NEW - Beer and Bells in the latest edition of Ian bellion's HAPPY HOUR now playing
00.00: The Broadsheet
01.00: Musical Memories
03.00: Happy Hour
04.00: The Broadsheet
05.00: Musical Memories
07.00: Happy Hour
08.00: The Broadsheet
09.00: Musical Memories
11.00: Happy Hour
12.00: The Broadsheet
13.00: Musical Memories
15.00: Happy Hour
16.00: The Broadsheet
17.00: Musical Memories
19.00: Happy Hour
20.00: The Broadsheet
21.00: Musical Memories
23.00: Happy Hour
Listen to these programmes “live” at the above times or listen “On Demand” at a time to suit you
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: Ring them bells, pour that beer… NEW
Big Ben’s struck dumb so we’re making up for it with a bell heavy hour - not only that: we’ve spotted a boy flying over Hanbury, an army gathering near Worcester and 14 real ales flowing in Feckenham. Irresistible!
Listen Live at 3am; 7am; 11am; 3pm; 7pm; 11pm or
ON DEMAND Updates weekly on Mondays.
Colin James’ MUSICAL MEMORIES
Colin plays and chats about music and remembers broadcasts of yesteryear. Tune in your cat’s whisker or your trannie and enjoy!
TODAY: Colin in the Summertime..
Colin just spins those summertime hits that you remember. Guaranteed to get your toes tapping as you enjoy the summer in Feckenham …
Listen Live at 1am; 5am; 9am; 1pm; 5pm; 9am or
NEO with Thea Matthews
Thea Matthews presents the best in new music from here in the Midlands - and beyond.
TODAY: A New NEO
Thea talks to creator of charity clothing line In Music We Trust, Aiden Hatfield about mental health and music, as well as playing you all new tunes from The Killers, Horse Meat Disco (that's actually their name, I haven't made that up) and a Smiths song sneaks in too.
Stuart Knowles presents a regular programme of stories and news, features and views.
TODAY: It’s all about the community…
Rachel Mclean, our new MP gives her first radio interview to Swansbrook. We’ll be chatting about her views on the Alex and Brexit; how and why she came into politics and how faith plays a part in what she does. Plus: sprucing up the village hall and the scarecrows have risen ‘from the dead’.
Listen Live at midnight; 4am; 8am; 12pm; 4pm; 8pm or