WATCH: This week’s Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show with Goreham and Butler
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Watch this week's edition of our Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show from The Woolpack, as BBC Radio Norfolk duo Chris Goreham and Rob Butler join Michael Bailey to discuss all the big Canaries talking points.
The show returns to discuss the latest City action plus plenty more besides, with host Michael Bailey joined by this week's stellar line-up: the BBC Radio Norfolk duo of renowned commentator Chris Goreham and Canary Call host Rob Butler.
Kicking off live from about 7pm on Wednesday night, the show reflects on the Canaries' EFL Championship victory over Reading at Carrow Road, as well as what is left to get excited about after the first international break of the year.
All Canaries supporters are welcome every week to have their say on the show – simply post your comments and questions on the live chat that accompanies our Facebook broadcast, which will ping your message straight through to Michael's phone.
You are also free to pop down to the pub, to join us for the show live and speak to Michael and our guests.
What's your burning Norwich City issue? Let us know, tune in or watch as catch-up.
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