Pictured above, from left, are: Izzy Lamble (front of house manager, Hadleigh Ram), Nick Pandolfi (Town 102 presenter), James Cartlidge (South Suffolk MP) and customer Jan Ballard.
The broadcast from the Hadleigh Ram featured a question time with South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge, advice on dementia-friendly restaurants and even a cocktail masterclass.
The pop-up live show, run by Town 102, also featured a cookery demonstration.
Town 102 Radio presenter Nick Pandolfi said: “Hearing about the family-run business, the characters that make ‘The Ram’ so popular, as well as from the key suppliers who discussed their contribution, was fascinating.
“We were able to engage our audience with the work of the team to make some very entertaining radio.”
South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge said: “Hadleigh is a thriving market town in my constituency, with some super places to visit.
“I am pleased that the Hadleigh Ram is playing its part in raising the profile of the town through initiatives like the pop-up radio event.”