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Thursday 7.0 pm John Cull Goes Back To 1988 in muisc and news

Friday 11.0 pm Loose Connections previews Claygate Music Festival

Saturday 3.0 pm James Pearce's Countdown to Saturday Night
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Thursday 22 February

 

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox


10.0 am Alex Nairn

Sits in for Alan Bosson with music and chat including the lighter news stories of the day, the latest happenings in Surrey, including at 10.30 The Papers plus This Day In History and a couple of competitions.

 

1.0 pm Jill Bennett
The
afternoon show featuring a great selection of music, news of events in Surrey and including

at 1.30 Susan Arumenmi talks about how she was moved when she read the story of Weybridge 3 year old Emerson Grant. A gorgeous boy who has experienced a horrific spinal cord injury, who has been through so much and who needs our help! Susan tells Jill about the Challenge 300 and asks for your help.  https://emerson-grant.com/

at 2.30 Your Health Matters with tips for a healthy lifestyle. Caroline Gibbons founded Caroline's Essences, Luxurious essence creams with essential oils for your health and wellbeing connecting you to the energy of nature around the world and talks to Jill today about how she started her company and how these essences may help you.
 

4.0 pm Graham Laycock

Sits in for Michael Weldon with the tea time tunes and information for Surrey including rush hour travel including at 5.30 Claygate Music Festival organisers Denise Tenn and Clive Knapp preview with Roger McCormick the artists and music appearing and at 6.10 Toddlers Tracks.
 

7.0 pm John Cull Goes Back To 1988
Join John as he travels back in his time machine to 1988. What were Kylie and Jason up to and what was Margaret Thatcher's latest plans?

 

8.0 pm Just Women
The weekly programme for women of all ages with Alison Florence and Jackie Mitchell guests:
Vanessa Mustchin, works and connects with animals using communication. She helps owners and their pets to understand each other better by finding out why their pet may be unhappy or behaving badly. Her communication techniques also help owners to trace missing pets. Email snocket@hotmail.co.uk

Vee O'Brien is a nutritional therapist, transformational health coach and essential oils consultant www.veevital.com Sharon Curry, a coach and META Health Practitioner, specialises in supporting women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer www.sharoncurry.co.uk

R – Broadcast on Tuesday at 1.0 pm and available to listen again at brooklandsradio.co.uk/justwomen.

 

9.0 pm Hunters Hollywood Hits

With the Winter Olympics closing on 25th February and with the Six Nations Rugby in full flow Suzanne Hunter shares with you Sports on Screen (in film) Part 1. Think films featuring running, bobsleighing, cricket, golf, basketball and baseball with films like Chariots of Fire, The Hurricane, Rocky, Wondrous Oblivion; The Wrestler and many more with music ranging from film scores to popular music by artists like The Who, Survivor, Marvin Gaye, Dandy Livingston, Jimmy Hendricks and many more to enjoy.
Part 2 next week.
www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/hollywoodhits.html

Repeated on Saturday at 7.0 pm and listen again at www.mixcloud.com/huntershits

 

10.0 pm The Classical Collection

Jenny Sohl plays music for an Important Family, some Renaissance Music, a Significant Symphony and Music for an Aeroplane.  There is Something English, a Musical Experiment and A Piece that Completed Another, plus music by Stravinsky and Sibelius too, all with the Classical What’s On for Surrey

R – Broadcast last Sunday at 5.0 pm.

Friday 23 February

 

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

 

10.0 am Dave Jemitus     

Music and chat including the lighter news stories of the day and the latest happenings in Surrey. Including at10.30 The Papers, at 11.30 Fightback Ninja helping to defeat scammers, spammers and time-wasters, and at 12.30 Lateral Thinking Puzzle.

 

1.0 pm Surrey News Review

The week’s local Surrey News with Graham Laycock and a journalist from the Surrey Advertiser. Compiled by the Surrey Advertiser and getsurrey.co.uk.

