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Sunday Schedule
Len Router Guest Presenter
Len Router

This week Len Router presents his Pick and Mix Selection of the 50s

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Neil-Thompson Neil's 50s Rollercoaster
with Neil Thompson

A mixture of Rock 'n' Roll, Country and Western, Rhythm and Blues and a whole lot more from the decade that gave us the best of this kind of music - the 50s

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Sunday Presenter 02:00-14:00 Non Stop Rockabilly Hour

Also known as Classic Rock and Roll. A blend of Country and Rock and Roll, said to be one of the earliest forms of Rock and Roll.

We are currently looking for a volunteer presenter to join the station to present a Rockabilly Show. Please email for further details if you are interested in joining the 1950s UK Radio Station.

Colin James The First Decade Of Pop
with Colin James

Born in 1944, my interest in music started as Rock'n'Roll started in the mid 50s. In the early 60s a friend, who was the singer in a band, started a weekly dance and asked if I would be stage manager and introduce the groups and perhaps play some records between the bands, that was the start of my DJ career. When the pirate radio stations started from the Kent coast, I Emailed Radio City and offered them some pre-recorded shows, they agreed and I was on air but I never did step foot on any of the pirates. More recently, I have been involved with hospital radio and now a move to internet radio.

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 Guy Roles My Pick of the 50s
with Guy Roles

Guy, the man with a huge 50s knowledge and record collection on 33 1/3 LP's 48 rpm singles and not to mention 78s and a 57 Chevy to play them in!

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Lynda Moncaster Lynda's 1950s Golden Oldies
with Lynda Moncaster

A good mix of Swing music, Big Bands and Orchestral music with plenty of crooners thrown in for good measure.

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Rickshaw's 50's Countdown Show The 50's Countdown Show
with Rickshaw

Each The 50's Countdown focuses on one week in history, and I try to make it sound like you might remember radio back at that particular time. I would love to hear from anyone with any comments or suggestions.

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Shaun Moncaster The Non Stop Doo Wop Hour

We were going to call this the happy hour, until Shaun sat right down to write a letter, whilst listening to a preview of the Non Stop Doo Wop hour. He learnt about a side of Doo Wop that made him sad so he decided go on a long journey of discovery to rediscover exactly what cheered him up in his younger years of angst when he enjoyed listening to Doo Wop. The rest of the Station team are enjoying the peace whilst the boss is away!

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Monday Presenter 08:00-20:00 Larry The K's
Rock & Roll Radio Reunion

A fine selection of music from Larry across the pond in the 'Sunshine State' that is Florida. we are sure you will enjoy Larry's high energy presentation!

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Monday Presenter 09:00-21:00 Non-Stop Easy Listening Music

Music from Film, Stage ,Big Band, Rock 'n' Roll plus much more, in fact if it was around during the 1950s, then you might well hear it here during this hour.

We are currently looking for a volunteer presenter to join the station to present an easy listening hour Show. Please email for further details if you are interested in joining the 1950s UK Radio Station.

Monday Presenter 10:00-22:00 General Play List
Non presented hour of music.

A non-stop selection from across our entire 1950s library, including short soundbites from adverts and old time radio, but of course, plenty of music for your listening pleasure.

Jay_Lawrence Stateside M&M
with Jay Lawrence

With every song I hear, I have a memory. There have been so many songs that I have heard growing up and I have so many memories. That's why I call the program the M&M Show. Music, Memories and More from the 1950s. A weaving together in one hour great sounds of the Big Bands, Rock-a-Billy, a little comedy, Broadway and motion picture show tunes . a great potpourri of the famous music of the 50s's My hope is that I can help you relive some great memories in your life here on the UK's 1950s Radio Station.

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