Jul
16
Tue
Classic Country with Pat O’Carroll
Jul 16 @ 23:00 – Jul 17 @ 01:00
Classic Country with Pat O’Carroll

Pat presents his weekly show from Bingham House in Cirencester.

Jul
17
Wed
Oxlands All Sorts
Jul 17 @ 01:30 – 02:00
Oxlands All Sorts

Rowland grew up in Dagenham, Essex listening to The Beatles and at the age of thirteen formed a band with close friend Stevie Shears. The pair were often seen at the Dagenham Roundhouse taking in the huge variety of music on offer at the time. For budding musicians this was a fabulous education.
Stevie went on to play guitar with Ultravox and Rowland became a founder member of Gloria Mundi and played bass guitar with the band. Then called Ice, audiences described him as enigmatic. Rowland still has a large appetite for music, both old and new, a sampling of which can be heard on his programme, OXLAND’S ALL SORTS.

Somewhere Else Writers presents
Jul 17 @ 02:00 – 02:30
Somewhere Else Writers presents

Cirencester based Somewhere Else Writers Group

The Chris Martin Eclectic Radio Show
Jul 17 @ 04:00 – 05:00
The Chris Martin Eclectic Radio Show

Each week a different theme for the music in the show ranging from a certain word in the title to whatever I can dream up, taking you on a Magical Musical Mystery Tour to remember ‘the good old times’ & thoughts of ‘what tomorrow may bring’.

Teague Time with Shirley Teague
Jul 17 @ 05:00 – 06:00
Teague Time with Shirley Teague

Shirley dusts off her record collection to bring you the tunes of yesterday. Some familiar ones and some you’ll be surprised with!

Di’s British Isles Folk Music
Jul 17 @ 06:00 – 07:00
Di’s British Isles Folk Music

Dianne Smith, who sings and plays guitar with the local folk band, the Ever Expanding Band, presents a programme rooted in folk music from the British Isles

Corinium Classics: Yes, there’s much more to classical… (Repeat)
Jul 17 @ 09:00 – 10:00

Presented by Andrew Hodges, our Cirencester-based composer, violinist and coach, this latest programme asks the question: “Did classical composers ever get ill?”

When you’re listening to the beautiful sounds of a classical piece of music do you ever think about the kind of illnesses the composer might have had?  Some had severe pain most of their lives. Others suffered deafness.  And yet despite this they managed to write exquisite concertos, symphonies and opera.  Andrew will be playing the music of Wagner, Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart, Vivaldi, Gershwin and Delius and letting you into a few secrets about their health. You’ll find it inspiring!

Today’s “Corinium Classics”, presented by Andrew Hodges, is a musical mix of the past and the present with a distinctly classical flavour.  Andrew’s aim is to make classical music much more accessible to everyone. There’s more about it here on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeZ4ymCygug

 

The Writers Room (R)
Jul 17 @ 10:00 – 10:30
The Writers Room (R)

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio.

The Writers Room (R)
Jul 17 @ 10:30 – 11:00
The Writers Room (R)

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio. This is a repeat of last week’s programme.

Fred On the Radio (Repeat)
Jul 17 @ 11:00 – 13:00
Another chance to hear Fred’s weekly programme with an eclectic mix of music, new and interesting chat.
Lady She and Friends
Jul 17 @ 13:00 – 14:00
Lady She and Friends

Lady She presents a show with vintage music and interesting guests.

Classic Country with Pat O’Carroll (Repeat)
Jul 17 @ 15:00 – 17:00

Pat presents his weekly show from Bingham House in Cirencester.

Classic Music Hour with Pat O’Carroll
Jul 17 @ 19:00 – 20:00

Pat plays popular pieces of classical music on Corinium Radio.

The Running Academic (Repeat)
Jul 17 @ 21:00 – 21:30

Jamie joins Corinium Radio to present a new show combining his love of running and academia.

Oxlands All Sorts (R)
Jul 17 @ 21:30 – 22:00
Oxlands All Sorts (R)

Rowland grew up in Dagenham, Essex listening to The Beatles and at the age of thirteen formed a band with close friend Stevie Shears. The pair were often seen at the Dagenham Roundhouse taking in the huge variety of music on offer at the time. For budding musicians this was a fabulous education.
Stevie went on to play guitar with Ultravox and Rowland became a founder member of Gloria Mundi and played bass guitar with the band. Then called Ice, audiences described him as enigmatic. Rowland still has a large appetite for music, both old and new, a sampling of which can be heard on his programme, OXLAND’S ALL SORTS.

