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SWANSBROOK RADIO is an internet only radio station. You can listen to our schedule of programmes by clicking the PLAY button on the player at the head of each page of this website.

You can also listen to many of our programmes and features at times to suit yourself -  just go to our ON DEMAND page and select the item you want to hear.


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When we add a new programme we’ll e-mail you to let you know. To register just click the “Register” button -  this will open your e-mail programme -  press “Send” and the job’s done!

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Hear us on tunein ON SWANSBROOK TODAY… Programmes playing “live” and On Demand

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TIMES

 00.00: The Broadsheet

 01.00: A-Z of Pop

 02.00: In Conversation

 03.00: Happy Hour

 04.00: The Broadsheet

 05.00: A-Z of Pop

 06.00: In Conversation

 07.00: Happy Hour

 08.00: The Broadsheet

 09.00: A-Z of Pop

 10.00: In Conversation

 11.00: Happy Hour

 12.00: The Broadsheet

 13.00: A-Z of Pop

 14.00: In Conversation

 15.00: Happy Hour

 16.00: The Broadsheet

 17.00: A-Z of Pop

 18.00: In Conversation

 19.00: Happy Hour

 20.00: The Broadsheet

 21.00: A-Z of Pop

 22.00: In Conversation

 23.00: Happy Hour


CURRENT PROGRAMMES ON DEMAND Just click on one of these buttons The programme will play  on your default media player A-Z OF POP Happy Hour For PAST PROGRAMMES & SPECIAL FEATURES Click on the ON DEMAND button ON DEMAND
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NEWS BULLETIN

Listen to these programmes “live” at the above times or listen “On Demand” at a time to suit you

Listen to the latest local news click the button below THE BROADSHEET

Ian Bellion’s HAPPY HOUR

Things you never knew, things you never wanted to know all served up with a twist and (sometimes) a shout. Lovely music and lively local banter. Put your feet up, pour a soothing beverage and relax…                                      

TODAY: BRUSH UP YOUR BARD  NEW

Let’s go visit the giraffes, meet a local superstar of yesteryear, enjoy a bit of Shakespearean gender bending under the stars, enter an early petal parade and take cover as the gremlins cause mayhem at Malvern.

Listen Live at 3am; 7am; 11am; 3pm; 7pm; 11pm or

ON DEMAND     Updates weekly on Mondays.

IN CONVERSATION

Colin James’ A - Z of pop

Colin continues his musical journey with a brand new selection of toe tappers - every programme features a letter of the alphabet… but not necessarily in alphabetical order!

TODAY: D IS FOR DIDDLY DUM       NEW

The Delightful, Delectable Demi-god of Swansbrook Radio, Colin James has reached the letter D - which allows him to play Discs from the 1950s which include Mr Darin and Mr Drake and songs about Dream Lovers, Greyhounds, Darlings and little White Ducks… not to mention Dum Diddly Dum…

Listen Live at 1am; 5am; 9am; 1pm; 5pm; 9am

or ON DEMAND

Stuart Knowles presents a regular programme of stories and news, features and views.

TODAY: WATCH YOUR SPEED!        

Our MP Rachel MaClean shares her views on the Tory party, Brexit and Trump. We find out about a local networking group for volunteers and our local beat bobby is out and about with his speed gun. Plus our local Borough Councillor – Craig Warhurst – tells us he is a fan of Feckenham village life…

Listen Live at midnight; 4am; 8am; 12pm; 4pm; 8pm or

ON DEMAND

IN CONVERSATION

TODAY: ARTHUR BRASSINGTON talks to Paul Furey

Born in the 1940s and brought up down Mill Lane, Arthur tells of life in Feckenham in the second half of the twentieth century. The shops, the businesses; factory and farming life. We find out what people did for work and entertainment and how the parish has changed. From Bingo and football to needle polishing and matchmaking. Arthur also has firm views about the future of Feckenham….

Listen Live at  2am; 6am; 10am; 2pm; 6pm, 10pm or

ON DEMAND