream_id=8448

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