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On This Week

Monday

 
The Breakfast Show Replay with Chris Tipping and Cleo Cobb 8-9am

Tune in at 8am for another chance to hear Friday’s tunes, chat and the musings of this ‘interesting’ pair. Hear our ‘song for the weekend’, catch up on your horoscope and get some motivation from our inspirational guest with this week’s Thought For The Day.

 
Glam Slam with Russ Pearce 1-2pm

On the ‘Glam Slam’ this week we feature classic and lesser know Glam Rock songs and artists from 1972 to 1979, including David Bowie, David Cassidy, David Essex, New York Dolls, Mick Ronson, The Sweet, Alex Harvey, Leo Sayer, Alice Cooper, Queen, T Rex, Ian Hunter, Boney M and Roxy Music. Music to bring a sparkle to your ears!


Bay Lives Replay with Neil Charleton 1-2pm

Bay Lives introduces listeners to a voice drawn from the Lyme Bay community. Each week my guest will choose some things that have been important to them or influenced their life in some respect, it might be music, books, films or anything that will trigger a lively conversation and hopefully, reveal a bit more of the person they are because…..every life has a story and every story needs a life.


Lyme Bay Pirate Radio Replay with Chris Tipping 9-11pm

A massive rewind for Chris’ most recent voyage into everything HipHop.


Tuesday


100 Years in 1000 songs with Matt Boorman 1pm-2pm

Part 31 of the Lyme Bay Radio chronological journey through the most innovative, inspirational and important songs of all time takes us back to the emerging disco and punk sounds of 1976.

We will have a mixed bag of Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, The Eagles, Dillinger, Tom Petty, Kiss, The Ramones and many more in 60 minutes of time travel.

The ultimate Lyme Bay Radio playlist through the last 100 years continues…


The Folk Show Replay with Hannah Cumming 5pm-6pm

Incase you missed it, here’s another chance to catch Hannah’s show from Sunday 😊
Delve into the hugely diverse and incredible world of Folk Music with performer and Folk Musician Hannah Cumming.
Join Hannah to explore the sounds of traditional singers, instrumental music and Folk Fusion and more…
 
Artists featured include: • Fairport Convention • Spooky Men’s Chorale • Talisk • Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer • Ranagri • WöR • The Full English • John Kirkpatrick • Tim Van Eyken • Seth Lakeman • Three Penny Bit • Waterson + Carthy

  
Hidden Gems with Guy Kerr 7pm-9pm

Delve into an enchanting musical universe with the Jurassic Coast’s resident music geek, Guy Kerr. Like a musical fossil hunter, Guy will take listeners on a journey across genres and decades, unearthing lesser-known artists and tracks that might not have had the attention they deserve up till now.

Guy will focus on a different decade each week, looking at how music evolves, and the endlessly thrilling pursuit of creativity amongst artists, all trying to express the same human emotions in new and interesting ways. Hidden Gems will also touch on the social and political context of certain songs where relevant.

This week on Hidden Gems it’s a Australia Pt.2 Special! 

Take it all in from 7pm!

 


Englands Dreaming with Matt Boorman 9pm-11pm

Back to the normality this week of our 3 minute heroes from 1976-1981 with first time appearances by Punishment of Luxury, Second Layer, The Zeros, The Front, Horrorcomic, The Proles and Colin Newman.

We have some familiar classics from the era from The Jam, Squeeze, The Ruts, The Jags, XTC and the Tourists and we will feature three songs back to back from a legend from the era celebrating their 70th birthday today.

Cover 2 Cover features The Dickies and Splodgenesaabounds; and the Go 2 Extremes slot features Coventry’s finest.


Tuesdays Alright for Thrash with Max Guppy from 11pm-1am

This week we are thrashing along and looking at bass riffs that’ll knock your socks off. Featuring the works of Justin Chancellor (Tool); Chris Burton (Metallica); Pär Sundström (Sabaton) and many more! 


Wednesday


Soul Kitchen Replay with Neil Charleton from 11am-11.30am

Catch up on your Soul Kitchen session with this replay from Saturday.   Our weekly cooking and local produce show with Mark Hix & Neil Charleton.

This week they will be chatting to Lyme Regis’s youngest Scallop diver Sam Schucker. Catch them from the fisherman’s shelter on the harbour, where they will discussing everything you wanted know about this unique profession.
Where to find them ?
The sustainability of the stocks ?
and fascinatingly how the “bends” got its name ?

Tune in for a fascinatingly, informative show!


The Jayne Avery Show with Jayne Avery from 11.30am-12.00pm

Exploring all things well-being. From body image to bullying; diet to self esteem. Each show Jayne talks to a different guest about an aspect of well-being from serious to more light hearted.

As a nutritional therapist Jayne is particularly interested in today’s topic – fussy eating. Many children go through a picky or fussy eating phase, but for some it continues into adulthood. And for a section of these adults it can lead to long term ill health.

So what is fussy eating?

How can we help our children learn to enjoy new flavours and textures?

Well, Jayne’s guest today is just the person to talk to – Dr Elizabeth Roberts, a State Registered Dietitian and eating behaviour specialist with extensive healthcare experience gained over a 20+ year career in both public and private practices. She is fascinated by human appetite, how we learn to eat and what can go wrong along the way and has helped hundreds of families struggling with fussy or picky toddlers.

Dr Elizabeth Roberts has written book – Help! My Toddler is Not Eating

 
The Arts Cafe with Jo Wright from 1pm-2pm

Here with a brand new series of the Arts Cafe!  The Arts Café is an hour of colourful chat with an artist based in the Lyme Bay area. Jo Wright tals to the musicians, actors, writers, painters, poets and photographers who are either based here or just passing through.

“A quietly spoken, true English eccentric with something of a rebellious streak, Tony Stratton Smith initially charmed and blustered his way into the music business as a manager during the early 1960s and a few years later, when the record labels stopped playing by what he believed to be the rules, he simply went and formed his own – The Famous Charisma Label – and set about spinning the record business on its head.”

On today’s Arts Café, I’ll be talking to author Chris Groom about the colourful life of charismatic sports journalist, music manager and record label founder Tony Stratton Smith. Strat was a larger than life character who based his offices and business negotiations around the smoky bars of 70s Soho. Working with the era-defining names in music and comedy, Genesis, the Bonzo Dog Band and Monty Python, he was an enthusiastic supporter of the creative artists he believed in. To hear more about Strat and the music and mayhem he delighted in, tune into the Arts Cafe…don’t forget to wear your brown polyester flares for a truly immersive experience!


The Number 1s Show Replay with Matt Boorman from 2pm-4pm

Another 2 hours packed to the rim of No.1s from this week’s charts and those way back in time.

Looking back at the last 60 years of chart toppers in the UK Singles and Album chart as well as the US No.1s and the songs sitting at the top of the many current charts today.

It has made that guessing the years so much harder so get your thinking caps on and let me take you backwards and forwards visiting those big sellers,

   
The Lisa Galvani Show with Lisa Galvani 7pm-9pm

Join Lisa each Wednesday evening when she’ll be showcasing LIVE new music, meeting the artists behind the music, hearing their stories and generally having lots of fun. Also look out for Lyme Lounge sessions….

This week Lisa meets Rhys Hurd. Rhys is a Guitarist, Vocalist and Songwriter from the Southwest, UK. Known for mammouth guitar riffs and soaring choruses, Rhys’ music is a blend of Rock music from all ages with lyrics rooted in his connection to his personal life and the South West, where he grew up. Photo by Chloe Pollard.


The Rock Bar with Matt Boorman 9pm-12am

The doors are open once again for me to serve up another 3 hours of the very best in new and classic rock and metal.

I will be revealing the brand new Top 10 Rock Chart from 9.30; the Cover Version of the week is a Cranberries classic given a boost by Bad Wolves; the Onwards and Upwards is a dirty blues rock band called Gorilla Riot, and the vintage hour I am bringing up from the cellar is September 1975.

The album of the week is from New York trio MamaDoom and the band flying in from the States and joining me in the bar for a drink and a chat after 3 tracks back to back from their second album, Ash Bone Skin n Stone.

As always plenty of new and classic rock including Yungblud, Blind Channel, Seether, Iron Maiden, Jinjer, Turnstile, Enter Shikari, Tesseract, Chubby and the Gang, Tremonti, Weezer, The Bronx and loads more so get seated and I will bring the rock to you.


Thursday


Acceptable in the 80s Replay with Matt Boorman 10am-1pm

We’re going back in time twice! with the replay of Matt Boorman and his awesome Acceptable in the 80s show! Was it Acceptable in the 80s? Well it ruddy well is with Matt Boorman in charge. 

Another journey back in time to the decade of excess.

This week I will take you back to the diverse and varied end of the decade – 40 years to August 1981 with some good bad and ugly classics from The Specials, Level 42, U2, Genesis, Spandau Ballet, UB40, Duran Duran, Human League, Kim Wilde, Bad Manners and loads more.

Come back in time with me as I try to convince you the 80s was acceptable…

  
The Woodroffe Request Show with Amelia Tipping 6-7.30pm

This week on The Amelia Tipping show it is Amy Winehouse week. A show full of an amazing mixture of genres including monkey man (don’t worry we know it’s everyone’s favourite). However the show features some less popular pieces that you may have missed. Amy Winehouse was a magnificent artist and so prolific in her short time with us. So enjoy the show and don’t forget to sing along and dance as it is the radio and no one can hear or see you from home. In fact take it as an excuse to sing and dance. Enjoy.

You heard her ^ Get your dancing shoes on and sing out load like no-ones listening – you won’t regret it! 

 
Lyme Bay Pirate Radio with Chris Tipping 9-11pm

Its another House mix this week from Chris . Pt.2 of Deep House. Don’t miss out! 


Friday

 
The Breakfast Show Replay with Chris Tipping and Cleo Cobb 8-9am

Tune in at 8am to hear Friday’s new  tunes, chat and the musings of this ‘interesting’ pair. Hear our ‘song for the weekend’, catch up on your horoscope and get some motivation from our inspirational guest with this week’s Thought For The Day.


100 Years in 1000 songs Replay with Matt Boorman 1pm-2pm

Another chance to hear

Part 29 of the Lyme Bay Radio chronological journey through the most innovative, inspirational and important songs of all time takes us back to 1974-1975.

We will have the diverse sounds of Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Alice Cooper, The Sparks, Burning Spear, Queen and many more in 60 minutes of time travel.

The ultimate Lyme Bay Radio playlist through the last 100 years continues…

 

The Soul Provider with DJBJ 3pm-4pm

The Soul Provider Show focuses each week on a category or genre of soul music. This could be a famous record label, a legendary US music city, or an Artist/Writer/Production Team. Every show will feature some soul classics, rare grooves and some deep cuts from soul’s greatest singers. DJBJ also provides facts, anecdotes and personal experiences about the tracks to expand the music experience.

This weeks show is Motown 70’s. We will feature soul music produced in the dynamic changing years of 1970-1979 on the Motown label. There are rare grooves from Smokey Robinson and Martha Reeves. Deep Cuts from Marvin Gaye and Rick James. Also listen to classic tracks from new Motown artists in the 70’s such as the Jackson 5, The Commodores and Teena Marie. 

 
Acceptable in the 80s (1989) with Matt Boorman 6pm-9pm

Another journey back in time to the decade of excess.

This week I will take you back to the strange world of August 1988 with some surprisingly good tracks from Wonderstuff, Van Halen, Voice of the Beehive, Transvision Vamp, Big Country, Bomb the Bass, Aztec Camera, UB40, George Michael, Michael Jackson and loads more.

I promise to keep Stock Aitken and Waterman to a minimum.

Come back in time with me as I try to convince you the 80s was acceptable…

 
Late Night Lyme Replay with Tom Maloney 9pm-10.30pm

   
Late Night Lyme Replay with Ash Kellett 10.30pm-1am


Saturday

 
Bay Lives with Neil Charleton – 10am-11am

Bay Lives introduces listeners to a voice drawn from the Lyme Bay community. Each week my guest will choose some things that have been important to them or influenced their life in some respect, it might be music, books, films or anything that will trigger a lively conversation and hopefully, reveal a bit more of the person they are because…..every life has a story and every story needs a life.

This weeks guest is Charmouth Resident Allan Gore QC. It’s a legally obligation to listen but it will be worth it! Live at 10am!


The Arts Cafe Replay with Jo Wright from 1pm-2pm

Here with a brand new series of the Arts Cafe!  The Arts Café is an hour of colourful chat with an artist based in the Lyme Bay area. Jo Wright tals to the musicians, actors, writers, painters, poets and photographers who are either based here or just passing through.

“A quietly spoken, true English eccentric with something of a rebellious streak, Tony Stratton Smith initially charmed and blustered his way into the music business as a manager during the early 1960s and a few years later, when the record labels stopped playing by what he believed to be the rules, he simply went and formed his own – The Famous Charisma Label – and set about spinning the record business on its head.”

On today’s Arts Café, I’ll be talking to author Chris Groom about the colourful life of charismatic sports journalist, music manager and record label founder Tony Stratton Smith. Strat was a larger than life character who based his offices and business negotiations around the smoky bars of 70s Soho. Working with the era-defining names in music and comedy, Genesis, the Bonzo Dog Band and Monty Python, he was an enthusiastic supporter of the creative artists he believed in. To hear more about Strat and the music and mayhem he delighted in, tune into the Arts Cafe…don’t forget to wear your brown polyester flares for a truly immersive experience!


The Woodroffe Request Show Replay with Amelia Tipping 12.00-1.00pm

This week on The Amelia Tipping show it is Amy Winehouse week. A show full of an amazing mixture of genres including monkey man (don’t worry we know it’s everyone’s favourite). However the show features some less popular pieces that you may have missed. Amy Winehouse was a magnificent artist and so prolific in her short time with us. So enjoy the show and don’t forget to sing along and dance as it is the radio and no one can hear or see you from home. In fact take it as an excuse to sing and dance. Enjoy.

You heard her ^ Get your dancing shoes on and sing out load like no-ones listening – you won’t regret it! 

 
Studio 70’s Replay with Russ Pearce 1-2pm

So, many people have had their Covid jabs or might be having them shortly. Pubs, restaurants and events are geting back to normal; and we are all hoping the summer is a good one, with something of a return to normality. In addition, Studio 70s with Russ at 1pm on Monday 23 August is leading up to a Bank Holiday next weekend. The show this week will has two themes; the first half featuring songs and artist that reflect the season. The second half of the show will reflect a more subtle event and you’ll have to listen in to find out more. With music from Change, Al Green, The Isley Brothers, Curtis Mayfield, Tavares, The O’Jays and two songs from Stevie Wonder amongst others – we will be bringing a Bank Holiday smile to your ears!

‘Bringing a smile to your ears’ from the man Russ Pearce himself. 


The Number 1s Show with Matt Boorman from 2pm-4pm

Another 2 hours packed to the rim of No.1s from this week’s charts and those way back in time.

Looking back at the last 60 years of chart toppers in the UK Singles and Album chart as well as the US No.1s and the songs sitting at the top of the many current charts today.

It has made that guessing the years so much harder so get your thinking caps on and let me take you backwards and forwards visiting those big sellers.


Love it too the Max with Max Guppy 6pm-8pm

Dance floor faves from across the decades. Getting you hyped for your Saturday night!


The MoBo Zone with Riddim Chef 8pm-10pm

Love music, then you will love this the show that always leaves you wanting more… tonight is the replay of last weeks MoBoZoNe playing at 8pm. Diggin Deeper and Funkin’ Harder!


Late Night Lyme  with Ash Kellett and Tom Maloney 10.00pm-5am


Sunday


The Lisa Galvani Show Replay with Lisa Galvani 9am-11am

Another chance to Join Lisa as she showcases LIVE new music, meeting the artists behind the music, hearing their stories and generally having lots of fun. Also look out for Lyme Lounge sessions….


Soul Kitchen with Neil Charleton 11am-12m

Neil interviews local chef and food producers.


The Folk Show Highlights with Hannah Cumming 1pm-2pm

 

Incase you missed it, here’s another chance to catch Hannah’s show  😊Delve into the hugely diverse and incredible world of Folk Music with performer and Folk Musician Hannah Cumming.

Join Hannah to explore the sounds of traditional singers, instrumental music and Folk Fusion and more…


Naughty in the 00s with Max Guppy 3pm-4pm

 

 
Hidden Gems Replay with Guy Kerr 5pm-7pm

Another chance to delve into an enchanting musical universe with the Jurassic Coast’s resident music geek, Guy Kerr. Like a musical fossil hunter, Guy will take listeners on a journey across genres and decades, unearthing lesser-known artists and tracks that might not have had the attention they deserve up till now.

Guy will focus on a different decade each week, looking at how music evolves, and the endlessly thrilling pursuit of creativity amongst artists, all trying to express the same human emotions in new and interesting ways. Hidden Gems will also touch on the social and political context of certain songs where relevant.


The MoBo Zone Replay with Riddim Chef 7pm-9pm

Love music, then you will love this the show that always leaves you wanting more… tonight is the replay of last weeks MoBo zone playing at 7pm.


The Rock Bar Replay with Matt Boorman 9pm-12am

A replay from Matts Rock Bar from Wednesday evening.

The doors are open once again for me to serve up another 3 hours of the very best in new and classic rock and metal.

I will be revealing the brand new Top 10 Rock Chart from 9.30; the Cover Version of the week is an atmospheric 90s classic covered by Corey Taylor and his Stone Sour; the Onwards and Upwards is some concise 80s based rock from Shotgun Mistress, and the vintage I am bringing up from the cellar and throughout August is celebrating the history of Monster of Rock festival in Donington throughout the 80s as we spotlight the festivals from 1987 and 1988.

The album of the week is from Kentucky’s Southern Alternative band Mojothunder and the chaps will be joining me in the bar for a drink and a chat after 3 tracks back to back from their debut album, Hymns from the Electric Church.

As always plenty of new and classic rock including Motley Crue, Hot Damn, The Dead Deads, 45AcidBabies, Casket, Halestorm, Sepultura and loads more so get seated and I will bring the rock to you.