Joined: 23 Oct 2007
|Posted: Fri Jan 15, 2016 12:52 am Post subject: MEMORY LANE -- free download
Two hours a week of old time music. Hear the last four week's episodes at this link or download them with the click of a button.
Nick Muir writes:
"Join me on Sunday afternoon at 4pm GMT on the award-winning Bay 106.4 for our regular 2-hour stroll down Memory Lane. Just go to the new web page www.bayfm.co.uk
and click once on the large yellow 'Listen Live' button. This will automatically take you to the primary player. Don’t forget to turn the volume on the web page up to your desired level. We’re also available via the TuneIn and iTunes websites.
Remember, though, that if you’re within reach of the transmitter here in East Devon, you can tune into 106.4 FM to hear the programme.
This week it will be a ‘Pot Pourri’ of music from a spread of nearly 60 years, with birthday tributes to Harry Roy, Tex Ritter, Lou Preager, Ray Price, Des O’Connor, Sophie Tucker, James V. Monaco, Dorothy Carless, Russ Columbo, Caterina Valente, Jack Jones, Eddie De Lange, Ethel Merman and Eartha Kitt. We’ll also be saying goodbye to Kitty Kallen, plus there will be requests and dedications from you, the listeners, including a little “modern nostalgia.”
Apart from hospital radio, this is the ONLY programme in Devon, and one of the few left in the whole country, to provide such a mix of this genre of music!
Hopefully I'll be able to bring back some memories for you, and I'll be giving out gold stars if you remember some of these singers before I tell you who they are. In addition, I'll also introduce you to some singers whom you've either forgotten or maybe missed altogether first time around.
Two hours of our sort of music, around 30 songs, without too much chat.
For all those who can't listen to the live broadcast, all the programmes are put onto 'Listen Again' and remain there for four weeks. If you go to the website, you can click on 'Listen Again,' then on 'Memory Lane,' then on the date of the programme that you want to hear."
tuned in from down under