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City pair on BBC Radio Bristol

Lee Johnson and Marlon Pack will feature on BBC Radio Bristol this evening.

With the season fast approaching, Sound of the City will be back on the airwaves with presenter Geoff Twentyman.

City head coach Lee Johnson will feature live on the first show, answering questions between 6pm and 6.30pm.

Then from 7pm onwards the BBC Sports Forum will be broadcast live from the Heineken Lounge at Ashton Gate, again with Twentyman in the chair as host.

City midfielder Pack will be one of the guests, along with Bristol Rovers player/coach Lee Mansell, Yeovil Town midfielder James Bailey, plus oval ball stars Bristol Rugby head coach Pat Lam and Bath Rugby and England international forward Charlie Ewels.

HOW TO LISTEN

Fans can listen to both broadcasts on BBC Radio Bristol in the local area (94.9FM, 104.6MW and 103.6MW), plus online.

The Sports Forum will also be broadcast on BBC Radio Somerset (95.5FM).

Look out for special Facebook Live broadcasts on the BBC Radio Bristol social media page.

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