Saturday 31 July

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

7.0 am Brooklands Breakfast
John Cull
sits in for Alan Timbrell featuring a great selection of music to start your day plus the latest events and happenings in Surrey, regular travel news for the county and at 7.30 The Papers and at 8.30 Today's Sport natonal and in Surrey.

9.0 am Tim Mitchell
Morning music and chat including a quiz to challenge the grey cells.

10.0 am Mike Gurr
Playing all those songs you’d forgotten until you hear them on the radio plus a bit of chat along the way including what’s happening in Surrey.

12.0 pm John Cull Goes Back To 1981
John goes back to the music and the news of 1981. The year of the marriage of Charles and Diana, the first London Marathon and the year the UK won the Eurovision Song Contest.

1.0 pm Barry Richards
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 and Something for the Weekend.

3.0 pm It’s All About The Ladies.
Alan Timbrell
will be playing 100% female artists from the female stars of the past to today’s main artists.  Along with the groups, there will also be cover songs completing the list of great female songs.  

4.0 pm Countdown to Saturday Night
Graham Laycock
with a great selection of music and information for Surrey.

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
To celebrate the 40th Anniversary since the Croft/Perry created sitcom series Hi De Hi Hit our screen Robert Ross at The Museum of Comedy London presents an event featuring Su Pollard (who played potty chalet maid Peggy Ollernshaw) and Jeffrey Holland (who played the camps comic Spike Dixon)To mark this and In advance of that take time to enjoy 2  timeless interviews Suzanne Hunter had with both Su and Jeffrey ahead of their respective shows chatting about their careers and if course Hi De Hi campers!!
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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 Singing Actors.
R – First broadcast in 2015.

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. In this week’s show there is music to suit all tastes. The CMA Album of the Year comes from 1995 and features Patty Loveless. The Grammy winning song from 1974 stars Charlie Rich. The Bakersfield sound is provided by Vince Gill, Paul Franklin, Merle Haggard and Buck Owens. Look out for the original country music versions of songs that were big hits for Engelbert Humperdinck and Tom Jones. New releases, requests and classics complete the bill.

R Broadcast last Monday at 8.0 pm and listen again at

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox