Tuesday 5 July

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

10.0 am Alex Narin
Sits in for Graham Laycock with the mid-morning music and chat including the latest happenings in Surrey and featuring at 10.30 The Papers, at 11.30 This Day In History and at 12.30 Liz Taylor with news that on the 16th of July The Royal Surrey Choir perform their first concert in two years at the Holy Trinity Church in Guildford. In a wide ranging conversation Liz shares the history of the choir as well “teasing” us with the exciting musical programme they have planned for the concert.

1.0 pm Just Women
The weekly programme for women of all ages introduced by Mandy Dineley.
Jackie Mitchell talks to Alexandra Knight founder of Stemazing, a social enterprise backed by Amey, Surrey's waste collection partner, dedicated to inspire women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). She has spearheaded a six-week STEM course for 5-9 year-old in schools in Surrey and now as far as Africa. She is a Visiting Professor with the Royal Academy of Engineering at Brunel University London and a trustee of the Women's Engineering Society. www.stemazingltd.com
Jo McGowan talks to Melissa Ocelka of Fitterrider.com. Mel is a personal trainer based in Guildford who specifically works with horse riders to improve their strength, balance and mobility in the saddle.
Mandy Dineley talks to Bina Panchal Owner and Founder of BHVNA Luxury candle & diffuser home fragrance business ‘bhvna’ means love & feel good emotions, unique fragrances bringing a lot of love, joy, happiness & feel good emotions with a little luxury to your world. www.bhvna.com
R – First broadcast 11 May 2021 and repeated on Thursday at 8.0 pm and available to listen again at brooklandsradio.co.uk/justwomen.

2.0 pm Ciara Bigwood
Afternoon music and chat including events in Surrey.

4.0 pm Michael Weldon
Early evening music and chat including the latest happenings in Surrey and including at 6.10 Toddlers Tracks

7.0 pm The 80s Hour
Dan Curtis
plays a great selection of tracks from the 80s and chats with Charlene Oliver about her career from Motown to I’ve Never Been To Me and beyond.

8.0 pm Mainly Folk
Bev Harris
presents music and interviews from the world of folk plus a dash of country and Americana. We chat to Jackie Oates in time for her appearance at this year's Sidmouth Folk Festival. Jackie gives us a flavour of the wide variety of folk music activities she is involved in. This autumn sees the release of her new trio's album and we are lucky enough to be the first to play two tracks from it. We also talk to Liam Kelly the flautist and founder member of the stellar Irish band Dervish who were about to play a standout gig at The Landmark Arts, Teddington and Liam discussed the challenges and triumphs in their thirty year career.
The show will be available 24/7 on www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/mainlyfolk.html
Next edition Tuesday 2 August at 8.0 pm.

10.0 pm The Progressive Alternative

Adrian Bell featuring the best of Progressive Rock both ancient and modern, and everything of an Alternative nature, from the Underground to the Avant Garde and everything in-between.
Listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/progressivealternative.html

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox