Geoff Lloyd creates second Hometown Glory series

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Union JACK is bringing back Geoff Lloyd’s Hometown Glory programme for a second series.

The first episode of the new series starts Saturday 7th July at 11am and includes five shows in total, each of which will also be available as a podcast.

The interview series, in which Geoff Lloyd takes a selection of high-profile guests on a journey down memory lane with the aid of Google Maps, will see names including comedians Phil Jupitus, Mark Steel and Andy Hamilton, musician and former Sex Pistol Glen Matlock and TV personality Anne Hegerty (Governess of ITV’s gameshow The Chase) confront their days of old, discussing pivotal moments from their past.

Hometown Glory first broadcast on Union JACK earlier this year, when comedians including Tom Allen and Nick Helm shared their comical stories with listeners.

Speaking of the second series, Union JACK’s CEO Ian Walker told RadioToday: “Geoff Lloyd’s Hometown Glory was a big hit with our listeners, so we’re excited to see the second series with another provocative talent line up. If you like a laugh, then this is definitely going to be one for you.”

Geoff and his co-host Annabel Port left the Hometime show on Absolute Radio in 2017, and has since launched a show on SIRIUS XM and started a Podcast with Ed Miliband.



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  1. Tracey Thorpe says

    I can only thank the BBC,as I have become re~aquainted with my CD collection.I can no longer listen to Drivetime,it just doesn’t work for me.Shame.

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