Listen out for:

Wednesday 10.0 pm Surrey Sportsnight with Dan Henderson

Thursday 7.0 pm Highlights of Walton Viking Sea Scouts Summer Fair

Thursday 7.30 pm Weybridge's Peter Jefferson talks about his times
at BBC Radio reading The Shipping Forecast

Friday 7.30 pm Stars Over Surrey with John Axtel for August's night sky
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Wednesday 26 July

 

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 Nigel Scott

Sits in for Jim Richman with the afternoon music and conversation including the latest happenings in Surrey and at 2.20 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 and Monday at 11.0pm

                               

8.0 pm Ollie’s Rock Block
Oliver Lodge
with three 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 Surrey Sportsnight
Dan Henderson
with the latest on the sporting scene in Surrey and beyond plus a great mix of late night music. Get in touch with Dan at Facebook: Sport on Brooklands Radio and Twitter: @hendo_daniel and listen again at www.mixcloud.com/hendo_daniel

Dan is taking a summer break after tonight's show and will be back in September

 

Thursday 27 July

 

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 Jill Bennett
The afternoon show featuring a great selection of music, news of events in Surrey and including at 2.30 Your Health Matters with tips for a healthy lifestyle. Sally-Ann North calls herself a 'Fitness Trainer for the mind!' Instead of working with your body she uses a combination of therapies to enable her clients to make positive, long-term changes in their lives.  She can teach you tools to help you discover how to perform at your best. Today Sally Ann lets you know you have a choice, if you are stuck you don’t have to stay there! http://www.sally-annnorth.co.uk/

And at 3.30 Mindset for Success Part 7 - Jill talks about positive thinking and talking and how this can change your life.


4.0 pm Michael Weldon

Tea time tunes and information for Surrey including rush hour travel and incl. at 6.10 Toddlers Tracks.

 

7.0 pm Walton Viking Sea Scouts Summer Fair
Alan Bosson
and Jill Bennett meet those taking part in last Saturday’s event in Walton-on-Thames.

7.30 pm The Shipping Forecast – A British Institution

Hugh Evans talks to Peter Jefferson - former BBC Radio 4 broadcaster and voice of the Shipping Forecast - about the how the Shipping Forecast has played such a huge role in late night radio, and its impact on Britain and the shipping industry, and how it has become so iconic and special to radio listeners from many generations. You can also hear Peter announce the Shipping Forecast himself.

R – First broadcast 17 July.


8.0
pm Just Women
The weekly programme for women of all ages with Jackie Mitchell and guests:

April Kirk from April's Table who makes vegan dessert creations for all occasions. All the desserts are dairy free and made without regined sugar; gluten free and nut free options are also available. www.aprilstable.co.uk
Julie Upson
, a nurse, purchased Noor Wood with her husband Tony in 2012 and together they are personally undertaking to restore it back to a traditional wooden coppice. www.noorwood.co.uk

Yasmine Giles professional musician and singer will talk about her career in the music industry and her upcoming one woman show yasmine.giles@gmail.comInterviews will be available to listen again at brooklandsradio.co.uk/justwomen.
R – Broadcast on Tuesday at 8.0pm.


9.0 pm
Hunters Hollywood Hits and Brit Flicks - Costume Drama in Cinema and Period Pieces.

Presented by Suzanne Hunter. As E M Forster’s Howards End celebrates its 25th Anniversary and is shown around UK Cinemas from 28th July the time couldn’t be more perfect to celebrate not only our costume dramas but also the great writers behind the dramas ranging from Jane Austen, Beatrix Potter, William Shakespeare, Edmond Rostand and many more. Expect to hear scores from films like Cyrano De Bergarac, Shakespeare in Love, Anonymous, Miss Potter and much more.

www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/hollywoodhits.html

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

10.0 pm The Classical Collection

Jenny Sohl’s show tonight has a flavour of Newcastle, with music by Avison, Herschel and Scarlatti. There is a piece written by and for a One-Armed Pianist, some Summer Music, Ballet Music by Beethoven and something from The English Mozart – plus Mozart himself, Handel, Weber and more - not forgetting the Classical What’s On for Surrey.
R - Broadcast last Sunday at 5.0 pm.

 

Friday 28 July

 

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

At 2.30 Weybridge Walk-In Centre - Sara McMullen with information on the transfer of services from Weybridge Community Hospital following the recent fire.

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 Stars Over Surrey

Dave Jemitus introduces John Axtell from the Guildford Astronomical Society with a monthly review of astronomical matters including a review of the past month’s discoveries, events and space missions, Constellation of the Month, forthcoming talks and events and what's up in the night sky to see during the coming month.

Repeated on Monday night at 11.0 pm and available after transmission as a podcast. Next edition on Friday 25 August 7.30pm.

 

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 The Blues Hour

Roger McCormick presents the series celebrating the development of The Blues mixing the old and the new, building on the vast blues heritage of the mid-twentieth century, including the rich legacy of Delta and Chicago blues, and fascinating musical journeys into more modern idioms, some blues or "bluesy", some more rock or jazz-oriented.

 

Saturday 29 July

 

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 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 and at 12.0 Events In Surrey with 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
Sitting in for James Pearce 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 and Brit Flicks - Costume Drama in Cinema and Period Pieces.

Presented by Suzanne Hunter. As E M Forster’s Howards End celebrates its 25th Anniversary and is shown around UK Cinemas from 28th July the time couldn’t be more perfect to celebrate not only our costume dramas but also the great writers behind the dramas ranging from Jane Austen, Beatrix Potter, William Shakespeare, Edmond Rostand and many more. Expect to hear scores from films like Cyrano De Bergarac, Shakespeare in Love, Anonymous, Miss Potter and much more.

