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12:00amMonday

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#Breakfast Briefing

8:00amMonday

8:00amMonday

Start the day with David Mann and Radio Wymondham’s #BreakfastBriefing, on-air every morning from 08.00 to 9.00am

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9:00amMonday

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James Mackay

3:00pmMonday

3:00pmMonday

James Mackay brings you some of his favourite music for Monday afternoons on Radio Wymondham.

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Jimi’s 60’s

5:00pmMonday

5:00pmMonday

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6:00pmMonday

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The Sophie Sessions

7:00pmMonday

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9:00pmMonday

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The Jazz Shows

11:00pmMonday

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Jake Longwell presents two different shows on alternate Mondays in the late nght slot at 11.00pm. The Jazz Scene The Jazz Scene is the perfect program for the "straight ahead" jazz enthusiast. Each episode features the best in traditional and mainstream Jazz from the past and present. You'll hear a wide range of styles including swing, bebop, cool jazz, and Latin jazz to name a few. Artists include Benny Goodman, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, The Modern Jazz Quartet, Bill Evans, Joshua Redman, Russell Malone, Diana Krall Wallace Roney, and many, many more. Jazz Progressions Yes. This music really IS Jazz! This show is for those who like the more adventurous aspects of Jazz. Emphasis is placed on Free Jazz and Jazz/Rock Fusion, though other modern Jazz styles may also be heard from time to time. Artists range from John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Dave Douglas and Evan Parker to The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Return to Forever, Allan Holdsworth and Niacin. Tune in and hear artists who are constantly pushing the boundaries of America's original art form. It's Jazz Progressions.

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12:00amTuesday

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#Breakfast Briefing

8:00amTuesday

8:00amTuesday

Start the day with David Mann and Radio Wymondham’s #BreakfastBriefing, on-air every morning from 08.00 to 9.00am

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9:00amTuesday

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11:00amTuesday

Johnnie Dalton presents a mix of music across the lunchtime hours every Tuesday on Radio Wymondham.

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2:00pmTuesday

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Sounds Easy

5:00pmTuesday

5:00pmTuesday

David Mann presents 'Sounds Easy' on Sundays at 11am, with a repeat the same evening at 11pm. "When Radio Wymondham was first getting going in late 2018, I offered to do a show featuring the music of the 'Great American Songbook' and artists associated with it, such as Bing Crosby, Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra," says David. "I originally proposed to make six one-hour shows, with the programmes closely based on the format originally created on BBC Radio 2 by broadcaster, music producer and expert on 'our kind of music', Alan Dell. Alan's 'Sounds Easy' ran for many years on Sundays on BBC Radio 2 and, after Alan's passing, was later hosted by another broadcasting legend, David Jacobs. The programme used to be a favourite of mine, so I was eager to make a revived version to air on Radio Wymondham." "But something must have gone wrong" says David "as the six programmes' I signed up for have somehow now turned into  more than 100 editions of 'Sounds Easy'! There's been positive feedback from regular listeners ever since it started, and in fact the 100th edition was broadcast on Sunday 27th June 2021." "Via the wonders of social media, I've also been in contact with Alan Dell's son, who clearly remembers the many hours that his father used to spend choosing the songs and creating the edits and segues from one track to another - all done back in the 70s and early 80s with vinyl, turntables and reel-to-reel tapes rather than with a computer of course" says David. "But compiling each one hour show still takes up much of a day each week, as I do like to try and balance the content and research the songs before writing and then recording the script and putting the whole thing together as a completed programme. Finding the best audio quality versions of some of the older songs is sometimes a challenge too." 'Sounds Easy' airs at 11.00am on Sunday mornings, and is repeated at 11.00pm on Sundays, and at 5.00pm on Tuesdays. Sounds Easy is on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Sounds-Easy-on-Radio-Wymondham-625804251206775 The Sounds Easy show archive is here: Contact the show: david@radiowymondham.com

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6:00pmTuesday

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Soul Sessions

7:00pmTuesday

7:00pmTuesday

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9:00pmTuesday

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Classics & Beyond

11:00pmTuesday

11:00pmTuesday

Jake Longwell presents a range of programmes from his home in the scenic Finger Lakes region of Upper State New York.

