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An exciting look back at the day’s events with Chris Makey.

We'll delve into the fact file, stupid laws, health tips, and the day's reactions to current events. We'll discuss the cultural activities of the evening and take a look at the UK, London, and China’s latest updates: trending subjects, urgent travel updates, business news, sport and interviews around the city.

A lively show bringing the best of the station’s events together, helping you finish your workday with the best entertainment and music from 3pm 'till 6pm every weekday. Listen now DAB: Spectrum SINO App: Sino App, Radio Player, and Tunein Online: www.sino.uk






News

LISTEN: Crayfish International speaks to Sino



News July 25,2017


  Chris Makey spoke with Ting Zhang of Crayfish International live on Drivetime on Spectrum Sino Radio and www.sino.uk After working with many SMEs to access China over the past 17 years, Crayfish fully understand all the d...

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'Listen to Iron Maiden, baby' with Makey



News July 20,2017


    It won't be all of Iron Maiden (or indeed any of Wheatus), but Chris will be speaking to Tony Moore, one of the band's original members. Moore who later went on to join 80s sensations Cutting Crew.   &n...

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Terrorism Exercise in Battersea Park



News July 17,2017


Gunfire echoed through Battersea Park's Old English Garden this afternoon as members of the military carried out a counter terrorism exercise.    Witnessed by journalist Jason Rushworth, the suit clad men and women pra...

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LISTEN: Vicar's Picnic Festival Coming Soon



News July 05,2017


The Vicar’s Picnic is touted as one of the greatest music festivals in The UK. The music extravaganza takes place every year on the banks of the Lees River, in the town of Yalding.   If you’re wondering what The...

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SINO Talks Politics - Labour Manifesto



News May 22,2017


Tuesday saw the launch of the Labour Party's manifesto.    Key policies include scrapping university tuition fees, re-nationalising the railways and increasing income tax for those earning above £80,000.   ...

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