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  1. Clifford on 5 July

    Just recently discovered Serenade Radio. I feel like I’ve been transported back to the wonderful light programme days.

  2. Anne Wade on 4 July

    David Corbett loved your show on the 3rd of July your tribute to the 4th of July was much appreciated and enjoyed it so much👏🏻 The rendition of the American tunes were really brilliant!
    There is nothing better than a true English Band❤️ Keep playing those tunes😎 🇺🇸🇬🇧

  3. Mark Richardson on 2 July

    Just an absolute Joy . I love this station so much . Steve James is a John peel for those of us at the lighter end of the music rainbow

  4. John Moorcroft on 30 June

    Can I give a mention to the Quiet Hour presented by Jane Markham. If ever there was a voice that suited a show that gives a relaxed start to the day, hers is the one. Thank you Jane!

  5. Fred on 29 June

    Really enjoy the great music form across the pond in USA. Keep the sounds coming.

  6. Gretta J on 23 June

    I listen with my young adult grandkids, she wishes more kids would like this music. Thank You

  7. C Martin on 16 June

    Would love to know the song and singers featured in the Mark Steyn show tonight with the happy birthday Polka.

  8. Edward Marples on 16 June

    I listened to Nicola Farnon (Jazz Bassist) in Leopold Square Sheffield on Saturday afternoon and then heard her Great Uncle Robert Farnon on Seranade that evening, Coincidence!!

  9. Paul - Rye, East Sussex on 14 June

    I don’t think there’s another radio station in the world which plays Klaus Wunderlich on a regular basis; Serenade, you’re an absolute joy!

    Thank you to everyone involved who gives of their time freely, your sheer professionalism consistently shines through.

  10. Lincoln on 13 June

    I am SO very glad to have found you! Thank you for the brilliant programming AND for using jingles by JAM of Dallas! The listening experience is just as it should be; smart, smooth, and joyful!

  11. John on 12 June

    I am impressed, constantly by your radio station!
    Andy Marriott is always a gem, Sing something simple is wonderful. But Mark Steyn is a new find for me, I always enjoy his program, interesting and what research! Thank you all.
    I will be donating immediately.

  12. Jay on 12 June

    There’s something rather poignant about Sing Something Simple. It could bring a tear to my eye as I recall my dear old dad tuning in many years ago.

  13. Orson Swindle on 12 June

    And, Nancy Wilson — stunning list of my favorites, Mark. Well done!!

  14. John Huggett on 7 June

    You play the music I would choose, I have not heard anything I don’t like, keep it going please.

  15. Chris Cleave on 3 June

    The wife and I love Serenade Radio. We listen at home in Ashford, Kent on smart speakers, 3 dotted around the house. Alexa, play Serenade Radio. We love Matt Monro, Nat King Cole, Julie London, Val Doonican, Norman Luboff Choir, Four Freshman, the Hi’Lo’s, Bing Crosby, Ken Dodd, Norman Wisdom, Anita Kerr Singers, Roger Whittaker, Jeri Southern, June Christy etc., etc. In fact, pretty everything you play we like. Love Sing Something Simple on Sundays too. Now we’ve got a speaker for the car as we used to miss it when we were out. The only artists we don’t like are Eartha Kitt , Dinah Washington and Mary Wilson, but even they are better than today’s music. Love Andy Marriott and his sense of humour and the fact that he and most of the presenters have no time for all that PC rubbish we have nowadays. I also love he ends his programme with an excerpt from The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. I wish I was in a position to donate but I am only part-time so don’t have spare cash, but I’ll remember you in my will. If possible on the 1pm to 3pm show it would be nice to hear Stephanie de Sykes “We’ll Find Our Day,” or Guys & Dolls “Here I Go Again, ” or Paul Da Vinci “Your Baby Ain’t Your Baby Anymore.” All lovely songs that would be ideal for that programme. I won’t hold you to it though, because what you play is fine. The only time we don’t listen is between 12pm-2pm on a Sunday, but at 2pm I tune straight back in to Serenade and watch footie on the tv with no sound as I’m listening to the radio. Thanks for the only radio station of its type. Love it at Christmas too, when you played Christmas songs by Andy Williams, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby etc that reminded me of my childhood.