Greetings to Wivenhoe Town and all Football Fans

Firstly can we offer our commiserations to all the Wivenhoe Town Fans who listen to the Bryn and Bill Football Show.  As Colchester United fans we know all too well the pain of relegation.

The latest Bryn and Bill Football Show (no 19) is ready for your enjoyment on our mix cloud catch up service.  The latest show includes the return of Mole a stalwart Wivenhoe Town fan.  Recorded on the eve of relegation Mole speaks his mind and considers what’s going on with the Dragons? Just click the following link to have a listen.  Click on episode 19.

 It was a full house on the night with the studio is bursting with Real Football Radio.  Have a listen:

 - Tom Eastman plays us his favourite song to get married to, and explains what it’s like to be in that back row defending for Colchester United.  Hear what it’s like to get feedback from Roy Kean. Marvel at how Tom treads in the dangerous waters of comparing Big George and Magnus.

- Ian tells us how Boots 2 Africa has worked with Kenyan children to establish a real football initiative that can support and help those who need their support.

- Anthony recalls his Top 5 Football Books, yet he seems to have forgotten 'They Used to Play on Grass' by Terry Venables - thankfully he is a True Lover of Time, and he keeps us abreast of all existential time issue.

All this and the best music too...because this is Real Football Radio

Can I also add remind you about ‘Your Community Sport Show’. Bill and our friend Iain's new show is on Colne Radio every other Thursday evening from 8.00pm the very first show is available now for you to listen to ‘on demand’ at 

Our other important news is that the station is now broadcasting LIVE on 106.6FM in the North East Essex area, as finally we become an FM station!  So now you can join us in your car, in your kitchen, and even in your bathroom!

So make it a date EVERY week, Thursday at 8.00pm on Colne Radio

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Regards  @brynandbill @ColUBryn

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