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The Afternoon Stroll Cricket Roundup: Week ten

Week ten of league cricket sees one or two successful sides falter, but Newdigate beat the table-toppers, South Nutfield and Reigate Priory sail on, there’s a maiden club hundred for Dru Tunstall at Outwood, and another big milestone’s passed at Horley, this time by Deepal Ahangama who’s in town from Sri Lanka.

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Susy’s Cricket Chat Show ‘On The Front Foot’ – July Edition

July’s ‘On The Front Foot’ sees Tim Bowling, David Jay and pundit Andy Tharp discussing local club news – including a remarkable milestone for Horley’s Chris Allen – plus the County Championship, before moving on the the World Cup and other matters. Guests are Robert Mitchell, Chair of the East Surrey Colts’ League; and Mary Briggs and Maz Graham from Outwood Blazes.

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*Apologies for intermittent reductions in sound quality.

Chrissy chats with little “Scout” …… a Meerkat! Simples!

A first for Susy Radio, an interview with a Meerkat!

Laura from Animals UK brought little ‘Scout’ the Meerkat over to the SUSY Radio OB unit for a natter at the Copthorne Carnival.

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Chrissy with ‘Scout’, the meerkat

Punk heroes Buzzcocks pay tribute to Pete Shelley

Chrissy Muir reviews the Buzzcocks Gig at the Albert Hall on Friday 21st June, with Spizz – their first without their much loved Pete Shelley.

Bands on the night included Penetration and The Skids, before the mighty Buzzcocks took to the stage, with a host of special guest vocalists.

Feature image © Steve Diggle


Buzzcocks (With Tim Burgess) – You Say You Don’t Love Me
Royal Albert Hall – 21/6/2019

Captain Sensible at the Royal Albert Hall
© Chrissy Muir
Royal Albert Hall gate
© Chrissy Muir

A ‘BOOST’ for SUSY Radio listeners

After a year of discussion and applications completed, OFCOM engineers today visited the Reigate Hill based transmission site of Susy Radio 103.4, completed various tests for compliance and authorised the turning up of the transmitted power.

Susy Radio was originally licensed to broadcast on 103.4FM using 50 Watts, but was finding that many listeners were struggling with reception for various reasons including the shielding effects of modern building construction.

The board of directors applied to OFCOM for a transmitter power increase and today just before lunch time, saw this request was achieved. The decision came following OFCOM’s tests to ensure no one was adversely affected by the power increase.

Susy Radio 103.4 is now transmitting at 100 Watts. This increase represents a doubling of transmitted power, or in technical terms a “3 Decibel lift”, which should be noticed by Susy Radio listeners as a clearer signal as well as more reliable reception on smaller radios when driving around the area.