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Weekly Schedules

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7 December


8 December


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11 December


12 December



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*

Your choice or My choice everybody choice email your request Now



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)* 


The randomizer





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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 



Changes come fast and furious, what with Wirral Borough Council and its ever changing senior staff members seemingly caught in a revolving door syndrome. The bins seem to be getting more and more colourful, not to say even more complicated into the bargain. All over Merseyside both sides of the river Political Boundaries being re-drawn. A purge on those dropping litter or allowing their animals to foul the green areas and beach fronts or popular country lanes and pedestrian walkways. The Media in the form of Free Newspapers print many stories of atrocious events or criminal activities. Even despicable members of the population involved in heinous activities, it must make you wonder why do WBC want to add to this with their own free Newspaper, when I say free it will be paid for by you and me without as much as a by your leave. One thing is Constant tune into Vintage Radio and enjoy the best in Variety, Taste, and Selection, seven days a week and 24 hours a day, surely something to satisfy the wishes of our rapidly aging members, who bless them are just ordinary members of the public, who devote their time and efforts to bring you the very best in Community Radio Stations.


 A Timely Reminder to think about.


With beginning of the Autumn and Winter months creeping up on us, now is a good time to take stock so to speak. Take a moment or two to think about what do I need, in the way of making sure that I can keep my home Dry, Warm, and Comfortable.

Most of all take this moment of reflection to consider yourself first; perhaps you have some routine to your life.

Ask yourself in the worst of conditions like a severe frost or heavy snowfall am I able to carry on doing the things I normally do.


The Home for instance how is my Electric, Gas, or any other form of Heating and Lighting and cooking equipment. Is every thing working OK, or do I need to have something checked, maybe serviced, or just cleaned up, so I have no problems.


Same with the Car if you have one, and any other sort of Transport you use or rely on. That brings to mind your Communications, Do you have all the phone numbers to hand, either so way you van get in touch or if others can get in touch with you.

For instance, can you speak to your neighbours and do they know your telephone number or how to contact you in an emergency.


There are a few organisations that provide assistance if required, and are always willing to help out members of the more senior members of the community, it is worth knowing about them and of course them knowing about you, perhaps in the event that you need deliveries at some time.


Remember in the event of a hard frost, icy cold wet slipping conditions, and such it is really not necessary to put yourself at risk by going out.

Better, you stay at home warm and dry with the required home comforts readily available.

On the rare occasions we get a heavy snow fall Transport, Deliveries, Family, Friends, Neighbours, may not be able to reach you, so you need to be as self sufficient as possible even if its only for a day or two.

If you take some measures to cope with even the most extreme of conditions, then by and large you will not encounter any problems, as the chance of very extreme conditions in this country are not the same as other parts of the world, but that is what catches people out as they think it will never happen to me, don’t take the chance.