Serenade Radio times

6.0

THE DAWN CHORUS

The day of rest’? Certainly, the best day of the week, and the best time of day. ED WELLMAN’s here early doors with a box of relaxing choral and instrumental music, and some vocal harmony. It’s fine to be in your pyjamas, just this once. Including a ‘Weekend Wish’ at 6.30.
Ed-Wellman

7.30

Steve James

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. Watch out for plastic spacemen in your cornflakes!

10.0

Sunday Morning

Relax with the Sunday papers, a cuppa and JANE MARKHAM

Jane Markham

12.0

Music Cavalcade

with JOHN WALTON. An agreeable mix of inspired orchestration, exquisite close harmony, master crooners and divas of delight. Includes: 12.30 Big Band Bonus; 1.30 Serenade Spotlight; 2.30 Continental Corner

John-Walton

3.0

Weekend Company

with PETER TOMLINSON. The perfect soundtrack to a truly British Sunday

PTomlinson

5.0

Sing Something Simple

The Adams Singers
Directed by CLIFF ADAMS
Accompanied by JACK EMBLOW

5.30

Steyn’s Song of the Week

In last week’s show MARK STEYN recalled a disastrous stage musical; this week he recalls a triumph. It was the last show from two giants of musical theatre and the song is the very last one they wrote together. Nearly everyone knows it, even though millions of people around the world are convinced it’s an ancient folk song.

Produced by BRIAN SAVIN
Repeated Thursday 9pm

6.0

Big Band Special

Relive the big band era with JOHNNY BEERLING as he shares all the music he used to spend all his pocket money on!
Repeated Tuesday at 9pm

7.0

The Light Programme

with DAVID CORBETT 
Two hours of Light Music and Light Classical Music.

9.0

Home of the Stars

As the weekend gently concludes, relax, and unwind with KEVIN TAYLOR, from the ‘Home of the Stars’ in Palm Springs, California. Immerse yourself and experience the many moods, tempos and rhythms from the Great American Songbook and stories about the artists who called this desert oasis their home.

11.0

An Hour of Jazz

An hour of jazz from some of the great musicians of the past fifty plus years with JOHN HELLINGS
Repeated Wednesday at 9pm

12.0 – 6.0

Programmes
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