The Late Show
with SEAN USHER. Join Sean for two hours of wonderful melodies and memories. Just the panacea you need in the early hours of the weekend.
A Little Night Music
with JOHNNY ‘MAC’ McATASNEY featuring a mini mystery year – three songs, one year, three of the best from an artist of the week, a classic movie theme and this week’s star birthday.
THE DAWN CHORUS
ED WELLMAN‘s here as you wake up, or power down (if you’re a night owl) with gentle choral music, relaxing classics, and some vocal harmony. The weekend lies ahead. Including a ‘Weekend Wish’ at 6.30.
An evocative mix of music inspired by the late-1960s heyday of Breakfast Special, which blended the likes of Tony Hatch and Sergio Mendes with the more melodic pop hits of the day.
Music from the ’60s and ’70s. Join JEFF OWEN for his Super, Soaraway, Sensational Saturday Show.
Hear what Stuart refers to as ‘great singers and great songs’. The Great American Songbook sits alongside popular tunes from both sides of the Atlantic. With memorable melodies and carefully crafted lyrics, it adds up to music that should never be forgotten.
with CINDY KENT With the day’s chores just a memory, Cindy entertains.
The Bottom Drawer
Robert Walton rummages around in his bottom drawer and comes up with a fine selection of 78’s. An hour of nostalgia, warts and all, first broadcast in 1979.
Producer: Alan Bailey
Music from stage and screen with ELAINE MOORE
The Dance Band Days
Memories of the ’20s ’30s and ’40s with ROGER WILLIAMS
Repeated on Monday 9pm
Dinner at Eight
A cosy candle-lit supper with SIMON McLEAN
Home of the Stars
Your company is always welcome at the ‘Home of the Stars’ in Palm Springs, California with your host, KEVIN TAYLOR. Enjoy a musical journey through the pages of the Great American Songbook and listen for the stories behind the songs, singers, and composers.
11.0 – 12.0
Late Night Extra
Our weekly nocturnal exploration of the dustier shelves of the Serenade record library. Colourful exotica from the international music scene of the 1960s along with forgotten melodic pop gems make for an eclectic late night listen as Saturday draws to a close with STEVE JAMES