Why is 606 called that?

Why is 606 called that?

606 (pronounced six-oh-six) is a weekend early evening football phone-in programme, broadcast on BBC Radio Five Live throughout the British football season. The programme gets its name from the (approximate) time the show starts on a Saturday evening – six minutes past six – after the Sports Report has finished.

Where is George Riley now?

He is player-manager for Sunday league team The Quays FC in Manchester, having gained promotion into Manchester and Cheshire Division One.

What wave length is Radio 5 Live?


Radio 1 97-99 FM
Radio 2 88-91 FM
Radio 3 90-93 FM
Radio 4 92-95 FM, 103-105 FM (with local variations for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) For Long Wave and Medium Wave frequencies, see below.
Radio 5 Live 909/693 MW

Who presents 606 Robbie Savage?

Jason Mohammad
Jason Mohammad presents 606 with Robbie Savage on Saturdays.

How many miles is the 606?

The 606 is an 2.7-mile elevated park and trail that was built on what was once an industrial train line. Today, the popular trail features a chain of street-level parks, scenic look-out points, an observatory, and public art installations.

What has happened to Dougie Donnelly?

He left the BBC after the 2010 Scottish Cup Final, his 30th in a row, and is currently (as of 2020 lead commentator on European Tour Productions’ worldwide live TV coverage of golf’s European Tour on the Golf Channel, travelling to around 20 tournaments a year around the world.

How old is Eilidh Barbour?

39 years (December 14, 1982)
Eilidh Barbour/Age

What frequency is radio Live?

Mid-Northland – 100.7 FM. Whangarei – 90.8 FM. Auckland – 702 AM. Waikato – 100.2 FM.

Where is Anna Foster going?

Foster left Drive on 12 August 2021 to take up a new role as BBC Middle East correspondent in Beirut.

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