Saturday’s A Great Day On Uplift Radio – Even Although ItS Holiday Time
Today’s your day on Uplift Radio.
Yes, holidays are in at present and so DJs enjoying themselves (whoever heard of that!) mean that we have a couple of repeats this weekend. Why not take advantage of hearing programmes you might have missed!
First of all though, Brian Fowler has been unwell and has a treat for you – one of his best from this time a couple of years ago. Did you know he’d been going that long!
Don’t miss it – Sat at 6pm, Sun at noon.
Now to those DJs enjoying vacation.
Joe Bollard links up with Don Treader this week to present ‘Celtic Cross Country’, a marvelous blend of Scottish, Irish, Country and a few other genres thrown in. The feel is definitely nostalgia and fun.
Sat at 10am & Sun at 10pm
DJ Eye & DJ Starr, newly married, feel the need for another break – who’d blame them! This provides us with another opportunity to hear last week’s show. Simply superb music and loads of spots, like Decades, Requests, Links, Novelty to name but a few. Don’t forget you can still enter the competition.
Sat at 2pm & 10pm, Sun at 4pm
In holiday mode is Don Mark 2 who along with DJ Sophia and Don Treader host ‘The Weekend Uplift Show’. Needing a bit of a lift or just enjoying the weekend – full of Euro news – give them a spin. You’ll feel much better.
Sat at 7am & 12 noon, Sun at 2am & 6pm
Finally Doctor J – how could we forget her!
Not so well too, we’ve drafted Don Mark 2 in for one week’s show. Yes, ‘Both Sides Now’ is coming from this side of the pond this week but will sport a number of issues for discussion from ‘both sides of the pond’, including the US election race, David Cameron’s efforts in Europe, an irish bakery’s appeal to their sentence for not espousing gay marriage on a cake and the elusive subject of happiness. This new programme is worth a listen!
Sun at 7am & 2pm.
. . . and if you’re in the mood for some Children’s Favourites, don’t forget young DJ Sophia is along on Saturday at 9am and Sunday at 3pm to bring you those songs of yesteryear, for kids of all ages.
The music and chat just keep on coming from Uplift Radio.
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