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Listen, duration: 14m 21s 80's legend Tony Hadley, tony Hadley talks Spandau Ballet and his new solo album.Tony is joined by one of the musical acts of the Chelmsford Arts Festival.Currently the station can be found.3 FM, 103.5 FM in Great Braxted, 729 AM in Manningtree 1530 am in Rayleigh and 765 AM in Bakers Wood.Commuters are being advised to check their train journeys before they travel, with restrictions lasting from 6am to 10pm tonight.Frank Nouble on joining Colchester United from Newport.News See all news stories.Yesterday the Beast from the East unleashed wintry showers across the south of Britain and across Europe.Stansted airport remains open, but officials have urged passengers flying today to check before leaving for the airport.The latest weather forecast predicting more snow showers across eastern parts of the region.You can tune into the program through their website or via the BBC Iplayer application.BBC Essex has a number of ongoing presenters including Sadie Nine, Rob Jelly, Dave Monk, Tony Fisher and Ronnie Barbour several occasional presenters and pass presenters have risen to critical maturity date of guarantee acclaim through the station including Tim Timbo Loyd.Facebook Like, comment and share.Essex lose to Yorkshire in their One Day Cup play-off listen, duration: 14m 22s, clare Grogan, a treat for 80's fans.Nationwide snowfall is forecast from today with many regions likely to be under a foot of snow by Friday.Frank Nouble: When facing Colchester last season I envied the way they played.Listen Duration: 3h Dave Monk - Dave Monk brings you the big Essex stories of the day and your calls.As one of the strongest and most popular radio stations across Essex, the program does also see regular digital streams through both its application and the website.Commentaries A rundown of all the latest BBC radio commentaries online.

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