/ Kirkpatrick, Creamer & more in new radio show
Big wall aficionado Andy Kirkpatrick, accomplished trad, sport and all-rounder Lucy Creamer and talented boulderer Mina Leslie-Wujastyk will all be interviewed in a new series of climbing and cycling radio shows every Saturday this month.
The series - Steel Fingers, Steel Wheels - airs live at 10am each Saturday in September on Sheffield Live! broadcasting on 93.2FM in Sheffield and worldwide via http://www.sheffieldlive.org
Featuring climbing and cycling, the shows will also include interviews with mountain biking world champion Steve Peat and professional cyclist Dean Downing.
And listeners can enter two competitions to win a Revolution bicycle and a family climbing pass at the new Awesome Wall in Sheffield.
Guests will talk about their achievements, challenges and motivation. Got a question you'd like to ask one the guests? Reply below or email email@example.com and we'll choose a few to ask on air.
Tune in live at 10am each Saturday in September through 93.2 FM in Sheffield or http://www.sheffieldlive.org all over the world. Or if you miss the shows live, download the podcasts afterwards.
More about the shows and some of the other guests here: http://www.sheffieldlive.org/2013/09/listen-to-new-show-win-a-bike-and-a-climbing-outing/
Really enjoyed listening to the podcast of this
He picked some good music too - particularly that Sonic Youth track
Looking forward to the others in series
Thanks Chris. Lucy Creamer is on the show tomorrow (21 Sept) at 10am.
And last week's show (14 Sept) which was all about cycling is available as a podcast here http://www.sheffieldlive.org/2013/09/all-about-cycling-in-sheffield-and-beyond/
Podcast of today's show, featuring hour long interview with Lucy Creamer, here: http://www.sheffieldlive.org/2013/09/lucy-creamer-one-of-uks-most-accomplished-climbers-interviewed-...
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