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Week Starts 25 June 2012

 This week  we have a 'Live in the Studio' day on Thursday and two Vintage 'Live' Days from 2009 & 2011

Monday

25 June

Tuesday

26 June

Wednesday

27 June

Vintage 'Live' 87.7fm Feb 2009

Thursday

28 June

LIVE

Friday

29 June

Saturday

30 June

Vintage 'Live' 87.7fm 2011

Sunday

1 July

 9am

9am 9am 8am 9am 9am 9am
Roger Wright's Music Show 78. Burt Bacharach Songs, with Cilla Black. The Searchers. Alan Price etc, Sandy Cameron Summer Music

No. 9

Breakfast Show. Part 1 with Ernie Hardwick, Karen Bundred & Lynn Morris.

8 -11

Breakfast Show Ernie Hardwick with Ann Flynn. How Do You Like Your Eggs in the Morning?
Ernie Hardwick's Magazine No 69. Willaston Festival 2012. Repeated from Monday Lynne Quarrell. William Shakespeare. Background to Life & Times Helen Hughes Poetry with Phil Ireland. Chris Youngman. Andy Lennard.

Charlie Lansborough. (R)

10am 10am 10am 11am 10am 10am 10am
Jan Kupeczeck. The Peggy Lee Story. Roger Wright's Weekly Magazine No. 40. Historical & Medical.

Jan Kupeczeck. The Joseph Locke Story.

Alwyn Hind & Lynne Quarrell.

11-12

Tom Platt with Marj McConville.
Roger Wright's Music Show Part 1. (R) John Nolan Programme 16. Music & Discussion Terry Overill.

 Opera (R)

11am 11am 11am 12noon 11am 11am 11am
Ernie Hardwick's Magazine No 69. Willaston Festival 2012. Repeated on Friday 'Nifty after Fifty' Interviews by Ian Grant Dave Crosby Plus Bert Schroeder Live Across Wirral.

12 -1

Looser Women. Jess Pearson & Ann Higginson.

1-2

Jess Pearson & Ann Higginson

Jan Kupeczeck. How We Danced Sheila Hingely, an Antiquarian Librarian Talks to Lynne Quarrell about her work. Steve James

Juke Box Giants (R)

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2 - 4  Ian Grant
4pm

4 - 6 Steve James

6pm
6-7 Gareth Morris. It's Not the Beatles.Songs from the Beatles catalogue performed by other artists.

 

7-8 Gareth's Strictly Dance Music. Roll back the carpetsand put on your dancing shoes to glide quick, quick, slow across the floor.

See NOTE 2.

The station closes after this programme.

Note 1 These programmes start at 9am and are repeated every 3 hours until midnight.

The 9am show can heard at 12 noon, 3pm, 6pm and 9pm.

The 10am show can be heard again  at 1pm, 4pm, 7pm and 10pm.

The 11am show can heard again at 2pm, 5pm, 8pm and 11pm

Note 2 This is a Live day where we broadcast live from our studio. These days start at 8am and are not repeated