Repeated at 7.0 pm.

 

1.15 pm Graham Laycock
Afternoon music and conversation including news of events in Surrey.

at 1.30 Woking & Sam Beare Weybridge Hospices Lottery Draw
The winning numbers in yesterday’s lottery draw and forthcoming fund raising events.

at 3.30 Events In Surrey with Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide for things to see and do in Surrey over the coming weeks.

              

4.0 pm Trevor James’s Feel Good..It's Friday

The weekend starts here with three hours of only the best songs from across the decades to date. A look back at This Day in History and from 6.30 The Essential Friday Night Live Gig Guide and The Motown Countdown.

 

7.0 pm Surrey News Review
The week’s local Surrey News with Graham Laycock and a journalist from the Surrey Advertiser. Compiled by the Surrey Advertiser and getsurrey.co.uk.

R - Broadcast at 1.0pm today.

 

7.30 pm Suzanne’s World of Arts & Entertainment - Interviews With The Stars
Suzanne Hunter with more fascinating star interviews as she speaks with Jocelyn Brown the American R & B and dance music singer who has co written such stunning hits as Somebody Else’s Guy and Keep me in mind with Culture club. Suzanne’s second guest is the R+B international recording artist Billy Ocean enjoy a brief interview Suzanne had with Billy.

More at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/worldofarts.html         
Available after transmission to listen again at
www.mixcloud.com/suzyhunterentertainmentshow

 

Next Friday at 7.30pm Stars Over Surrey with Dave Jemitus and John Axtell.

 

8.0 pm Ray Darrell’s 50s & 60s Show
Three hours of pure nostalgia from deep within the vaults of Ray's record library. Popular recordings, obscure recordings, it's all here! With three Musical Quizzes, a genuine Vinyl Moment plus the 2 into 1 spot whereby two singers share billing for the same popular song, it really is all to play for!


11.0
pm Loose Connections

Roger McCormick explores loose musical links and connections and this week previews the artists and music appearing at the Claygate Music Festival and talks to organisers Denise Tenn and Clive Knapp.

Repeated on Sunday at 1.0 pm. Next Friday at 11.0 pm The Blues Hour.


Saturday 24 February
                                                                     

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox


8.0 am Brookland’s Breakfast

Graham Laycock and Matthew England get Saturday off to a great start featuring Matthew’s Moment, Junior Choice and Celebrity Birthdays plus at 8.30 Today’s Sport and at 9.30 Woking & Sam Beare Hospices Lottery Draw.

 

10.0 am Saturday with TW

Trevor Wilson features a great music variety, The Word Maze, Is It Fact or Fiction and What’s On My Mind – things on my mind, what’s on yours? Plus news, weekend travel and a bit of chat along the way including at 12.0 Events In Surrey - Diana Roberts from the Guildford Tourist Information Centre with the essential guide for things to see and do in Surrey.

 

1.0 pm Barry Richards
The
most important stories and events trending locally and nationally and the more obscure stories that you might have missed plus the best of week’s Celebrity Buzz, The Time Capsule, Something for the Weekend all brought to you in association with our live feeds from the Riverhouse Barn, Hair Mechanix and the Bourne Valley Garden Centre.

 

3.0 pm James Pearce’s Countdown to Saturday Night
JP with three hours of music and features as we welcome in the best night of the week. Full of music and the latest trending topics, there’s plenty to keep you entertained and informed of what's going on in Surrey and at 3.30 This Week’s No. 1, at 4.30 The Weekend Guide and at 5.30 Crack the Connection.

 

6.0 pm Matthew England’s 70s Sequence

A super selection of non-stop classic 70s hits.

