Breakfast 0630-1000

Programme Schedule

Monday-Friday

Breakfast 0630-1000

GARY CHAMPION wakes you up before you go go!

With his regular Wish You Were feature, a Racing Tip (warning: he doesn't get many winners!) and a Good News Bulletin around 0830 Gary has everything you need to get your day under way.  From 0900 take a trip down Memory Lane with hits and memories from one particular year,

The Bit in The Middle 1000-1500

ROB JONES takes you through The Wireless day with great music and chat. Including the Elevenses Link at 1100, The Big Birthday at 1200 and the Sing-A-Long Song at 1430. Pick your MVA (Most Valued Album) at 1340 - just email studio@wirelessclub.co.uk and don't miss The Wireless Wonder Mystery Voice at 1330 

Susie Sharp 1500-1800

SUSIE SHARP with a stack of great tracks and lots of chat. Susie leads you a merry dance down Memory Lane at 1500 with Hits and Memories from a featured year. At 1600 it's Susie's Trivia Quiz - three fiendish questions for you to ponder before we get into The 5 o' Clock Club - 5 songs in a row and no interruptions.

The Rock Cafe 1800-2100

Come on in to The Rock Cafe for an apero of great rock and album tracks. The Doobie Brothers, Eagles, Steely Dan, Fleetwood Mac, Crosby Stills and Nash are just some of the artists on the Rock Cafe menu. Enjoy!

The Dinner Party 2100-0600

The smooth American song book sound with standards, classics, show-tunes, big bands, bossa nova and the Rat Pack. Artists like Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Harry Connick Jnr, Dean Martin, Barbra Streisand, you name it we've got it in The Wireless kitchen and we'll serve it up to order. This is the longest dinner party ever - it goes on all night.

Saturday

Diana Luke 0700-1000

DIANA LUKE opens the doors to The Saturday Club and it's sixties all the way today. Diana's Cryptic Clue will puzzle you. Work out which song she's talking about and enjoy her Motown Magic at 0830. Then at 0930 it's The Fab 4 - well it could be the Beatles - but it's the top four records from this week in a 60s year gone by.  

Gary Champion 1000-1300

GARY CHAMPION steps onto the stage at The Saturday Club to continue our Saturday 60s theme with great music and some features which spark a few memories  including the return of Call My Bluff at 1045 - what did that word actually mean?  

The Mike D'Abo Wireless Show 1300-1500

MIKE D'ABO - former lead singer with Manfred Mann (Mighty Quinn and many more) welcomes us to his home archive of sensational sixties songs and stories. Mike was front and centre in the music business in the decade that he describes as the greatest musical period ever. Enjoy the music and the insight exclusively here on The Wireless.

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Kerry Cobb's Triple Decker Show 1500-1800

KERRY COBB - takes us through the decades with music from the 60s, 70s and 80s. With great stories and friendly chat, Kerry loves the music and shares some early recollections. The 80s were Kerry's favourite decade but see if you can work out which decade she's featuring in each hour - it won't be difficult!

The Rock Cafe 1800-2100

Come on in to The Rock Cafe for an apero of great rock and album tracks. The Doobie Brothers, Eagles, Steely Dan, Fleetwood Mac, Crosby Stills and Nash are just some of the artists on the Rock Cafe menu. Enjoy!

The Dinner Party 2100-0600

The smooth American song book sound with standards, classics, show-tunes, big bands, bossa nova and the Rat Pack. Artists like Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Harry Connick Jnr, Dean Martin, Barbra Streisand, you name it we've got it in The Wireless kitchen and we'll serve it up to order. This is the longest dinner party ever - it goes on all night.

Sunday

Harry Benjamin  70s Sunday  0700-1000

HARRY BENJAMIN - who is far too young to remember, researches the decade of teen power, glam rock, tank tops and bell bottoms. It was the decade that brought us The SONY Walkman, Fawlty Towers and James Hunt. Queen, Fleetwood Mac, Eagles and Blondie all made their chart debuts. The Rolling Stones were still going strong but The Beatles were all doing their own thing. 

Easy Sunday 1000-1300

GARY CHAMPION - serves up Sunday brunch with an easy mix of music and chat with round 2 of Call My Bluff, The Big Birthday and much more - more coffee - toast?

The 80s Throwback - Alan Hyde 1300-1500

ALAN HYDE - loves the 80's, it's "his" decade he says and you'll enjoy some of his recollections and observations from a great decade of music. 

The No1 Show on the Radio 1500-1700

ROB JONES - plays two hours of records that went to No1 on the UK Chart. Well, that's not quite right because in each hour there's a rogue record that didn't actually mak e the No1 spot. See if you can spot it. There's a No1 Question AND the Birthday No1. What was the No1 record on the day you were born? Text your birthday date to 07520 633 818 and we'll play the top song topped when you entered the charts!

The Wireless Artists Top 20 1700-1800

Every week on The Wireless we play Classic Hits and The Best of Today. On Sunday afternoon our computer springs into action and tots up how many plays each artist has had over the last 7 days. Hey presto, out pops The Wireless Artist Top 20, the most played artists in the last week. ROB JONES dons his Alan Freeman fluffy jumper, pop pickers, and counts from 1-20 backwards to reveal the most played artist of the week.

David Freeman's Blues Club 1800-2100

DAVID FREEMAN, a veritable skip of music knowledge plays you the tracks that inspired just about every piece of popular music you've ever heard. Blues are the foundation of jazz, rock and roll and pop, David delivers not just great insight and information but a barrow load of suprises too - pardon the building analogies! 

The Dinner Party 2100-0600

The smooth American song book sound with standards, classics, show-tunes, big bands, bossa nova and the Rat Pack. Artists like Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Harry Connick Jnr, Dean Martin, Barbra Streisand, you name it we've got it in The Wireless kitchen and we'll serve it up to order. This is the longest dinner party ever - it goes on all night.