Thursday 16 July

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

9.0 am Liam Grundy’s Musical Shed
Liam Grundy
brings the content of his ‘Musical Shed’ along to Brooklands Radio filled with songs that spread across genres, eras and tempos. Only one rule, they have to be Great! - and not stuck behind the lawnmower. Rarities, Favourites and Classics abound. Tune In! A programme for music lovers.

10.0 am Alan Bosson
Mid-morning music and chat including the lighter news stories of the day, the latest happenings in Surrey, including
at 10.30 The Papers, This Day In History
and Artist of the Day is Al Stewart.

1.0 pm Your Health Matters
Yvonne Oakes
is a Soul Midwife and Reiki Master Practitioner.  She talks to Jill Bennett about her work as a Soul Midwife and what this loving and gentle service is, how it works and how it helps people.
Available afterwards to listen again at

1.20 pm Suzanne’s World of Arts & Entertainment - Interviews With The Stars
Suzanne Hunter
speaks to talented Stage Screen and Radio actor Jeffrey Holland much loved to many a TV Viewer as Spike Dixon in Hi De Hi. Jeffrey talks about his long association with Jimmy Perry and David Croft as well as working on numerous shows with many great. Find out about Jeffrey's association with Stan Laurel and how he has boldly gone where few actors have gone before!
More at        
Available to listen again at

2.0 pm Susie Mac
A great mix of music with classic hits and fresh new tunes plus helpful information for Surrey.

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.
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8.0 pm Just Women
The weekly programme for women of all ages with Jackie Mitchell and Anne Twist and guests:
Adrienne Dines is an author, creative writing tutor and speaker
Rhiannon Ford, divorce consultant, talking about the new divorce bill that will come into force next year, but focussing on the thorny subject of economic abuse.
Anna Chauncey is a health and wellness consultant. She will talk about the Pharmanex Biophotonic scanner and how it helps people. Email:
R Broadcast on Tuesday at 1.0pm and available to listen again at

9.0 pm Hunter’s Hollywood Hits and Brit Flicks does Dance Music In Film.
16th July marks the birthday of Dance DJ Norman Cook Aka Fatboy Slim. His music has been used in film scores as have many other floor filler so enjoy Suzanne Hunter’s Dance Music in Film as she gives you an hour of the best dance music that features in films ranging from Moby featuring in the Bourne Supremacy to Basement Jaxx from Happy Feet, Dust Brothers from Fight Club, Born Slippy Underworld from Trainspotting to Happy Mondays, Baddest Ruffest and lots more. An hour of pure dance music you won’t want to miss!
Repeated on Saturday at 7.0 pm and after transmission 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, plus an interview with a guest from the world of jazz and Sarah's album of the week.
Available after transmission to listen again at

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox