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Monday to Friday Afternoons, 2–6pm

Alex has been at Minster FM since 2003, making him our longest serving presenter. He's here every weekday afternoon with music, chat and the latest travel updates for your journey home.

Outside the radio station, Alex can usually be found living 'The Good Life', whether it's growing veg, collecting eggs from his hens or producing honey from his bees.

He's also quite handy with all things internet, and designs and updates this website.

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On The Show:  Alex plays the best of the 60s, 70s and 80s from 2-3pm in the Oldies Hour. There's Showbiz at 3.50 and 5.10, plus guess the lyrics in 'What's The Song?' at 5.20pm. Alex also has all the latest travel news for your journey home.

 
 
 

Alex's Show Blog...

Caffe Del Opera 3 Masterclass 22/09/14

With the York Festival of Food and Drink on this week, I thought I could do with brushing up on my culinary skills, so I spent a morning at Caffe Del Opera 3 on King Street in York for an Italian Cookery Masterclass.

Their style of food is very much based on authentic Italian and Sardinian cuisine, with a commitment to using the freshest and best quality ingredients.

Head chef, Salvatore showed me the ropes and got me cooking some amazing dishes... although there were one or two mishaps on the way (on my part).

Caffe Del Opera 3

Caffe Del Opera 3

Caffe Del Opera 3

Caffe Del Opera 3

Caffe Del Opera 3

Listen out every afternoon between 3 and 4pm to find out how I got on.

For more information on Caffe Del Opera 3, click here to visit their website. You can also visit their Facebook Page or follow them on Twitter: @CaffeDelOpera.

Posted by Alex Brown, on 22nd September 2014, in Alex Brown's Show Blog.

 
 

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