 

7.0 pm Hunters Hollywood Hits

With the Winter Olympics closing on 25th February and with the Six Nations Rugby in full flow Suzanne Hunter shares with you Sports on Screen (in film) Part 1. Think films featuring running, bobsleighing, cricket, golf, basketball and baseball with films like Chariots of Fire, The Hurricane, Rocky, Wondrous Oblivion; The Wrestler and many more with music ranging from film scores to popular music by artists like The Who, Survivor, Marvin Gaye, Dandy Livingston, Jimmy Hendricks and many more to enjoy.
Part 2 next week.
www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/hollywoodhits.html

R – Broadcast last Thursday at 9.0 pm and after transmission listen again at www.mixcloud.com/huntershits

 

8.0 pm Mirth & Musicals 
Jim Allen
 with songs and show tunes from the musicals mixed with classic comedy from the past with featuring Comedy Folk.

 

10.0 pm Brooklands Country

Alex Nairn with two hours of the best in Country music featuring new and established artists from across the world. As always Brooklands Country delivers great country music for the people but this week the music is also being chosen by the people. Our listener Top 5 feature has two listeners in the studio with their respective Top 5s and we also have requests from a further three listeners. UK Vocal group The Wandering Hearts are taking the country by storm and I’ll play tracks from their latest album. And we will still have time for some new releases and classic tracks from artists such as Mary Chapin Carpenter and Loretta Lynn.

R – Broadcast last Monday at 8.0pm.

 

Sunday 25 February

           

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

 

9.0 am Smooth Sunday

Alan Timbrell with smooth music to ease you into the start of the day and what’s happening in Surrey and including: at 9.10 Sunday Viewpoint with Dr Nabil Mustapha of the Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum, at 9.30 The Sunday Papers and at 10.30 Kids Korner a classic track from when Graham was a child.

 

11.0 am Brooklands Brunch
Stephen Liddle
with the picks from every music genre that can fit into the show, with news and internet stories from Surrey and around the world.


1
.0 pm Loose Connections

Roger McCormick explores loose musical links and connections and this week previews the artists and music appearing at the Claygate Music Festival and talks to organisers Denise Tenn and Clive Knapp.

R – Broadcast last Friday at 11.0 pm
                

2.0 pm Graham Laycock
Afternoon music and conversation including a guide to events in Surrey.

 

5.0 pm Classical Collection - The Natural World

Janet Shell presents a programme which centres on how much composers rely on the world around us for inspiration. Without a bumble bee in sight we wander down country lanes, hear the birds singing, shelter in the shade of trees, stay out in the garden until late and enjoy the moonlight!

Repeated on Thursday at 10.0 pm.                  

 

7.0 pm Suzanne’s World of Arts & Entertainment  - Interviews With The Stars

Suzanne Hunter talks to the magnetic screen presence that is Terence Stamp. He was Academy nominated not only for his first film but also starred in Superman 1 and 2 with Marlon Brando, opposite Julie Christie in Far from the Madding Crowd, as well as appearing in films ranging from The Limey, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Billy Budd, and Star Wars and just so many more. He talks about his acting, his life prior to acting, his philosophies and numerous literary works.

More at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/worldofarts.html
Available after transmission to listen again at www.mixcloud.com/suzyhunterentertainmentshow

 

8.0 pm Brea Gosling
The evening music mix featuring classic tracks, fresh new tunes and spotlighting the artist of the week Paloma Faith.

Repeated on Wednesday at 10.0 pm

 

10.0 pm Hugh Evans’s Late Night Rock
Join Hugh for two hours of late night classic rock radio bringing you a range of classic rock, hard rock, heavy metal, blues rock, trucker rock, biker rock and more. Also at 11.30 The Shipping Forecast to keep you updated on the overnight weather.

 

Monday 26 February

 

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

 

10.0 am John Cull In The Morning

John Cull gets your week off to a good start with some great music and chat including details of what’s happening in Surrey and keeping you up-to-date with the local news and gossip. Throughout the show the latest news from behind the small screen - what's going on in the world of television.

At 10.30 Place of the Day

After 12.0 Surrey Connections - John turns the spotlight on an artist or performer who has a strong connection with Surrey.

