Serenade Radio times

6.0

The Quiet Hour

With JANE MARKHAM music for a beautiful dawn.

7.0

Andy Marriott

Andy has never really had the hang of Thursdays, so don’t expect too much early morning cheer. The good news is that the kettle is always on, and so is the great music!

9.30
Music While You Work
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Music While You Work
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Calling all Forces overseas and workers at home, a special half-hour of music.

10.0

Brian Savin

with Serenade Radio’s finest easy-listening music and artists. There’s no other word for it: it’s quality with a capital ‘K’!

Brian-Savin
12.0

Music Box

SIMON McLEAN  with an hour of mostly instrumental music

Simon Mclean
1.0

DAVID YARNALL

David will  be here every weekday between 1 and 3 with a couple of hours of relaxing music.

3.0

John Darvall

with great swinging music plus on the half hour the Serenade Spotlight falls on a famous music maker.

6.0

The Quiet Hour

With JANE MARKHAM

Jane Markham
7.0

Andy Marriott

relaxing with his feet up, and a glass of something! Including at 7.30 a vintage tune from the 30s or 40s. and at 8.30 Some twaddle! A nonsense song to make you smile.

9.0
STEYN’S SONG OF THE WEEK
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Mark Steyn’s still enjoying his summer break, while we enjoy some of the best programmes of the last twelve months. This week Mark’s joined by James Hammerstein, Oscar’s son, to find out about a love song inspired not by young love but the old familiar sort. Amongst others we’ll be hearing from Jo Stafford, Guy Lombardo, Eric Clapton and (here’s a clue) Peggy Lee.

Produced by BRIAN SAVIN

Sunday’s broadcast

9.30
Those Were the Days
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A programme of old-time dances with HARRY DAVIDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Introduced by REX PALMER. Master of Ceremonies, CHARLES CRATHORN
Produced by ERIC ARDEN

10.0 – 6.0

Programmes as above

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