RADIO THAT’S PURE MAGIC WIN THIS!
Keith’s nude gran fear
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