 

1.0 pm Nigel Scott

Afternoon show featuring a great selection of music, news of events in Surrey.

 

4.0 pm Hugh Evans

Sits in for Alan Timbrell with the tea time tunes, travel news and what’s on in Surrey.

                 

6.0 pm James Harvey
A great music mix, rush hour travel news and the best of what’s happening in Surrey.

 

8.0 pm Brooklands Country

Alex Nairn with two hours of the best in Country music featuring new and established artists from across the world.

Repeated on Saturday at 10.0 pm.

 

10.0 pm The Soul Hour
Alan Bosson
features the best soul music.

 

11.0 pm Cool Connections

Roger McCormick explores musical links and connections. This week Ring Out The Chimes of Freedom.

R – Broadcast last Wednesday at 7.0 pm.

 

Tuesday 27 February     

 

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

 

10.0 am Dave Jemitus

Music and chat including the lighter news stories of the day and the latest happenings in Surrey. Including at 10.30 The Papers, 11.30 Fightback Ninja helping to defeat scammers, spammers and time-wasters and at 12.30 Lateral Thinking Puzzle.

 

1.0 pm Just Women

The weekly programme for women of all ages with Anne Twist and Doreen Pipe guests:
Karen Brand of Wonderleaf is a Forever Living Distributor and is studying nutrition with a particular interest in what we are eating from a toxicity perspective and the environmental impact of the use of palm oil in so many products. www.wonderleafgroup.com

Nathalie Britten coaches individuals through career and leadership transformation www.arowofducks.com

Nina Khoo specialises in coaching for highly sensitive people, who can become easily overwhelmed and experience intense emotions. www.ninakhoo.com

Repeated on Thursday at 8.0 pm and available to listen again at brooklandsradio.co.uk/justwomen.

 

2.0 pm Michael Grinter
Afternoon music and conversation including the latest happenings in Surrey and featuring Weird News Stories from around the world.

 

4.0 pm Alan Bosson
Afternoon music and chat including the lighter news stories of the day, the latest happenings in Surrey plus a visit to the Soul Vault and Guess The Year with clues throughout the show.

 

6.0 pm Dan Curtis

A great mix of music and conversation including:
At 6.30 The Amdram Shout Out

At 7.0 The 80s Hour

                                                   

8.0 pm Anne Twist

The evening music mix - featuring classics, fresh new tunes and the film soundtrack of the week.
Next week James Harvey.

 

10.0 pm The Progressive Alternative

Adrian Bell features the best of Progressive Rock both ancient and modern, and everything of an Alternative nature, from the Underground to the Avant Garde and everything in-between.

 

Wednesday 28 February

 

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

 

10.0 am Alan Bosson
Music and chat including the lighter news stories of the day, the latest happenings in Surrey, including at 10.30 The Papers plus This Day In History and a couple of competitions.

 

1.0 pm Jim Richman
Afternoon music and conversation including the latest happenings in Surrey and at 2.30 Magic of the Musicals and at 3.03 3 After 3 classic 60s hits.

 

4.0 pm Alex Nairn
The mid-week musical feast and chat including events in Surrey and the rush hour travel news plus this week’s Song for Bob and a Classic Showtune. There’s a taste of country music in Country Corner and in Versions an unfamiliar version of a familiar song. The weekly Novelty Song features a tune we may choose to forget but the nation put it in the charts, and between 6 & 7pm Three Top 10 Hits from this week in the past.

                      

7.0 pm Cool Connections

Roger McCormick explores musical links and connections.

Repeated on Sunday at 1.0pm.

           

8.0 pm Ollie’s Rock Block
Two hours of hard rock, prog rock, glam rock, indie rock, punk rock, any rock as long as it rocks including Is It Rock? and The Long One.

 

10.0 pm Brea Gosling
The evening music mix featuring classic tracks, fresh new tunes and spotlighting the artist of the week Paloma Faith.

R – Broadcast last Sunday at 8.0 pm.

 

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox