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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: BOILED EGGS AND FLYING TEDDIES We get Mello at a festival, campaign to stop cruelty to teddy bears, and pom pom to a tuneful judge. AND we’ve got a brand new series – “From the Stove”. John Morris teaches Paul Furey the tricks of the cheffing trade – this week: Boiled Eggs.
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Colin James’ GOLDEN AGE OF POP Our champion of the charts delves into his limitless supply of hits TODAY: LOVE, DREAMS AND SKIFFLE   The King of Skiffle, Lonnie Donegan, goes through the rubbish, the Johnson Brothers pine for their love, Bill Haley won’t have the rock knocked, Alma Cogan knows what Lola wants while the Beverley Sisters can only dream… a Golden selection of Golden Oldies that don’t often get an airing
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CLASSICAL SWANSBROOK  Chris Fletcher presents outstanding performances from the classical repertoire - some familiar, some not so well known. Chris adds her personal experiences and a little background to each piece. TODAY: LIVE MUSIC FOR MAY     Opera singer Cressida Dolphin from Alcester tells us how she became a singer, how important music can be in education and about her plans for the future. Sit back and enjoy live performances as Cressida sings.
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THE BROADSHEET Stuart Knowles presents a programme of Feckenham stories and news, features and views. TODAY: THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN! The Borough election results are in – and the winner joins us in the studio.  What plans for Feckenham? And we look forward to this year’s WAKE with its mastermind Marion Chute. Plus we hear about the local talking newspaper and what plans might there be for the Cricket Club and The Forest at Feckenham?
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CLASSICAL SWANSBROOK  Chris Fletcher presents outstanding performances from the classical repertoire - some familiar, some not so well known. Chris adds her personal experiences and a little background to each piece. TODAY: LIVE MUSIC FOR MAY     Opera singer Cressida Dolphin from Alcester tells us how she became a singer, how important music can be in education and about her plans for the future. Sit back and enjoy live performances as Cressida sings.
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Colin James’ GOLDEN AGE OF POP Our champion of the charts delves into his limitless supply of hits TODAY: LOVE, DREAMS AND SKIFFLE   The King of Skiffle, Lonnie Donegan, goes through the rubbish, the Johnson Brothers pine for their love, Bill Haley won’t have the rock knocked, Alma Cogan knows what Lola wants while the Beverley Sisters can only dream… a Golden selection of Golden Oldies that don’t often get an airing
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THE BROADSHEET Stuart Knowles presents a programme of Feckenham stories and news, features and views. TODAY: THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN! The Borough election results are in – and the winner joins us in the studio.  What plans for Feckenham? And we look forward to this year’s WAKE with its mastermind Marion Chute. Plus we hear about the local talking newspaper and what plans might there be for the Cricket Club and The Forest at Feckenham?
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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: BOILED EGGS AND FLYING TEDDIES We get Mello at a festival, campaign to stop cruelty to teddy bears, and pom pom to a tuneful judge. AND we’ve got a brand new series “From the Stove”. John Morris teaches Paul Furey the tricks of the cheffing trade – this week: Boiled Eggs.
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