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The overnight randomizer continues

Sandy Cameron

with a pot-pouri of musical memories old and new*

That Seventies Sound: "Angels"

(Dave Edwards)


9.00-10.00am  Anthony Peers's Morning Melodies

 8.00  Geoff Dorsett's "Solid Gold 60s", (repeat)*


9.00  That 70s Sound (repeat)*

The Friday Rewind with Leslie-John Benn 


Jay Adkins's NUA Show (New, Unsigned, Alternative)*


The Living Hope Show*    (Stephen Baker)

9.00  Sandy Cameron*




Will Redfearn,

Ideas and Music




Sandy Cameron*

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10.00-12.00 Tom Platt and Jim Walsh Rock and Roll Show

Community Hour with  Special Guest  Allan Brame

 11.00 - 1.00 Len Burnett, Rock and Opera

Rise and Shine with Phil Lyne 







with butters 


 Helen Hill* (as yesterday)

 11.00 Mark Ball Talks About Books :Peter Levi in Afghanistan (as yesterday)




Leslie-John Benn "Diamonds In The Shadows"

12.00  Steve James's Blues Cafe* 


Tunes On Tuesday with Phil Lyne


Roger Wright

An eclectic mix of great music


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

Budge Grounsell

Tony Costa

Noon Tunes

Cliff Howarth, Radio Radio*

1.00-3.00 Roger Wright Music Show*, repeat




Budge Grounsell


Liverpool Inklings


3.00 Paul Regan's Trackback

2.00 Richmond Dutton, Early and Baroque Music

3.00  Richmond Dutton plays the blues

2.00-5.00 Anthony Peers' "Jazz Flavours"

2.00-7.00 "Whiskey and Honey",  with Leslie-John Benn

3.00 The Peter Rainsford Classical Music Show (repeat)*






The Phil Lyne Show


4.30-6.30 Moira Leonard, All Things Rock!

covered by ben butterworth 

Richard Isles' Film Show

4.00-6.00  Anthony Peers and his "Soul Flavours"


5.00 - 7.00

Drive Time

With Ben Butterworth 



4.00 Paul Regan's Trackback 

5.00 Gareth Morris, A Christmas Party Dance*




Colette Corlett's Monday Melodies


6.30-8.30 Trevor Smith and the Adverse Camber show

Ruth Parry and Phil Reilly, The Wordsmiths

Ray Lyons, into the Lyons Den



Steve James's Blues Cafe (repeat)* 

 7.00 Poetry : Helen Hill


6.00-7.00pm Just Jazz (with Steve Hart)* 


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8.30 The randomizer

Chris Jarrey

Cliff Howarth, Radio Radio




Geoff Dorsett's Beatles Hour* 


John Jenkins's Garden Party*


Mark Ball Talks About Books :

Peter Levi in Afghanistan

9.00 Community Hour with Ian Wray (repeat)









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




Are you Eating a Balanced Diet is the Question?


No doubt you have seen and heard most of the News and Media output about the need for people to lead healthier lifestyles and the key to all that is a combination of Diet and Exercise. Taken individually Diet or Exercise is not always understood so it means both together are even less understood. People will say “when I exercise it gives me an appetite so I then eat more” and conversely people will also claim “When I diet to any extent I no longer have the energy to Exercise” so I put on weight.

What is the magic formula that’s easy you exercises to the point of pushing up your heart rate therefore you burn more calories and you muscles get more supple and stronger, but you only eat the sort of foods that appease your hunger but do not add unwanted  calories to your requirement’s.

Now there are no such things as super foods good well prepared and cooked or raw foods come in many varieties and we are fortunate that our supermarkets have an abundance of them many in their natural state many ready or pre prepared for your convenience.

I have heard stories about the colour of our Fruit and Vegetables play an important part not only in Diet terms but probably just as important the presentation and appeal of meals, there is what is called the “Rainbow Diet” also often referred to as the “Mediterranean Diet” a sort of colourful and interesting healthy combination of Meat, Seafood, and Vegetables according to season, also incorporating Fruit, Dairy and Fats.

Now that seems to be a combination that should satisfy just about everybody’s preference , taste, or fancy, regardless of them being Vegetarian, Vegan, or have some allergy or aversion to certain items.

Apparently the humble Pizza is recognised as being a good combination for the majority of people just as long as there is no excessive use of Fat, Sugar, or Salt. This is Due to the Pastry Base, then a combination of Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Onions, Red, Green and  Yellow peppers, Garlic, Sweetcorn, or Peas, with possibly some lean meat, seafood, and fish and cheese.

In Rainbow terms White Foods: (Mushrooms, Onions and Garlic) at some level contain  beta-glucans and lignin’s reported to be good for immune boosting qualities and balancing Hormone levels.

Red Foods: Tomatoes, (Red Bell Peppers, Radishes and Beetroot) all contain lycopene, ell argic acid, and Hesperidin, or Quercetin, reported to be good for reducing blood pressure and resisting some cancerous agent while aiding good cholesterol levels.

Orange Foods: (Carrots, Butternut Squash, Mangoes, Sweet Potatoes, Yellow Peppers, Sweet Potatoes) all contain beta-carotene, flavonoids, lycopene, and potassium with vitamin C that assist with collagen formation, alkaline balance, or work with magnesium and calcium to build healthy bones.

Green Foods: (Asparagus, Broccoli, Green Beans, Green Peppers, Peas, Cabbage and Kale) contain Chlorophyll, lutein, zeaxanthin, calcium, and vitamin C that all help to reduce cancer risks, normalize digestion, plus support healthy vision and fight free radicals to boost your immune system.

Blue and purple Foods:  (Black Salsify, Plums, grapes, Purple Cabbage, Egg Plant and Raisins) all contain trace elements and nutrients similar to the other Vegetables that help to lower LDL cholesterol, boost the immune system, fight inflammation, or act as anti- carcinogens in the digestive system.

In another article we will go into Meat, Fish and Poultry, plus some cooking methods and maybe suggest some examples for you to try