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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: BEETLES, BUBBLES AND BEBE We explore a real horror of a musical, a rude panto, a creepy comedy, some beetles and a swanly dance… as well as a man blowing bubbles … what more could you possibly desire? Perhaps Britain’s favourite American family and a recently retired vampirish money man might complete the picture….
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Colin James’ GOLDEN AGE OF POP Our champion of the charts delves into his limitless supply of hits TODAY: BOUNCY DYNAMITE Colin’s latest treasure trove yields foolish love for Buddy, sick blue love for Frank and first love for Craig. Cliff blows more than the doors off, Phil tries to save his favourite tree and Marty just can’t stop bouncing his ball. If you remember them all you’re older than you look! Repeated programme - Colin’s new 70s show starts soon
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CLASSICAL SWANSBROOK Chris Fletcher presents outstanding performances from the classical repertoire - some familiar, some not so well known. Chris adds personal experiences and a little background to each piece. TODAY: A HINT OF SPRING Chris starts this month’s selection with a “Rustle of Spring” and continues the hopeful tone with a Hungarian Dance, a Lark Ascending and some sisters in trouble… not to mention a powerful tenor - hide the crystal glasses!
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A BROADSHEET SPECIAL REPORT LIVING IN A RETIREMENT VILLAGE Carol Price investigates the pros and cons of buying a retirement flat. Buyer beware or ‘just the ticket’? When two well-known Feckenham couples decided to move out and buy a flat in a retirement village, we wanted to investigate why. Are these complexes all they’re cracked up to be? While, it might be a great idea for some, we hear from others with truly shocking horror stories losing vast sums of money. We talk to a major developer who builds retirement villages and flogs this way of life …
IN CONVERSATION We talk to local people about their lives and experiences. TODAY: SHIRLEY HARMAN Paul Furey talks with a Feckenham lady who was born in Wales, had a multinational upbringing, met The Beatles, danced with The Rolling Stones, kept goats, appeared in pantomimes, manipulated feet and walked the Great Wall of China…. but, despite her many marvellous adventures, Shirley is proudest of her family and of the village she loves to live in.
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NEWS HEADLINES Listen Live on the hour or click the button….
CLASSICAL SWANSBROOK Chris Fletcher presents outstanding performances from the classical repertoire - some familiar, some not so well known. Chris adds personal experiences and a little background to each piece. TODAY: A HINT OF SPRING Chris starts this month’s selection with a “Rustle of Spring” and continues the hopeful tone with a Hungarian Dance, a Lark Ascending and some sisters in trouble… not to mention a powerful tenor - hide the crystal glasses!
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Colin James’ GOLDEN AGE OF POP Our champion of the charts delves into his limitless supply of hits TODAY: BOUNCY DYNAMITE Colin’s latest treasure trove yields foolish love for Buddy, sick blue love for Frank and first love for Craig. Cliff blows more than the doors off, Phil tries to save his favourite tree and Marty just can’t stop bouncing his ball. If you remember them all you’re older than you look! Repeated programme - Colin’s new 70s show starts soon
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You can hear this programme Live at 1am; 5am; 9am; 1pm; 5pm; 9pm
IN CONVERSATION We talk to local people about their lives and experiences. TODAY: SHIRLEY HARMAN Paul Furey talks with a Feckenham lady who was born in Wales, had a multinational upbringing, met The Beatles, danced with The Rolling Stones, kept goats, appeared in pantomimes, manipulated feet and walked the Great Wall of China…. but, despite her many marvellous adventures, Shirley is proudest of her family and of the village she loves to live in.
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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: BEETLES, BUBBLES AND BEBE We explore a real horror of a musical, a rude panto, a creepy comedy, some beetles and a swanly dance… as well as a man blowing bubbles … what more could you possibly desire? Perhaps Britain’s favourite American family and a recently retired vampirish money man might complete the picture….
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You can hear this programme Live at 3am; 7am; 11am; 3pm; 7pm; 11pm
You can hear this programme Live at 2am; 6am; 10am; 2pm; 6pm, 10pm
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A BROADSHEET SPECIAL REPORT LIVING IN A RETIREMENT VILLAGE Carol Price investigates the pros and cons of buying a retirement flat. Buyer beware or ‘just the ticket’? When two well-known Feckenham couples decided to move out and buy a flat in a retirement village, we wanted to investigate why. Are these complexes all they’re cracked up to be? While, it might be a great idea for some, we hear from others with truly shocking horror stories losing vast sums of money. We talk to a major developer who builds retirement villages and flogs this way of life …
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2020 Swansbrook Radio
You can hear this Programme Live at midnight; 4am; 8am; 12pm; 4pm; 8pm