Contact Us   0151 601 7636

ARE YOU PREPARED Night and Day

Readmore..

Lonliness and Isolation

Check out the latest information on the Events locally.

Readmore..

The season of Events Locally

Readmore..

WELCOME TO VINTAGE, Come and Talk

Readmore..

Wirral Care Foundation

Readmore..

Time of many Changes.

Readmore..

Story of the week

Readmore..

Are you Eating a Balanced Diet

 

Readmore..

Start Living a Healthy Life Style

Readmore..

The World is only a button away

Readmore..

email Vintage Radio

Click to email us

player 3a

Tunein3

 

WhatDoYouThink4.jpg

Click to tell us what you think about Vintage Radio


Clicking on these players will open a new browser tab.

Don't close your browser to do something else! 

 

Weekly Schedules

Week starts 27th January 2020

Des Goaten's last show on Vintage is this Saturday

A new look to Thursday afternoon; Richmond Dutton, 2.00-3.00, with his Baroque and Early Music show;

and then Ian Boyle and John Jenkins move from 2.00-4.00 to 3.00-6.00, with an extra hour

Leslie-John Benn has a new show on Saturday afternoons, 2.00-5.00

 

MONDAY

27 January

TUESDAY

28 January

WEDNESDAY

29 January

THURSDAY

30 January

FRIDAY

31 January

SATURDAY

1 February

SUNDAY

2 February

 

8-10am

(The overnight show continues)

From the Vintage Vaults: Roger Wright*

That Seventies Sound 158: Methods Of Communication*

(Dave Edwards)

 

9.00 Graham Turner

 Sandy Cameron, Your Choice, My Choice*

 (The overnight show continues)

 

Des Goaten's "The Mix"*

 

The Living Hope Show*    (Stephen Baker)

9.00  Sandy Cameron*

8-10am

                 

10-12noon

Will Redfearn

 

 

 

Steve James, Blues Café*

 

 

11.00 Sandy Cameron, "Drop In For A Chat"

Graham Turner

and good morning music

 

11.30  Roger Wright

Community Hour

Sonia Richards (Therapist) [with Will Redfearn]

 

11.00 - 1.00 Len Burnett, Rock and Opera

John Nolan

 

 

 

Len Burnett, Opera and Rock

Poetry Roundup;

Michael C. Jones, Part 2* (as yesterday)

 11.00 Mark Ball Talks About Books, 191: Thomas Hardy, "The Return Of The Native"*

10-12noon

                 

12noon-2pm

 

 

1.00  John Nolan

Roger Wright

An eclectic mix of great music

 

1.00-2.00 Richmond Dutton, Botanist and Military Historian, and his Green Show (with jazz and classic rock)

Budge Grounsell

Toni Costa

Noon Tunes

Geoff Dorsett's "Solid Gold 60s"*

1.00-3.00 Roger Wright Music Show 334 [repeat]*

12noon-2pm

                 

2-4pm

Budge Grounsell

   

3.00  Mike Norton's Pan o' Scouse

(Merseyside musicians)

The Hoylake Writers

3.00 Diane Herring's Vinyl Vaults

2.00 Richmond Dutton: The Baroque and Early Music Show

3.00-6.00 Ian Boyle and John Jenkins ….

Anthony Peers' "Jazz Flavours"

Leslie-John Benn's Show

Roger 

... continued ...

3.00 The Peter Rainsford Classical Music Show*

2-4pm

           

...

   

4-6pm

Budge Grounsell and Graham Turner

 

4.30-6.30 Moira Leonard, All Things Rock!

Richard Isles' Film Show

3.00-6.00, Ian Boyle and John Jenkins: The Thursday Americana, Blues, Country and Folk Show 

4.00 Steve James's Blues Café*

5.00 Geoff Dorsett's "Solid Gold 6os"

 

5.00-7.00 Graham Turner and his afternoon music

The Senior Moments Show, Lyrics*

 

5.00 Heswall Writers (15-1-2020)*

4-6pm

                 

6-8pm

 

7.00-10.00,

Tommy Noon, "On The Right Track"

6.30-8.30 Trevor Smith and the Adverse Camber show

Tom Platt and Jim Walsh, Rock and Roll

Ray Lyons

Into the Lyons Den

 

6.00  Tom Platt 

 

7.00  (The overnight show begins) 

Graham ...

 

7.00 Poetry Roundup: Michael C. Jones, Part 2*

 

Cool Nights (Jazz and Soul for the Over-50s, with Steve Hart*) 

7.00-9.00 Sandy Cameron*

(repeat from Thursday)

6-8pm

                 

8-10pm

 

8.30 Groove Perfection

 

(Paul Hale)

Gareth Morris

8.00   Paul, George, Ringo and John on the run

9.00  Dancing: Tell Her About It! 

Cliff Howarth, Radio Radio

 

 

 

 

Mark Ball Talks About Books, 191: Thomas Hardy's "Return Of The Native"

9.00 Community Hour: Liz Appleby (Wirral Food Bank: repeated from 15-11-2018)

(from 11-4-2018)

 

9.00 Community Hour: Liz Appleby  (as yesterday)

8-10pm

     

 

         

 10pm

 Station closes

 Station closes

 Station closes

 Station closes

Station closes 

Station closes

Station closes

10pm

 

 

       

 

 

 

Vintage Radio does now play on through the night, with a randomized selection of music from our store 

 

 

Week starts 20th January 2020

.

After many years of valiant service, Stevie D is having to give up broadcasting due to ill health.

Everybody at Vintage Radio wishes Stevie well.

Meanwhile, Samuel Pepys's Diaries star on Mark Ball's Books Show at the weekend. 

 

MONDAY

20 January

TUESDAY

21 January

WEDNESDAY

22 January

THURSDAY

23 January

FRIDAY

24 January

SATURDAY

25 January

SUNDAY

26 January

 

8-10am

(The overnight show continues)

From the Vintage Vaults: Roger Wright*

That Seventies Sound: Working Titles*

(Dave Edwards)

 

9.00 Graham Turner

 Sandy Cameron, Your Choice, My Choice*

(The overnight show continues) 

 

Des Goaten's "The Mix"*

 

The Living Hope Show*    (Stephen Baker)

9.00  Sandy Cameron*

8-10am

                 

10-12noon

Will Redfearn

Music and Ideas

 

 

 

Steve James, Blues Café*

 

 

11.00 Sandy Cameron, "Drop In For A Chat"

Graham Turner

and good morning music

 

11.30  Roger Wright

Community Hour

Liz Appleby (Wirral Food Bank) [repeated from 15-11-2018]

 

11.00 - 1.00 Len Burnett, Rock and Opera

John Nolan

 

 

 

Len Burnett, Opera and Rock

Poetry Roundup;

 Michael C. Jones, Part 1* (as yesterday)

 11.00 Mark Ball Talks About Books, 190: Samuel Pepys*

10-12noon

                 

12noon-2pm

 

 

1.00  John Nolan

Roger Wright

An eclectic mix of great music

 

1.00 Richmond Dutton, Botanist and Military Historian, and his Green Show

Budge Grounsell

Toni Costa

Noon Tunes

Geoff Dorsett, Solid Gold Sixties*

1.00-3.00 Roger Wright Music Show 439*

12noon-2pm

                 

2-4pm

Budge Grounsell

   

3.00  Mike Norton's Pan o' Scouse

(Merseyside musicians)

The Poets

Kemal, Lynda, Paul and guest

Ian Boyle and John Jenkins, The Thursday Americana, Blues, Country and Folk Show

Anthony Peers' "Jazz Flavours"

 

 

Roger 

... continued ...

3.00 The Peter Rainsford Classical Music Show*

2-4pm

           

...

   

4-6pm

Budge Grounsell and Graham Turner

 

4.30-6.30 Moira Leonard, All Things Rock!

Richard Isles' Film Show

Nathan Gould

Hot 80s Hits

 

Steve James's Blues Café*

 

5.00  Geoff Dorsett's "Solid Gold Sixties"

 

5.00-7.00 Graham Turner and his afternoon music

The Senior Moments Show*

 

5.00 Heswall Writers (15-1-2020)*

4-6pm

                 

6-8pm

 

7.00-10.00, Tommy Noon "On The Right Track"

6.30-8.30 Trevor Smith and the Adverse Camber show

Tom Platt and Jim Walsh, Rock and Roll

Ray Lyons

Into the Lyons Den

 

 6.00  Tom Platt

 

7.00  The overnight show starts

 

Graham ...

 

7.00 Poetry Roundup: Michael C. Jones, Part 1*

 

Cool Nights (Jazz and Soul for the Over-50s, with Steve Hart*) 

7.00-9.00 Sandy Cameron*

(repeat from Thursday)

6-8pm

                 

8-10pm

 

8.30 Groove Perfection

 

(Paul Hale)

 

Cliff Howarth, Radio Radio

 

 

 

 

Mark Ball Talks About Books, 190: Samuel Pepys's Diaries

9.00 Community Hour: David M. Owen

(from 16-1-2020)

 

9.00 Community Hour: David M. Owen (as yesterday)

8-10pm

     

 

         

 10pm

 Station closes

 Station closes

 Station closes

 Station closes

Station closes 

Station closes

Station closes

10pm

 

 

       

 

 

 

Vintage Radio does now play on through the night, with a randomized selection of music from our store 

 

 

Like to help us? Please click on the PayPal logo below or go to our Donation page by clicking here.

Vintage Radio is funded mainly by its members. Any donation, no matter how small would help Vintage Radio stay on air and would towards replacing ageing equipment. Such donations  and would be gratefully received. Just use the Donate button on the left. If you don't have a PayPal account any debit or credit card can be used to make a donation. No card details are held on this web-site. Vintage Radio is a self funded organisation run 100% by volunteers.

 

sandy blogspot1
aboutus3
News and Events for Vintage members
 

Did you know that you can now listen to Vintage Radio on your TV?TV1-rotate1.gif

 

If you use Link to Now TV website  Link to Virgin Media website Link to Amazon Fire web page. Link to Google Chromecast webpage.

or if you have a Smart TV that is connected to the internet you will be able to use the tunein app to listen to us, just like we have on our web site. Goto the tunin app, then just search for Vintage Radio and look for the Vintage Radio logo  in the tunin results.

Don't forget to save it as one of your tunein favourites.

  Google sm

Click to search

 
f_logo_sm

Click on the logo above

to go to our Facebook page.

Follow us on Twitter

 

 

Don't forget to save Vintage radio as one of your TuneIn favourites.

CommHr mid

Listen to our Community Hour programme which brings real people who are part of our community into the studio. They tell their stories live every Thursday from 10am.

 

YMCA 140th yearVintage Radio - our community broadcast station is very grateful for the help given to this station by the provision of space & facilities. This has allowed us to operate and provide entertainment and information to the north end of the Wirral and beyond. The Wirral YMCA was founded in 1874 (originally named the Birkenhead YMCA) and provides support for people in need with a view to them regaining their rightful place in society.  

  

line

 

LCN web hosting

Vintage Radio is very grateful for the ongoing support given to us by LCN.com, our web site hosting company.