Friday 16 April

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

7.0 am Brooklands Breakfast
Holly Carnegie
featuring a great selection of music to start your day plus the latest events and happenings in Surrey and regular travel news for the county.

9.0 am Tim Mitchell
Morning music and conversation plus news of events in Surrey.

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 Surrey News Review
Graham Laycock
with the week’s local Surrey News from the Surrey Advertiser and getsurrey.co.uk.
Repeated at 7.0 pm and then available as a podcast.


followed by Woking and Sam Beare Hospices Lottery Draw with today’s winning numbers.

1.30 pm Modern Aged Middle Life
Emily Baum and Graham Jarvis are middle aged comedy writers befuddled by the modern world. Together they take a humorous approach to solving day to day issues and discussing hard hitting subjects such as “What ever happened to knitted swimming trunks?” Join them for a laugh and explore the world through their eyes.
Repeated at 7.30 pm and available to listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/midlife.html

2.0 pm
Susie Mac
A
fternoon music and chat and latest happenings in Surrey.

4.0 pm Sounds Symphonic
Michael Weldon
features some the best popular singers accompanied by great orchestral arrangements.

5.0 pm
Alan Timbrell
Early evening music and chat including the latest happenings in Surrey. 

7.0 pm Surrey News Review
Graham Laycock
with the week’s local Surrey News from the Surrey Advertiser and getsurrey.co.uk.
R - Broadcast at 1.0pm today and available as a podcast.

followed by Woking and Sam Beare Hospices Lottery Draw with today’s winning numbers.

7.30 pm Modern Aged Middle Life
Emily Baum
and Graham Jarvis are middle aged comedy writers befuddled by the modern world. Together they take a humorous approach to solving day to day issues and discussing hard hitting subjects such as “What ever happened to knitted swimming trunks?” Join them for a laugh and explore the world through their eyes.
RBroadcast at 1.30 pm today and available to listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/midlife.html

 
8.0 pm Jim Richman’s 60s Spotlight
The show dedicated to the music of the sixties featuring classic hits and some less well known.
Repeated on Sunday at 6.0 am.


10.0 pm The Blues Spectrum
Roger McCormick
presents two hours of the best in blues and "bluesy" music, old and new. The genre continues to thrive and the show covers the best of the new releases but also harks back to the British Blues Boom and the early Delta and Chicago Blues legends.
Listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/thebluesspectrum.html


12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox