Thursday 9 April

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

1,0 pm Concorde at 50
Dave Jemitus
talks to those involved at Brooklands Museum’s celebration last year of the 50th anniversary of Concorde’s first test flight.
Available as a podcast. 

2.0 pm Roger McCormick’s Musical Kaleidoscope.
Exploring all the colours and shades of great music, from rock to blues, jazz to country, folk to Americana, soul to progressive and all points in between. Where the music makes your heart sing, your head spin and your feet lift off the floor; your fingers will be clicking and your mojo will be working like it’s never been worked before!

4.0 pm Michael Weldon
Tea-time tunes and chat with helpful information for Surrey and featuring at 6.10 Toddlers Tracks

7.0 pm Classical Crossover
Lisa Rollin
an electronic violinist and singer featuring an eclectic mix of classical and classical crossover music with well-known familiar pieces, new artists you’ll be excited to discover plus interviews with musicians. Music with beat, beauty and energy. It’s classical music with a twist.
Listen again at

8.0 pm Just Women Reprise
Another chance to hear the weekly programme for women of all ages with Mandy Dineley and Amanda Weller and guests
Kathy Lawrence - a freelance copywriter, journalist and editor working under the name of Wrightwell. Kathy founded When They Get Older, which is an online resource concerning how to support elderly parents, in 2014. After a break Kathy is now back and is excited to share valuable information with a new and growing audience.
Dueyna Chinere of The Family Network West Surrey runs a family network group connecting businesses with free networking events. Dueyna will be joined by Liane Jackson of Daisy First Aid, who was highly commended in the new business/start-up of the year. Also joining Dueyna will be Leanne Stewart of My Busy Bots which creates award-winning bags and fun, educational activities that encourage learning through play, winner of the product of the year award.
R - First broadcast 9 April 2019 and available to listen again at

9.0 pm Suzanne’s World of Arts & Entertainment
- Remembering Honor Blackman
At 94 years of age on Monday 6th April the screen legend Honor Blackman died peacefully of natural causes. Celebrate the wonderful life and glittering career by enjoying an interview Suzanne Hunter had with Honor ahead of a big Bond celebration with some fascinating stories of her career. Completing the Bond theme acclaimed lyricist Don Black talks about his phenomenal body of work ranging from writing for numerous pop artists and legendary singers to writing for multiple James Bond themes and numerous films to his sensational stage songs for many Lord Lloyd Webber musicals.
More at
Repeated on Saturday at 7.0 pm and available to listen again at

10.0 pm Jazz London Live
Sarah Chaplin
features a broad selection of jazz from the last hundred years as well as a bit of funk, Latin and fusion and Sarah's album of the week.
Available after transmission to listen again at

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox