Wednesday 15 July

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

9.0 am John Cull Goes Back to 1986
John takes you back to the music and news headlines of 1986. The year that the Greater London Council was abolished, an agreement was signed for the Channel Tunnel, Neighbours and Casualty first appeared on our TV screens and Prince and Diana Ross were in the charts.

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 a couple of competitions.

1.0 pm Musical Kaleidoscope
Roger McCormick
in conversation with two Welsh singers Jade Like The Stone and Laura Evans
Repeated next Sunday at 4.0 pm and available as a podcast after transmission at

2.0 pm Barry Richards
Afternoon music plus the latest news and information to help Surrey through the pandemic.

4.0 pm Alex Nairn
Featuring happy tunes designed to lift the spirits. Listen out for an unfamiliar version of a very familiar song, enjoy hits from this day in musical history, have fun guessing the intros, and get nostalgic as we revisit a past top 10. News of goings on in Surrey and titbits of trivia worldwide ensure this is a packed programme designed to delight.   

7.0 am Surrey Business Affairs
Jackie Mitchell
with the monthly series for and about business in Surrey with guests:
Dominic Barker runs The Hats Off Partnership, a business development and marketing consultancy. He has launched a new initiative - Plan C - comprising a team of business professionals offering free advice for small businesses to answer their most pressing problems. Twitter @plancsurrey
Gill Fountain is from 38 Partnership, brand consultants and marketing specialists helping businesses increase their visibility and offering virtual training programmes.
Dave Webster, IT specialist from The Webster Consultancy, gives advice on how to make the most of Zoom conference calls. He helps businesses implement new computing solutions, provides training and manages their IT infrastructure. He is also one of the founders of the Twickenham & Richmond Business Collective, which run weekly webinars to help businesses. Twitter @infoatwc
Claire Watt is from Ditton HR, a human resources, recruitment and training consultancy. She is also a member of the Plan C team of business professionals. Twitter @DittonHR
R – Broadcast on 2 July and listen again at Next show Thursday 6 August at 1.0 pm.

8.0 pm Ollie’s Rock Block   
Oliver Lodge
with two hours of hard rock, prog rock, glam rock, indie rock, punk rock, any rock as long as it rocks including Is It Rock? and The Long One.
Listen again at

10.0 pm Brea’s Booth
Brea Gosling
with the evening music mix featuring classic tracks, fresh new tunes and guest John Dominic talking about his life in music and playing some of his favourite tracks.
R – Broadcast last Sunday at 8.0pm and listen again at

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox