Sunday 18 April

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

6.0 am Jim Richman’s 60s Spotlight
The show dedicated to the music of the sixties featuring classic hits and some less well known.
R - Broadcast last Friday 8.0 pm


8.0 am Brooklands Breakfast
Graham Laycock
with music to ease you into the start of the day and featuring what’s happening in Surrey and including at 8.30 The Sunday Papers, at 9.10 The Sunday Viewpoint with Dr Nabil Mustapha from Elmbridge Multi-faith Forum and at 9.30 Matthew's Moment.

10.0 am The Crooners’ Songbook
Mark Mowbray
brings you the world’s leading crooner artists from modern day to yesterday’s crooner stars, with some chat along the way, a perfect way to enjoy a relaxing Sunday morning.
Available after transmission to listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/crooners.html

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

12.0 pm Nigel Scott
Nigel brings you the brunchtime hour of music and conversation including the latest happenings in Surrey and your requests. E-mail nigelscott@brooklandsradio.co.uk for next Sunday’s show.

1.0 pm The 80s Hour
Dan and Lucy Curtis
play a great selection of tracks from the 80s.

2.0 pm The Charts and The Chill – 6 Decades of Sound
Stephen Liddle
bringing you local information and music to aid in digesting both the week and your Sunday Lunch featuring a look back at this week in 6 decades of the charts.

4.0 pm Musical Kaleidoscope Interview Special
Roger McCormick in conversation with Connie Lush, one of the UK’s leading blues singers (“live” from her home town, Liverpool) and T J Walker a rising new singer-songwriter with a strong hint of Americana in his debut album coupled with a wonderful multi-instrumental talent.
Available to listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/thebluesspectrum.html

5.0 pm The Classical Collection
Jenny Sohl
plays music which caused a Traffic Jam, Two Serenades for Strings, an English version of the Pie Jesu and a piece by King Henry VIII.  Other music is by Beethoven, Berlioz and Bernstein, and by Liszt, Mendelssohn and Mozart, Prokofiev, Respighi, Sarasate and Walton – lots of lovely music for you to listen to.
Available after transmission to listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/classical.html

7.0 pm West End Girls
Those girls in the know Holly Carnegie and Elise Martin bring you the best music from the musicals plus all the latest news and gossip from the world of musical theatre and regular features Showstopper of the Week, Fact or Phantom and Musical Theatre News in Surrey and beyond.
Available after transmission to listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/westendgirls.html

8.0 pm Brea’s Booth
Brea Gosling with the evening music mix featuring classic tracks and fresh new artists. This week studio guest singer songwriter Zoot Money of The Big Roll Band fame talks about his music, plays some of his favourite tracks.
Repeated on Wednesday at 10.0pm and listen again at  www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/breasbooth.html

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.
Available after transmission to listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/hughevans.html


12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox