Friday 22 March
 
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 and then available as a podcast.
    

1.15 pm Graham Laycock
Afternoon music and conversation including news of events in Surrey.
at 1.30 Woking & Sam Beare Hospices Lottery Draw
The winning numbers in today’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 and available as a podcast.


7.30 pm Suzanne’s World of Arts & Entertainment  - Interviews With The Stars
An Actors Life For Me.
A half-hour special to enjoy two past Interviewees. 22nd March marks the birthday of acclaimed actor Jeremy Clyde to celebrate enjoy a timeless interview Suzanne Hunter enjoyed with Jeremy. Fans of "Chad and Jeremy" you won’t want to miss Suzanne talking to Theatre and TV actor Jeremy Clyde about his play 3 Days in May about Churchill, The Alan Clarke Diaries and his working on John Barry scored musicals and his song John Barry's Yesterday's Gone. Having recently finished Reality TV's "Posh Hotels with Sally and Nigel" Nigel Havers returns to tread the board in the ever popular "Art" on a UK tour in 2019. Suzanne talks to Nigel about his previous show "BasketCase" that he co-produced with Michael Whitehall; as well as his plethora of TV classics to include "The Charmer" and "Don't Wait up" also find out what it was like for him working with Steven Spielberg on "Empire of the Sun" , David Lean in "Passage to India" and his leading roles in Chariots of Fire and much more.
More at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/worldofarts.html    
Available after transmission to listen again at www.mixcloud.com/suzyhunterentertainmentshow

 
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
Kid Jensen and Roger McCormick
present 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.
Repeated next Thursday at 7.0pm and listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/theblueshour.html

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox