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Programmes are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control

 

We will do our best to keep to the following schedule wherever possible

 

(Broadcasting 24 hours a day / 7 days a week)

Together with the following 'Live' Broadcasts

 

'LIVE' PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

JUNE

2018

Tuesday 19th

(9am to 10.30am)

Sylvies Selection Box

(This week featuring stories about Madrigal and the Magician by local author Elizabeth Webb)

 

(10.30am to 11.30am)

Heavenly Notes with the Reverend Alan Parry

 

(11.30am to 1.30pm)

Classic Country with Bill

 

(2pm to 3pm)

The Classical Hour with Stan

 

Wednesday 20th

 

(12:30pm to 1pm)

Childrens Story Time

 

(2pm to 5pm)

Colin's Country Collection

This weeks featured album: Forget About It" by Alison Krauss (1999)

 

Thursday 21st

 

Sorry but there will be 'NO' live programmes today

Please continue to listen to us via our Auto DJ who will provide a good selection of music for you

 

Friday 22nd

 

(2pm to 3pm)

Sue’s Selection

 

(3pm to 4pm)

Popular Classical Music with Sylvie

This week featuring music from the New World

 

(4pm to 4:30pm)

Grannie’s Stories

 

(4:30pm to 6pm)

Friday with Suzanne

 

Saturday 23rd

 

(9am to 11am)

Saturday Morning Music Mix with DJBadBoyBaz & DJ Craig

 

(12noon to 1.30pm)

Terry’s Music Mix

 

Sunday 24th

(9am to 12noon)

Sunday Morning with Bill

 

(12noon to 3pm)

Sunday Lunch with Brian

 

Monday 25th

 

(9am to 12noon)

The Monday Montage with Mark

 

(12noon to 2pm)

Lunch with Lily

 

(2pm to 3pm)

Community Forum with Terry

(Terrys guest this week is local author David E Merrifield)

 

(5pm to 8pm)

The Wordy Birds

(Slaughter in Southwold Special)

 

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Our 'Live' schedule is also available in local magazine

The Southwold Organ