JJ’s All-New Music Show
Jul 17 @ 22:00 – 23:00

JJ Kane plays all new music from unsigned bands.

The Writers Room
Jul 17 @ 23:00 – 23:30
The Writers Room

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio.

The Writers Room
Jul 17 @ 23:30 – Jul 18 @ 00:00
The Writers Room

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio. This is a repeat of last weeks programme

Jul
18
Thu
Fred On the Radio
Jul 18 @ 00:00 – 02:00
Fred On the Radio

Join Fred for an eclectic mix of music, interesting chat, and Fred’s take on the day’s events.

Lady She & Friends
Jul 18 @ 02:00 – 03:00
Lady She & Friends

Lady She presents a show with vintage music and interesting guests.

Classic Country with Pat O’Carroll
Jul 18 @ 03:00 – 05:00
Classic Country with Pat O’Carroll

Pat presents his weekly show from Bingham House in Cirencester.

An Hour with the U3A
Jul 18 @ 06:00 – 07:00

Cirencester U3A’s Radio Group broadcast each month on Corinium Radio. The programme showcases the 40 plus activity and interest groups provided by Cirencester U3A through a mix of interviews and music, and provides a look ahead to upcoming speakers and events.

Wandering Minstrels with Jared Ingersol (Repeat)
Jul 18 @ 10:00 – 12:00

A new two hour folk program hosted by Jared Ingersol, spotlighting a wide variety of folk music from the traditional, to the contemporary, to the cutting edge; all its offshoots and branches – music from all around the world.

The Chris Martin Eclectic Radio Show (R)
Jul 18 @ 13:00 – 14:00
The Chris Martin Eclectic Radio Show (R)

Each week a different theme for the music in the show ranging from a certain word in the title to whatever I can dream up, taking you on a Magical Musical Mystery Tour to remember ‘the good old times’ & thoughts of ‘what tomorrow may bring’.

An Hour with the U3A
Jul 18 @ 14:00 – 15:00

Cirencester U3A’s Radio Group broadcast each month on Corinium Radio. The programme showcases the 40 plus activity and interest groups provided by Cirencester U3A through a mix of interviews and music, and provides a look ahead to upcoming speakers and events.

Stage & Screen, Big & Small With Shirley Teague (R)
Jul 18 @ 15:00 – 16:00
Stage & Screen, Big & Small With Shirley Teague (R)

Musicals, Movies and television music imprint on our lives much more than we imagine. A time, a place, a memory?
Share an hour of magic here as Shirley takes you on musical mystery ride.

Corinium Classics: Yes, there’s much more to classical… (Repeat)
Jul 18 @ 16:00 – 17:00

Presented by Andrew Hodges, our Cirencester-based composer, violinist and coach, this latest programme asks the question: “Did classical composers ever get ill?”

When you’re listening to the beautiful sounds of a classical piece of music do you ever think about the kind of illnesses the composer might have had?  Some had severe pain most of their lives. Others suffered deafness.  And yet despite this they managed to write exquisite concertos, symphonies and opera.  Andrew will be playing the music of Wagner, Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart, Vivaldi, Gershwin and Delius and letting you into a few secrets about their health. You’ll find it inspiring!

Today’s “Corinium Classics”, presented by Andrew Hodges, is a musical mix of the past and the present with a distinctly classical flavour.  Andrew’s aim is to make classical music much more accessible to everyone. There’s more about it here on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeZ4ymCygug

 

TeaTime Tales presents A Life in Shorts with Pam Keevil
Jul 18 @ 17:30 – 18:00
TeaTime Tales presents A Life in Shorts with Pam Keevil

A Life in Shorts is a series of short stories or Flash Fiction. Each month will have a seasonal theme e.g. January has to include resolutions, the sales and those super organised women who buy their Christmas cards and decorations, not to mention birthday presents in the sales. A Life in Shorts will also include some information about the month – where the name came from, traditions etc.

Lisa the Story Wizard
Jul 18 @ 18:00 – 19:00
Lisa the Story Wizard

Join Lisa the Story Wizard for a show filled with stories and tales, both traditional, mythological & modern interpretations, for the young & the young at heart!

Charlie’s Jazz Picks
Jul 18 @ 19:00 – 20:00
Charlie's Jazz Picks

Charles Stevens plays jazz music of all styles from across the decades.

The Writers Room (R)
Jul 18 @ 22:00 – 22:30
The Writers Room (R)

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio.

The Writers Room (R)
Jul 18 @ 22:30 – 23:00
The Writers Room (R)

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio. This is a repeat of last week’s programme.

Musical Deckchairs
Jul 18 @ 23:00 – Jul 19 @ 00:00
Musical Deckchairs

Come with us on a musical journey from one ‘deckchair to another’.

Jul
19
Fri
An Hour with the U3A
Jul 19 @ 00:00 – 01:00

Cirencester U3A’s Radio Group broadcast each month on Corinium Radio. The programme showcases the 40 plus activity and interest groups provided by Cirencester U3A through a mix of interviews and music, and provides a look ahead to upcoming speakers and events.

Stage & Screen, Big & Small With Shirley Teague
Jul 19 @ 02:00 – 03:00
Stage & Screen, Big & Small With Shirley Teague

Musicals, Movies and television music imprint on our lives much more than we imagine. A time, a place, a memory? Share an hour of magic here as Shirley takes you on musical mystery ride.

TeaTime Tales presents A Life in Shorts with Pam Keevil
Jul 19 @ 02:00 – 02:30
TeaTime Tales presents A Life in Shorts with Pam Keevil

A Life in Shorts is a series of short stories or Flash Fiction. Each month will have a seasonal theme e.g. January has to include resolutions, the sales and those super organised women who buy their Christmas cards and decorations, not to mention birthday presents in the sales. A Life in Shorts will also include some information about the month – where the name came from, traditions etc.

The Running Academic (Repeat)
Jul 19 @ 02:30 – 03:00

Jamie joins Corinium Radio to present a new show combining his love of running and academia.

Charlie’s Jazz Picks
Jul 19 @ 03:00 – 04:00
Charlie’s Jazz Picks

Join Charles Stevens as he plays jazz that’s familiar and also not-so-familiar…

The Writers Room
Jul 19 @ 06:00 – 06:30
The Writers Room

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio.

The Writers Room
Jul 19 @ 06:30 – 07:00
The Writers Room

Rona Laycock in conversation with local creative writers who share their work on Corinium Radio. This is a repeat of last weeks programme.

Teague Time with Shirley Teague (R)
Jul 19 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Teague Time with Shirley Teague (R)

Shirley dusts off her record collection to bring you the tunes of yesterday.
Some familiar ones and some you’ll be surprised with!

Di’s British Isles Folk Music (R)
Jul 19 @ 11:00 – 12:00
Di's British Isles Folk Music (R)

Dianne Smith, who sings and plays guitar with the local folk band, the Ever Expanding Band, presents a programme rooted in folk music from the British Isles

 

This programme is available on Listen Again

The Missing Link
Jul 19 @ 15:00 – 16:00
The Missing Link

“A health show looking at the problems humans and animals get, and how they can be helped by osteopathy. Tony Nevin links conditions and treatment approaches as he introduces the people and animals he meets through his work. From golf players to the last circus elephant, he sees them all.”

 

Podcast Live with Kate (Repeat)
Jul 19 @ 16:00 – 18:00
Podcast Live with Kate (Repeat)

Join Kate for her monthly music and lifestyle show aimed at those aged between 18 and 30, featuring a mix of contemporary and classic tracks as well as discussion of lifestyle topics, an interview and events.

PLEASE NOTE:- THIS IS A REPEAT OF KATE’S LIVE SHOW, PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO ANY REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SHOW

Classic Country with Pat O’Carroll
Jul 19 @ 18:00 – 20:00

Pat presents his weekly show from Bingham House in Cirencester.

The Dad and Daughter Show
Jul 19 @ 21:00 – 22:00

Colin and Tabitha present their music. Her taste is awful and his is over the hill.

JJ’s All-New Music Show (Repeat)
Jul 19 @ 22:00 – 23:00

JJ Kane plays all new music from unsigned bands.

Teague Time with Shirley Teague
Jul 19 @ 23:00 – Jul 20 @ 00:00
Teague Time with Shirley Teague

Shirley dusts off her record collection to bring you the tunes of yesterday. Some familiar ones and some you’ll be surprised with!

Jul
20
Sat
Di’s British Isles Folk Music
Jul 20 @ 00:00 – 01:00
Di’s British Isles Folk Music

Dianne Smith, who sings and plays guitar with the local folk band, the Ever Expanding Band, presents a programme rooted in folk music from the British Isles

Podcast Live with Kate (R)
Jul 20 @ 04:00 – 06:00
Podcast Live with Kate (R)

Join Kate for her monthly music and lifestyle show aimed at those aged between 18 and 30, featuring a mix of contemporary and classic tracks as well as discussion of lifestyle topics, an interview and events.
PLEASE NOTE:- THIS IS A REPEAT OF A LIVE SHOW, PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO ANY REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SHOW