Go Retro with Mark Dodson. A great selection of feel music from the eighties and ninties
Back to the 80's with Gary Hopkins
The Mike Overnight Show
For those who stay up all night this Radio Showis for you
With great music from the 70's, 80's and 90's and with short notes about the songs and a little humour too..
Papa D's Request show The Last Spin
Featured artist of the week
Beatles and Stones Back to Back feature
Request a track and get a Papa D pen
Join Frank for another four hours of great oldies from the 50's, 60's and 70's. Rock and Roll, Doo Wops, R&B, Pop and Motown on Music Beat.
Join Dave for the Retro Chart Show. Two hours of music from two different charts in this week from years gone by
The Motown Show with Ryan Doran
Playing all those great Motown classic that you remember so well.
Intended to educate listeners about the influence the Beatles have had on popular music for decades!!! The Daily Beatle Break is a Monday thru Friday market exclusive feature (approximately 3-6 minutes long), including 1 Beatles song
My Generation with Gary Jackson
The show features songs and information from the 60's and 70's, Rock and Roll History and an artist or theme is spotlighted weekly
Featuring "Old Time Rock and Roll" music. We play the charted hits from the 60's and 70's, one hit wonders and covers. We don't just play songs, we play memories.
Classic tracks from the sixties.John started this Show several years ago because radio stations were not playing the music he wanted to here from this decade.
Vinyl Days is a Radio show with music from the 1960`s through to the 1990`s.
We give you the 3 in a row quiz, a double play and a weekly riddle in the show as well.
Also we take you back with our top 3 of the past it could be from any year from 1960 right through to 1989 and don`t forget there is also 3 Classic love songs back to back in the 2nd hour
The Mop Tops & The King
A one hour radio show featuring the music of The Beatles and Elvis Presley with some fun surprises in between. Our goal is to bring joy and happiness to the world through the music of The Beatles and Elvis one listener at a time