Saturday 20 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 9.30 Woking & Sam Beare Hospices Lottery Draw.

10.0 am Saturday with TM
Tim Mitchell
sits in for 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 including 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 Mekanix and the Bourne Valley Garden Centre.

3.0 pm James Pearce’s Countdown to Saturday Night
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. Including at 3.30 The 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 & Entertainment
Time to "kneel to Zod" as Suzanne Hunter pays homage to the screen icon that is Terence Stamp as he celebrates his birthday 22nd July. Enjoy a timeless interview with Terence in a 1 hour special. Suzanne 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.
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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 Scottish Entertainers.

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. Tonight we celebrate two things that have brought great joy to millions of people - Whiskey & Kenny Rogers. Across the years Country artists have written and performed songs about the good, the bad and the ugly about consuming whiskey. The first hour features a selection of the very best. In the second hour as well as our regular features such as Peter’s Vintage Vault, Listener requests, new releases and a CMA song of the year from the archives we are taking time out to acknowledge the contribution to the genre of Country mega-star Kenny Rogers.
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12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox