Vibe107.6 Launch All New Sports Podcast 'Sports Vibe'

Sports Vibe

Check out the all new Sports Vibe podcast for the latest in local sport around South-West Herts

Calling all sports fanatics!

Are you looking for a fresh sports themed podcast that caters for the local community? Are you missing the good old fashioned opinions that make football, boxing and high level competition so exciting? Vibe107.6 have you covered!

Joining Vibe107.6 sport reporters Noah Abrahams and Ryan Thrussell, specialist guests will share their views on Hertfordshire's very own Premier League outfit Watford FC, your favourite non-league sides, the World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Anthony Joshua and Formula One's World Drivers Champion Lewis Hamilton.

Listen, download and enjoy the Sports Vibe podcast as your voice is echoed through Watford's biggest and best radio station.

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