Sunday 23 September
12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

9.0 am Smooth Sunday
Alan Timbrell
with smooth music to ease you into the start of the day and what’s happening in Surrey and including: at 9.10 Sunday Viewpoint with Dr Nabil Mustapha of the Elmbridge Multi-Faith Forum, at 9.30 The Sunday Papers and at 10.30 Kids Korner a classic track from when Alan was a child.

11.0 am Brooklands Brunch
Graham Laycock
with the brunchtime music and conversation including the latest happenings in Surrey.

1.0 pm Cool Connections
Roger McCormick
explores musical links and connections.
R – Broadcast last Wednesday at 7.0pm.

2.0 pm Stephen‘s Sunday Chill
Stephen Liddle
brings you local events, news, and music to aid in digesting both the week and your Sunday Lunch, building up with the Big Tunes half-hour, a collection of longer tracks, and including a look back at this week in 6 decades of the charts.

5.0 pm The Classical Collection - The Classical Connection
From Haydn up to Schubert, the classical era composers represented elegance and balance and arching melodies. Towards the end of the era, along came Beethoven who pushed the boundaries and, along with Schubert, heralded a new era. Janet Shell steers us through pieces all connected to the traditionally defined Classical Era. A brief foray into 21st century for a round-up of the Classical What’s On for Surrey then back to the age of elegance.
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7.0 pm Suzanne’s World of Arts & Entertainment - Interviews With The Stars
Join Suzanne Hunter for an inspiring interview with the Grammy award winning singer songwriter Joan Armatrading talking about her life, love of song writing, and her tours in which one lucky singer songwriter joins Joan on stage for a 15 minutes set. Musicians and songwriters can hear tips and advice from one of the most pioneering award winning singer songwriters of our generation plus find out about the moment when Joan met Nelson Mandela and why getting the sack from her first job was the best thing that ever happened to her! Then with Spandau Ballet reformed and on tour Suzanne talks to the golden voiced lead singer Tony Hadley plus your chance to enjoy a few Spandau Ballet classics.
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8.0 pm Brea’s Booth
Brea Gosling
with the evening music mix featuring classic tracks, fresh new tunes and spotlighting the artist of the week D’Artagnan talking about his music and a live session.
Repeated on Wednesday at 10.0 pm

10.0 pm Hugh Evans’s Late Night Rock
Join Hugh for two hours of late night classic rock radio bringing you a range of classic rock, hard rock, heavy metal, blues rock, trucker rock, biker rock and more. Also at 11.30 The Shipping Forecast to keep you updated on the overnight weather.

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox