Everton Show Is Coming To North Wales

From this Friday, April 28, Everton Football Club’s weekly television programme will be broadcast on a new channel, Made In North Wales, bringing supporters in the region the very latest Blues news, interviews and features.

Made In North Wales broadcasts on Freeview (channel 8), with The Everton Show set to air every Friday from 7pm.

Hosted by Everton’s Publications and Broadcast Manager, Darren Griffiths, the official offering takes supporters behind-the-scenes both at Goodison Park and the Club’s Finch Farm training ground, and features exclusive interviews with manager Ronald Koeman and his first-team players.

Additionally, each week Darren is joined on The Everton Show’s customary blue sofa by a special guest - typically a former player or a figure from within the Club - and one of either 1987 First Division title winner Ian Snodin or 1995 FA Cup winner Graham Stuart.

Wales captain and Everton defender Ashley Williams said: “It’s great for the Evertonians in north Wales to be able to see The Everton Show. I know that loads travel over for the games at Goodison and I am sure they’ll enjoy watching the programme.”

Presenter Darren added: “This is terrific news for both the Football Club and our massive fan base in the north Wales area. We have a great relationship with our supporters from that part of the world and this is just another way of strengthening it. I am sure the show will be as well-received in Wales as it has been everywhere else.”

The Everton Show also airs at 7pm each Friday on the Made In Liverpool network (Sky channel 117, Freeview 7 and Virgin 159) and on demand via the Club’s official YouTube channel (youtube.com/Everton) and official website, evertonfc.com.

For more information, head to evertonfc.com/TheEvertonShow.

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