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Keith’s nude gran fear

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - PURE Evoke Mio D2 Blue­tooth Dig­i­tal Ra­dio – £129.99 shop.pure.com/ UK

THERE’s still some­thing amaz­ing about lis­ten­ing to the ra­dio, ex­pe­ri­enc­ing new songs you prob­a­bly wouldn’t have lis­tened to.

So the new Pure Evoke Mio D2 is great.

It’s a dig­i­tal ra­dio that has the added ben­e­fit of be­ing able to play mu­sic from your phone or tablet, ei­ther by a 3.5mm cable or the much more mod­ern day Blue­tooth.

There’s a built-in alarm, qual­ity OLED dis­play and even a kitchen timer, so it’s more than just your stan­dard box.

It even comes in a range of colours to fit your kitchen – in­clud­ing pewter, cerulean and scar­let.

When used with a ChargePak – sold sep­a­rately – you can have up to 20 hours of por­ta­ble lis­ten­ing per charge, so you can take this lit­tle guy wher­ever you go.

Whether it’s lis­ten­ing to Magic FM or play­ing mu­sic through your mo­bile, you’ll never be caught short again.

There’s even a three-year war­ranty in case you get pissed and drop it in a pud­dle.

Now win an Evoke Mio D2 ra­dio cour­tesy of our pals over at PURE.

To be in with a chance of win­ning, sim­ply an­swer one ques­tion:

How long is PURE’s war­ranty for the Evoke Mio D2? a) 1 year b) 6 months c) 3 years

Send you an­swers along with your name, ad­dress and tele­phone num­ber to our HQ at: Sun­day Sport Pure Comp, Floor 3, Maclaren House, Lan­cas­trian Of­fice Cen­tre, Tal­bot Road, Old Traf­ford, Manch­ester, M32 0FP.

A name will be drawn out of the hat on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 12. MOST peo­ple wish their of­fice was more like a pub – but down­ing shots at the desk is a big no-no.

You can, how­ever, re­cap­ture a lit­tle bit of the lo­cal boozer with this ta­ble top pool ta­ble.

No nuts and bolts are needed to set up a bril­liant game of skill.

fun­ny­man Keith Le­mon has let slip his NUDE GRANNY se­cret.

The star ( real name Leigh Fran­cis, 41 – says he was bril­liant at art when he was at col­lege but strug­gled to cope with ‘life draw­ing’ classes where stu­dents had to sketch naked old bid­dies.

He ex­plained: “I came out of col­lege with the high­est mark in art. I did life draw­ing. In your imag­i­na­tion you think it’s go­ing to be fit birds, but it was an old lady.

“I just kept think­ing, ‘That’s some­one’s grandma. I hope it’s no one’s grandma from this school’.”

Keith has just re­leased his first chil­dren’s book, called for which he’s also drawn all the il­lus­tra­tions

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