Thursday 23 May

10.0 am Alan Bosson
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 a couple of competitions.

1.0 pm Jill Bennett
The afternoon show featuring a great selection of music, news of events in Surrey and including Your Health Matters with tips for a healthy lifestyle. affects them and the support available in Surrey.
At 1.30 Beata and Jarek Dzwigol talk about their unique One-Day Gong Workshop where participants will learn about The Healing and Transformational Power of the Gongs, Singing Bowls and the Conch Shell. Along with Aiden McIntyre they will share the mastery of the healing gong, both the practice and theory, how to use sound therapy in a Gong Bath and in other complementary therapies.  Between Heaven & Earth is The Charity Gong Bath for The Fountain Center (cancer charity) in Guildford.
At 2.30 Future Health Training is a personal training service working around 2 main pinnacles: physical fitness and nutritional wellbeing. David Thomas the owner has workouts and programmes to help his clients focus on getting stronger, fitter and more mobile. David talk about the type of exercise you need as you get older. 

4.0 pm Michael Weldon
Tea time tunes and information for Surrey including rush hour travel including at 6.10 Toddlers Tracks.

7.0 pm The Blues Hour
Kid Jensen and Roger McCormick
present the series celebrating the development of The Blues mixing the old and the new, building on the vast blues heritage of the mid-twentieth century, including the rich legacy of Delta and Chicago blues, and fascinating musical journeys into more modern idioms, some blues or "bluesy", some more rock or jazz-oriented. This week featuring an interview with and live music from Ben Hemming.
R – Broadcast last Friday at 11.0 pm and listen again at

8.0 pm Just Women
The weekly programme for women of all ages with Ivana O’Brien and Mandy Dineley and guests
Linda Beckett - New Author of 'What's Wrong Arty' Adventure Stories for children/teenagers - the book is a therapeutic adventure of children and can be used as a tool by parents, teachers and therapists as an introduction to the everyday problems in life.
Holly Sugars
who has been a private chef for seven years and is a nutritionist and founder of Food Envy
R – Broadcast on Tuesday at 1.0 pm and available to listen again at 

9.0 pm Hunter’s Hollywood Hits & Brit Flicks
Join Suzanne Hunter for a one hour special to commemorate the birth of the great film composer Dimitri Tiomkin, find out a little bit about the man whilst enjoying some marvellous film scores ranging from Guns of Navarone, Rawhide, The Fall of the Roman Empire, Wild is the Wind, Rio Bravo and so many more classic and diverse themes.
Repeated on Saturday at 7.0 pm and 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 jazz artist or someone involved in the jazz scene, a gig guide featuring local jazz-orientated events, and Sarah's album of the week.
Available after transmission to listen again at

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox