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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: How's Your Garden

 03.00: Happy Hour

 04.00: The Broadsheet

 05.00: A-Z of Pop

 06.00: How's Your Garden

 07.00: Happy Hour

 08.00: The Broadsheet

 09.00: A-Z of Pop

 10.00: How's Your Garden

 11.00: Happy Hour

 12.00: The Broadsheet

 13.00: A-Z of Pop

 14.00: How's Your Garden

 15.00: Happy Hour

 16.00: The Broadsheet

 17.00: A-Z of Pop

 18.00: How's Your Garden

 19.00: Happy Hour

 20.00: The Broadsheet

 21.00: A-Z of Pop

 22.00: How's Your Garden

 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

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How’s Your Garden?

It’s Flower and Garden Festival time in Feckenham on 19th and 20th May and we’re watering our wisteria and tidying our tussocks with the dedicated gardeners of Feckenham. Paul Furey introduces some of the people making their private gardens available for inspection by the thousands of visitors expected over the two days of the Festival. There are 34 gardens open as well as a Flower festival in the Church - we’re catching up with some of the gardeners, finding out some secrets and playing some horticultural hits.

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

ON DEMAND


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

TODAY: BATTERIES, BELLS AND POO       

Stuart investigates the possible siting of a huge battery pack on the Saltway. Is it safe? Is the Borough Council listening? Move over Prince Harry and Meghan – Gary Crellin reports on the ‘wedding of the season’ right here in Feckenham.. And, just who has been dumping dog poo in the hedgerow?

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

ON DEMAND

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: SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS     

We’re up to S - which stands for Sun, Sea, Sangria and Some Super Music from over 50 years ago when life seemed  Oh-so-simple. So, if we consider inflation, if we had £100 converted from 1950 to 2018 we would have just over £9000 in today’s money (excluding decimalisation, of course).

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

or ON DEMAND

THE BROADSHEET How's Your Garden

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: FLOWERY GARDENS      NEW

Join Ian in the Swansbrook popup studio in the High Street. We talk to gardeners, flower girls, visitors, singers and sports commentators as Feckenham welcomes thousands of horticultural enthusiasts for the Great Flower and Garden show.

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

ON DEMAND     Updates weekly on Mondays.