Drive Variety: An eclectic mix of tuneful music with the occasional unusual item, all delivered with a good sense of humour. The program excels in being totally unpredictable in content and variety is its hallmark.
A variety of smooth, Easy Listening music appropriate to the Drive time. Music drawn from the great artists of the past and present with an emphasis on favourites from the 60s and 70s, light Jazz and Blues as well as Stage and Screen.
The first half-hour Frank is joined by the team of librararians informing listeners of everything available at Eastern Regional Libraries, book reviews etc. Then great easy listening music from the 30s to the 50s
Brass band music including marches and test pieces including recordings made by local bands. Information is also given on band concerts in the local area, and occasionally interviews with band notables are presented too.
High quality entertainment with a laid-back feel to rouse our listeners in the best Sunday tradition. The convener, Bob Toll, likes to project an up-market, almost ABC philosophy in this very important time. Quality music and interesting information at all times
It’s nostalgia with the accent on jazz, and storylines on the artists and musicians, from Miles Davis to Frank Sinatra, along with listener requests, contributions, and most of all, relaxation. As Tom says, that’s what this long-running “perfect finale” to that “care-worn day” is all about.
Let The Bands Play
Music of military bands, brass bands and concert bands from worldwide sources, together with biographical comments regarding composers, conductors, bands and interesting historical events relating to much of the music.