Wednesday 18 September

12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox

10.0 am Graham Laycock
Sits in for Alan Bosson with 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 The Chinwag with The Barracudas
Jim Guynan
presents a Chinwag special Somewhere Outside - The Story Of The Barracudas
Vocalist Jeremy Gluck and guitarist Robin Wills talk about their lives in surf punk outfit The Barracudas. Formed in London in 1978, and famed for their huge summer hit Summer Fun, The Barracudas were forerunners of the capital’s psychedelic scene in the early 80s. Their distinctive sound takes musical cues from the likes of The Stooges, The MC5, The Ramones, The Who, The Beach Boys and The Seeds. This one hour special plots the bands rise to success, their influences, their battles with record companies and the various line ups that have carried them towards their 40th anniversary.
For more information on the band and their forthcoming live dates please visit The Barracudas “Drop Out” Club on Facebook. Listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/chinwag.html


2.0 pm Susie Mac
A great selection of music plus and chat including the latest happenings in Surrey.

4.0 pm Alex Nairn
The mid-week musical feast and chat including events in Surrey and the rush hour travel news plus this week’s Song for Bob and a Classic Showtune. There’s a taste of country music in Country Corner and in Versions an unfamiliar version of a familiar song and between 6 & 7pm Three Top 10 Hits from this week in the past.

7.0 pm Sir Barnes Wallis
Dave Jemitus
talks to those involved in an exhibition to commemorate the career and life in Effingham of Sir Barnes Wallis held last Saturday at The Manor Farm Tithe Barn, Manor House Lane, Little Bookham.
Available after transmission as a podcast.


8.0 pm The Blues Connection
Kid Jensen and Roger McCormick
explore the Blues and its musical connections in Rock, Soul and many other genres. Features include in-session interviews and live music from current artists, and deep dives into the "Soulful Corner" and along the "Heritage Trail." From Muddy to Marvin, Hank to Hendrix and BB to EC. Modern greats like Joanne Shaw Taylor and Gary Clark Jnr., seasoned veterans like Van Morrison and Buddy Guy and Blues legends like Howlin' Wolf and Little Walter.
R Broadcast last Friday at 10.0 pm and listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/thebluesconnection.html

10.0 pm Brea’s Booth
Brea Gosling
with the evening music mix featuring classic tracks, fresh new tunes and featured artist Joe Cocker.
RBroadcast last Sunday at 8.0pm and listen again at www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/breasbooth.html


12.0 am Brooklands Radio Jukebox