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 and featuring Radio Stars.

 

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. This week a family affair as Alex is joined in the studio by his son Chris who will share his Top 5 Country Songs. Country Through The Years visits the No 1 hits from 1988 and our featured artist is western farm girl Joni Harms.

R – Broadcast last Monday at 8.0pm.

 

Sunday 30 July

                                                     

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

 

Coverage of the Prudential Ride London-Surrey Cycling Event with Brooklands Radio at the Monument Green Weybridge event organised by the Weybridge Town Business Group featuring an artisan food and craft market.

 

8.0 am Smooth Sunday

Alan Timbrell with smooth music to ease you into the start of the day and what’s happening in Surrey with reports from the Ride London Surrey Cycling and including:

at 9.10 Sunday Viewpoint with Dr Nabil Mustapha, Chairman of the Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum,

at 9.30 The Sunday Papers and at 10.30 Kids Korner a classic track from when Alan was a child.

 

11.0 am Brooklands Brunch
Graham Laycock
with the brunchtime music and conversation and reports on the Ride London Surrey Cycling

 

2.0 pm Stephen Liddle

The picks from every music genre that can fit into the show, with news and internet stories from Surrey and around the world and further reports on the Ride London Surrey Cycling.

 

5.0 pm The Classical Collection - Heavenly Voices

Janet Shell features the sound of voices blending together in beautiful harmony as we explore some of the choral richness to be found within our ancient and modern singing tradition. Alongside these voices there are 3 purely orchestral movements by choral composers to bring us back to earth! If you want to be uplifted by the likes of Holst, Rutter, Chilcott and Whitacre, to say nothing of a forgotten composer Robert White.

R – Repeat and repeated on Thursday at 10.0 pm.

 

7.0 pm Suzanne’s World of Arts & Entertainment  - Interviews With The Stars
Suzanne Hunter with two more great star interviews. Griff Rhys Jones, star of popular TV shows Three Men and a Boat, Rivers, Mountains, The Routes of Great Britain and a whole host of comedy shows. Hear how Griff has manoeuvred his way out of perilous situations, avoided pranks from his fellow three men and a boat colleagues, how he was mistaken for Michael Palin, his advice and tips for comedy writers as well as his passionate and insightful views on history, architecture and conservation. Continuing the architectural theme Suzanne will be scaling new heights as she speaks with Dr Jonathan Foyle from the excellent BBC2 series "Climbing Great Buildings" and talks about his amazing experiences.

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

 

8.0 pm Music of the Musicals

Dan Curtis plays more magical music of the musicals.

R – Broadcast last Tuesday at 8.0 pm.

 

8.30 pm Olivia Lynch
The evening music mix - featuring classics, fresh new tunes and the film soundtrack of the week.

R – Broadcast last Tuesday at 8.30 pm.

 

10.0 pm Hugh Evans’s Late Night Rock
Join Hugh
for two hours of classic rock hits from the 70s and 80s to rock you through to midnight pausing for at 11.30 The Shipping Forecast.

 

Monday 31 July

 

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

 

1.0 pm Nigel Scott
Afternoon music and conversation including news of what’s on in Surrey.

 

4.0 pm Alan Timbrell
With the tea time tunes, travel news and what’s on in Surrey.

 

6.0 pm Graham Laycock
Sits in for James harvey with 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 Stars Over Surrey

Dave Jemitus introduces John Axtell from the Guildford Astronomical Society with a monthly review of astronomical matters including a review of the past month’s discoveries, events and space missions, Constellation of the Month, forthcoming talks and events and what's up in the night sky to see during the coming month.

R – Broadcast last Frday at 7.30pm and available after transmission as a podcast. Next edition on Friday 25 August 7.30pm.

 

11.30 pm Brooklands Radio Jukebox

 

Tuesday 1 August     

 

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, at 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 Ivana O’Brien and Doreen Pipe and guests:

Lisa Woodward, www.icingmarketing.com, was cooked up by Lisa Woodward in 2012, consolidating her 20 years (plus!) of in-house brand marketing experience. ICING was set up to offer a flexible, affordable and practical approach to bring marketing knowledge and experience to businesses of all sizes

Lydia Allen, Lydia is a personal stylist and make-up artist, based in Guildford, Surrey, offering a high quality and professional service advising both men and women on what to wear and how to develop their own unique style to enhance their individuality and appearance. www.lydiajanestyling.co.uk

Lyn Derrington, President of Shepperton Aurora Rotary, for 2017/18. She will be telling us about her club's local projects, community support and the international work that Rotary does for Polio eradication. Shepperton Aurora plans a great year ahead, which will include a Prestige Lecture, 60's Rock Night, Youth competitions, Interact, and of course Saints Sleigh, to name a few! Rotary does so much so find out how you can join a club near you. www.rotaryaurora.org.uk.

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

 

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

The 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 Who I am with clues throughout the show.

 

6.0 pm Dan Curtis
A great mix of music and conversation including:
At 6.30 The Am Dram Shout Out with news of local amateur theatre productions.

At 7.0 The 80s Hour

At 8.0 Music of the Musicals

 

8.30 pm Olivia Lynch
The evening music mix - featuring classics, fresh new tunes and the film soundtrack of the week.

Repeated on Sunday at 8.30 pm.

 

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.

 

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox