The Orient Hour – s06 e18 – hosted by Steve Tongue, Trevor Singfield, Richard Priest and Keren Harrison with a guest interview with Brian Saah



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Tonight’s panel of Steve Tongue, Trevor Singfield, Richard Priest and Keren Harrison discuss the recent performances against Ebbsfleet United and Charlton Athletic as well as listening to Victor’s Views.

The guest interview tonight is with Brian Saah, former Leyton Orient player and now the O’s Professional Development Lead Coach who discusses with Steve Tongue and Lee Boyce on all things going on in and around the Leyton Orient Academy.

They then discuss the forthcoming fixture against Rochdale and Keren pays tribute to the Supporters Club’s real ale aficionado, Mike Childs.

Enjoy the show!

PS Dont forget to check out www.leytonorient.com if you cannot get to Rochdale on Saturday 12 November as it is an international weekend so there will be news on how to sign up for the streaming service.

Today's schedule
12am Destination Dawn
7am Sunday Breakfast
Gareth Williams
10am The Sunday Sessions
Jon Good
12pm Sunday Lunch
Tony Smith
2pm Having A Ball
Keith Ball
4pm The Arts Programme
Rob West and Claire Gevaux
6pm Stepping Out
Nigel Fitzmaurice
8pm Mix It Up
Jo Bailey
10pm The Golden Years
Andy Gilson
 
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