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12:00amWednesday

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#Breakfast Briefing

8:00amWednesday

8:00amWednesday

Start the day with David Mann and Radio Wymondham’s #BreakfastBriefing, on-air every morning from 08.00 to 9.00am

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9:00amWednesday

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Girls Got Spirit

4:00pmWednesday

4:00pmWednesday

ANYTHING goes. Eclectic and excellent. You've been warned.  

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Midweek Mixtape

6:00pmWednesday

6:00pmWednesday

It Takes Two

8:00pmWednesday

8:00pmWednesday

10:00pmWednesday

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Something Beautiful

11:00pmWednesday

11:00pmWednesday

12:00amThursday

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8:00amThursday

8:00amThursday

Start the day with David Mann and Radio Wymondham’s #BreakfastBriefing, on-air every morning from 08.00 to 9.00am

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9:00amThursday

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Lust for Life

12:00pmThursday

12:00pmThursday

Hannah Young spreads the positivity with her music selections on 'Lust for Life' at lunchtime on Thursdays.

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2:00pmThursday

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The Thursday Night Club

6:00pmThursday

6:00pmThursday

Join Tristan at 6.00pm for the 'Thursday Night Club' every week on Radio Wymondham.

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The Indie Archive

8:00pmThursday

8:00pmThursday

Matt Mann with his Thursday evening selection from the Indie Archive across the years.

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Upstate Radio Theatre

10:00pmThursday

10:00pmThursday

The Lake Air Shows

11:00pmThursday

11:00pmThursday

Jake Longwell presents two alternating shows in the late night slot on Thursdays at 11.00pm. Lake Air From the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York comes the sound of Lake Air. The name Lake Air refers to a long defunct FM radio station based in Canandaigua, New York, whose call letters were WLKA. The station was around from late 1989 through the Summer of 1993. Their music format was known as "New Adult Contemporary" (NAC). The current Lake Air radio series attempts to recreate that classic sound for a new generation. The program blends contemporary Jazz instrumentals and vocals with touches of New Age and Acoustic music. Key artists include Pat Metheny, The Rippingtons, Joe Sample, Sade, Bob James, Earl Klugh, George Benson, Yanni, and Enya along with many others. It's an hour of "unique contemporary music" perfect for any occasion. Lake Air Deep Tracks This is an extension of the original Lake Air concept. Many of the classic New Adult Contemporary radio stations of the 80s and 90s often had specialty shows emphasizing New Age music, usually presented late at night, or on Sunday mornings. Deep Tracks attempts to recreate the sound of these shows by featuring a wide range of relaxing New Age music. You will hear everything from solo piano to electronic ambient music, and from acoustic guitar to Native American flute to Celtic harp. Artists include Tangerine Dream, George Winston, David Arkenstone, Tingstad and Rumbel, William Ackerman, Jonn Serrie, Nightnoise, and the R. Carlos Nakai to name a few. Relax, unwind, and escape with Lake Air Deep Tracks.  

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12:00amFriday

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#Breakfast Briefing

8:00amFriday

8:00amFriday

Start the day with David Mann and Radio Wymondham’s #BreakfastBriefing, on-air every morning from 08.00 to 9.00am

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9:00amFriday

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12:00pmFriday

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10:00pmFriday

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12:00amFriday

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12:00amFriday

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12:00amSaturday

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#Breakfast Briefing

8:00amSaturday

8:00amSaturday

Start the day with David Mann and Radio Wymondham’s #BreakfastBriefing, on-air every morning from 08.00 to 9.00am

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9:00amSaturday

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JP’s Golden Years

4:00pmSaturday

4:00pmSaturday

Join JP for a look back at music and events from across the decades – the music of your life!

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6:00pmSaturday

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8:00pmSaturday

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10:00pmSaturday

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12:00amSunday

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#Breakfast Briefing

8:00amSunday

8:00amSunday

Start the day with David Mann and Radio Wymondham’s #BreakfastBriefing, on-air every morning from 08.00 to 9.00am

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9:00amSunday

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Sounds Easy

11:00amSunday

11:00amSunday

David Mann presents 'Sounds Easy' on Sundays at 11am, with a repeat the same evening at 11pm. "When Radio Wymondham was first getting going in late 2018, I offered to do a show featuring the music of the 'Great American Songbook' and artists associated with it, such as Bing Crosby, Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra," says David. "I originally proposed to make six one-hour shows, with the programmes closely based on the format originally created on BBC Radio 2 by broadcaster, music producer and expert on 'our kind of music', Alan Dell. Alan's 'Sounds Easy' ran for many years on Sundays on BBC Radio 2 and, after Alan's passing, was later hosted by another broadcasting legend, David Jacobs. The programme used to be a favourite of mine, so I was eager to make a revived version to air on Radio Wymondham." "But something must have gone wrong" says David "as the six programmes' I signed up for have somehow now turned into  more than 100 editions of 'Sounds Easy'! There's been positive feedback from regular listeners ever since it started, and in fact the 100th edition was broadcast on Sunday 27th June 2021." "Via the wonders of social media, I've also been in contact with Alan Dell's son, who clearly remembers the many hours that his father used to spend choosing the songs and creating the edits and segues from one track to another - all done back in the 70s and early 80s with vinyl, turntables and reel-to-reel tapes rather than with a computer of course" says David. "But compiling each one hour show still takes up much of a day each week, as I do like to try and balance the content and research the songs before writing and then recording the script and putting the whole thing together as a completed programme. Finding the best audio quality versions of some of the older songs is sometimes a challenge too." 'Sounds Easy' airs at 11.00am on Sunday mornings, and is repeated at 11.00pm on Sundays, and at 5.00pm on Tuesdays. Sounds Easy is on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Sounds-Easy-on-Radio-Wymondham-625804251206775 The Sounds Easy show archive is here: Contact the show: david@radiowymondham.com

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4:00pmSunday

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The Retro Room

7:00pmSunday

7:00pmSunday

Peter is playing the best mix of music from the eighties, the nineties and the zeros in the Retro Room early on Sunday evenings.

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Dance Time in Texas

9:00pmSunday

9:00pmSunday

DJ Mike presents a weekly countdown of the Top Texas Red Dirt songs packing the Dance floors all across Texas.

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10:00pmSunday

A musical trip around the world for Sunday evenings, in the company of Jake Longwell Sounds From the Global Village is a musical trip around the world. Each show features an eclectic mix of artists and styles from all corners of the globe. African, Celtic, Latin, Bollywood, Reggae, the list goes on. You’ll hear everything from vintage field recordings and forgotten vinyl gems to the latest popular music from around the world, along with incredible fusions of different styles from afar. Tune in to Sounds From the Global Village, and explore our world through music. Hosted by Jake Longwell A Quality Radio Production presented in the UK by Radio Wymondham Contact the show : qualityradioproductions@gmail.com  

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Sounds Easy

11:00pmSunday

11:00pmSunday

David Mann presents 'Sounds Easy' on Sundays at 11am, with a repeat the same evening at 11pm. "When Radio Wymondham was first getting going in late 2018, I offered to do a show featuring the music of the 'Great American Songbook' and artists associated with it, such as Bing Crosby, Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra," says David. "I originally proposed to make six one-hour shows, with the programmes closely based on the format originally created on BBC Radio 2 by broadcaster, music producer and expert on 'our kind of music', Alan Dell. Alan's 'Sounds Easy' ran for many years on Sundays on BBC Radio 2 and, after Alan's passing, was later hosted by another broadcasting legend, David Jacobs. The programme used to be a favourite of mine, so I was eager to make a revived version to air on Radio Wymondham." "But something must have gone wrong" says David "as the six programmes' I signed up for have somehow now turned into  more than 100 editions of 'Sounds Easy'! There's been positive feedback from regular listeners ever since it started, and in fact the 100th edition was broadcast on Sunday 27th June 2021." "Via the wonders of social media, I've also been in contact with Alan Dell's son, who clearly remembers the many hours that his father used to spend choosing the songs and creating the edits and segues from one track to another - all done back in the 70s and early 80s with vinyl, turntables and reel-to-reel tapes rather than with a computer of course" says David. "But compiling each one hour show still takes up much of a day each week, as I do like to try and balance the content and research the songs before writing and then recording the script and putting the whole thing together as a completed programme. Finding the best audio quality versions of some of the older songs is sometimes a challenge too." 'Sounds Easy' airs at 11.00am on Sunday mornings, and is repeated at 11.00pm on Sundays, and at 5.00pm on Tuesdays. Sounds Easy is on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Sounds-Easy-on-Radio-Wymondham-625804251206775 The Sounds Easy show archive is here: Contact the show: david@radiowymondham.com

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