Saturday 20 October
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
with 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
In a special show this week Songs and Stories from Africa talking to Nibs Van der Spuy about his life and music as part of black history month. Nibs is South African and he plays an array of unusual guitars to the highest standard and sings beautifully crafted African folk songs. 3 successful albums produced with his own following across Europe particularly France Spain and Portugal. His stories and music gently transcend you to a place of calm meditation and imagination. He’s currently on tour in the UK, played Camden last weekend.

3.0 pm Tim Mitchell’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 Suzanne’s World of Arts and Entertainment
June 2018 marked the 80th birthday of a special guest that Suzanne Hunter invited on her show the acclaimed lyricist Don Black. You can enjoy this timeless interview replaying to co-inside with BBC Radio 2 special "Evening with Don Black" hosted by Michael Ball at the Radio Theatre in London. Don Black talks about his phenomenal body of work ranging from writing for numerous pop artists and legendary singers to writing for multiple James Bond themes and numerous films to his sensational stage songs for many Lord Lloyd Webber musicals. First Suzanne talks to the ultimate Bond leading lady Honor Blackman which some fascinating stories of her career.
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8.0 pm Mirth & Musicals 

Jim Allen
with songs and show tunes from the musicals mixed with classic comedy from the past and featuring Liverpool Comedians.

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 the width, breadth and depth of Country music is on show. Country through the years goes back to 1957 with 5 of the biggest selling singles in that year. The Brooklands Country Jukebox is loaded up with 5 laid back country songs from the ladies of Country. There’s bluegrass music from the Old Crow Medicine Show, The Dixie Chicks and Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver. Irish music gets a hearing as do two fabulous listener requests. Today’s country is represented by Brothers Osborne and Morgan Evans and the country music of the 70s is remembered by Crosby Stills and Nash and The Flying Burrito Brothers.
R – Broadcast last Monday at 8.0 pm.

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox