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OTY – A SkyTonight Special with Pete Singleton

Pete will be talking to Phil Molloy in a Sky Tonight Special on Wednesday 23rd October at 7pm.

Phil is a retired Chief Engineer at theMinistry of Defence. He’s been involved in satellite communication such as INMARSAT, has attended launches of satellites at Cape Canaveral and French Guyana.

Soul & Motown Competition closing date 4th November 2019

On the HCR104fm Soul and Motown Show each Monday evening 8 – 10pm, we are running a competition to win a pair of tickets to see the Magic Of Motown Show in Cambridge on Saturday 7th December.
To get into the prize draw call 01480 414 104 during the programme only with the answer to this question:-
What big anniversary is Tampa Motown celebrating this year?
All entries go into a big draw on the 4th November edition of the Soul and Motown Show.
With a new question and another entry chance next week.

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St Ives charity fundraising group set up to fight muscular dystrophy

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Hunters Down Care Home appearance at the Carnival

Hunters Down Care Home are very excited for this year’s Huntingdon Carnival. They were joint ...
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Win two tickets to see Sister Sledge live at the “Cambridge Club” festival on Sunday 16th June.

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Upcoming Local Events

For a full list of local events in the near future, please click here.

Chapel Arts Season – The Keith Pearson Quartet @ St. Ives
Oct 23 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Keith Pearson is a seasoned entertainer from the legendary Coup de Grass Band and this new lineup will enchant you with their wonderful harmonies and superb musicianship influenced by country, folk, blues and doo-wop music.

Good Old Days @ Papworth Everard
Oct 24 @ 7:30 pm – Oct 26 @ 8:30 pm

The Music Hall Society presents Good Old Days.  Celebrating songs and sketches from 1850 to 1945 the event will include a ploughman’s supper for the evening performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and tea and cake for the Thursday matinee show, which starts at 2.30m.  Tickets are £15 for the evening and £10 for the matinee.  Tickets available from

The Roman Stoke on Trent @ Oundle
Oct 25 @ 9:51 am – 10:51 am

A talk for the Middle Nene Archaeological Group.  Geoff Dannell is an internationally acclaimed expert on Samian pottery, having studied the potteries at La Graufesenque, near Millau, Aveyron in France.  He will talk on how the potteries developed and the distinctive fabric and how the glossy red finish was achieved.  £2 for non members.  Contact 01733 241206 to check latest times or cancellations.

Tabby McTat @ Peterborough
Oct 26 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Freckle Productions present Tabby McTat from the book by Julia Donaldson and Axed Scheffler.  Tabby McTat is a cat with the loudest of meeee-ews and a best friend with a guitar.  Together they sing their favourite songs delighting the crowds until one day Fred disappears.  Suitable for children and families of all ages.  Tickets are £14.50 and available from 01722 207239.

The Nutcracker & the Magical Kingdoms @ Huntingdon
Oct 26 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company presents The Nutcracker and The Magical Kingdoms.  This famous tale is brought to life, follow Clara and her journey through the magical kingdoms.  This is a bespoke ballet choreographed for the Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company by artistic director and Royal Ballet trained dancer, Saskia Lockey.