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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: A FAREWELL & SOME CAPERS This week we remember an old friend recently departed, find out what Cartoon Capers are all about, reveal the extent of quizzing generosity and enjoy an afternoon on the Bank. We also reveal Colin’s secret passion for lady wrestlers and hear some youngsters making a wonderful sound.
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Colin James’ GOLDEN AGE OF POP Our champion of the charts delves into his limitless supply of hits TODAY: COLIN’S FESTIVAL FAVOURITES 1951 – The war was over, austerity was easing (we wish!) – people started to enjoy themselves at things like The Festival of Britain, The Archers began their never ending broadcasting career… and two members of the Swansbrook team were born. Colin spins the hits and the misses of the year.
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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: THE SEA AND THE SKYLARK     Chris takes us to the sea “Where Corals Lie”, to Spain for a Concerto in a garden, to the start of a war for the song of a bird and to a Sleepy Lagoon for a dream of an island. There’s lots to enjoy in this soothing July selection – rest assured that your Sheep May Safely Graze!
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IN CONVERSATION We talk to local people about their lives and experiences. TODAY: ARTHUR BRASSINGTON Another chance to hear Arthur in conversation with Paul Furey. A life long Feckenham resident tells of his early days, shares some secrets and some hints on how to cook local game. The Broadsheet returns next week.
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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: THE SEA AND THE SKYLARK     Chris takes us to the sea “Where Corals Lie”, to Spain for a Concerto in a garden, to the start of a war for the song of a bird and to a Sleepy Lagoon for a dream of an island. There’s lots to enjoy in this soothing July selection – rest assured that your Sheep May Safely Graze!
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SWANSBROOK Radio
 2018, 2019 Swansbrook Radio
Colin James’ GOLDEN AGE OF POP Our champion of the charts delves into his limitless supply of hits TODAY: COLIN’S FESTIVAL FAVOURITES 1951 – The war was over, austerity was easing (we wish!) – people started to enjoy themselves at things like The Festival of Britain, The Archers began their never ending broadcasting career… and two members of the Swansbrook team were born. Colin spins the hits and the misses of the year.
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IN CONVERSATION We talk to local people about their lives and experiences. TODAY: ARTHUR BRASSINGTON Another chance to hear Arthur in conversation with Paul Furey. A life long Feckenham resident tells of his early days, shares some secrets and some hints on how to cook local game. The Broadsheet returns next week.
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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: A FAREWELL & SOME CAPERS This week we remember an old friend recently departed, find out what Cartoon Capers are all about, reveal the extent of quizzing generosity and enjoy an afternoon on the Bank. We also reveal Colin’s secret passion for lady wrestlers and hear some youngsters making a wonderful sound.
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