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BBC Radio 4,

RTE Radio 1 Irish,

Radio Ulster

Saga Radio

&

Classic FM
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right now WINY 1350 AM RAdio. :-6
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BBC Radio 2, El Tel (Terry Wogan) Brilliant!

Steve Wright in the afternoon, i love the old woman & ask Elvis.
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I listen online to this station.........
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bit of a mix really

capital (but i get annoyed with the lack of music played)

radio 1 (but i get annoyed with all the guitary music they play, feeder and snow patrol etc one or two tracks is brilliant but after a while it all just becomes noise)

kiss



but the one i really love and normally make my other half have on in the car - magic - brilliant radio station, anyone else out there ever listen to it?
life is what you make it





my boyfriend just proposed to me (05/05/05) and im blissfully happy!! :-4 im engaged!! i have a fiance!! :-4



um..... well thats a bit out of date! im married now! and married life is the best thing in the entire world! with my husband by side my life is complete



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Classic Gold (old music); Virgin (pop music); 2-CR-FM (local station); 5-Live (news & sport), 4 ("heavier" stuff!); Classic-FM (classical music); 2 (MoR I TOTALLY AGREE WITH ALL YOU SAID, ABBEy!); Wave, Flame, other independents. nEVER listen to Radio 1!
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john8pies wrote: nEVER listen to Radio 1!
i very rarely do now, i think the DJ's have all become really up themselves and like i said im bored of the music they play



tbh i only put them on if capital kiss and magic have nothing on!
life is what you make it





my boyfriend just proposed to me (05/05/05) and im blissfully happy!! :-4 im engaged!! i have a fiance!! :-4



um..... well thats a bit out of date! im married now! and married life is the best thing in the entire world! with my husband by side my life is complete



:-4
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abbey wrote: BBC Radio 2, El Tel (Terry Wogan) Brilliant!

Steve Wright in the afternoon, i love the old woman & ask Elvis.
when is terry on?
life is what you make it





my boyfriend just proposed to me (05/05/05) and im blissfully happy!! :-4 im engaged!! i have a fiance!! :-4



um..... well thats a bit out of date! im married now! and married life is the best thing in the entire world! with my husband by side my life is complete



:-4
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Q107FM

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pink princess wrote: when is terry on?7.30-9.30 am, Mon- Fri :guitarist
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I listen online to www.saga.co.uk

Listen while you surf, every afternoon on Saga
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capt_buzzard wrote: BBC Radio 4,

RTE Radio 1 Irish,

Radio Ulster

Saga Radio

&

Classic FM




96.10 FM--------Cooool Jazz
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Yeah Minks, Oldies Rock! Best when cruising along back and forth to work. :driving:
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I'm hooked on XMRadio. Commercial free, 500 stations. It obsoletes commercial radio & CD's.
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pink princess wrote: when is terry on?When does he get his MBE?
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Just found this old thread....I listen to Radio Five Live....no music just News and Sport ....there are music, film , theatre reviews etc. One big drawback....Nicky Campbell on the early morning slot !

So much sport has moved to digital now....rip of...

I like the live sports commentarys...They cover all the big events.....the guys put a lot of effort into explaining the rules and describing the action. The big advantage is that I can listen and visit FG at the same time. I watch very little TV nowadays.







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I used to listen to the radio all the time until it broke, and has never been fixed since. Only really listen to CD's now and even then that's rare.
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scuse me Chris...you don't have to reply to ALL the threads just to ramp your posts up ....he he :sneaky:
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Bez wrote: scuse me Chris...you don't have to reply to ALL the threads just to ramp your posts up ....he he :sneaky:


:yh_shhhh Don't go around telling porkies like that :wah:
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chrisb84uk wrote: I used to listen to the radio all the time until it broke, and has never been fixed since. Only really listen to CD's now and even then that's rare.


What did you listen to on the radio then ? (before it broke)

What CDs do you listen to ?
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Bez wrote: What did you listen to on the radio then ? (before it broke)

What CDs do you listen to ?


Well I used to listen to our local Wyvern radio station as it played some pretty good songs most of the time, (had a lot of ads mind u which was a bit of a pain.) I also listened occasionally to Radio 1 and the sport dedicated channel, (I believe it was called Talksport.)

Now though I listen to my Mike Oldfield CD's, (you've probably never heard of him, but he does musical numbers such as Tubular Bells.) I also have a collection of songs that are taken from the game track off Grand Theft Auto, which contains lots of really good 80's and 90's songs. My personal favourite is Toto's Africa - love that song!!

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STAR 102.5 KKRL 93.7 and of course a lot of KJJY Country..Kenny Chesney! Ohh How I love him!:-4


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I listen to Radio Five Live for the news, sport and discussions and If I fancy a bit of music it's Daniel Beddingfield, katie Meluah, G4....I also like Queen, Ricky Martin, Billy Joel.When I was a teenager, I liked Elvis Presley and the Beatles.

If I'm in a mellow mood...I light the Incense sticks and relax to Clannad, Enya, Sacred Spirit....that kind of stuff
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Forgot to say.....Totos Africa...brilliant
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being a far western uncouth American,it's country western all the way with this chicklet...Two stations in the area...Oh yeah!
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The only time I listen to the radio is early AM and in the car, and then, it's

a station that plays Cool Jazz.
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Nuthrday wrote: being a far western uncouth American,it's country western all the way with this chicklet...Two stations in the area...Oh yeah!


My 'other half' adores country and Western.....Willy Nelson, Hank Locklin, Waylon Jennings etc. Johnny Cash is his HERO...



I like the songs of Patsy Cline
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Bez wrote: Forgot to say.....Totos Africa...brilliant


Indeed it is a lovely song. Here are the lyrics for anyone foolish enough to not know it!!

Toto - Africa



I hear the drums echoing tonight

But she hears only whispers of some quiet conversation

She’s coming in 12:30 flight

The moonlit wings reflect the stars that guide me towards salvation

I stopped an old man along the way

Hoping to find some long forgotten words or ancient melodies

He turned to me as if to say, hurry boy, it’s waiting there for you

Chorus:

It’s gonna take a lot to drag me away from you

There’s nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do

I bless the rains down in africa

Gonna take some time to do the things we never had

The wild dogs cry out in the night

As they grow restless longing for some solitary company

I know that I must do what’s right

Sure as kilimanjaro rises like olympus above the serengeti

I seek to cure what’s deep inside, frightened of this thing that I’ve become

Chorus

(instrumental break)

Hurry boy, she’s waiting there for you

It’s gonna take a lot to drag me away from you

There’s nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do

I bless the rains down in africa, I bless the rains down in africa

I bless the rains down in africa, I bless the rains down in africa

I bless the rains down in africa

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Radio 2

radio scotland-celtic connections et al

river fm

forth fm

real radio

central fm

classic fm

Depends what kind of mood I'm in and the time-I am driving around quite a lot.

When I get fed up being stuck in an edinbirgh traffic jam I tune ib to radio two to get the traffic reports. Once I stop laughing about the M25 where I am doesn't seem so bad, usd to lie in London so I know where they are`talking about.
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I forgot to put Classic FM on my list...good if you're in a traffic jam..
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Has to be Fresh Radio, from the yorkshire dales, England

(hence Fresh Chick)

You can check it out at www.freshradio@hotmail.co.uk

it's a great station, like one big happy family with plenty more room for new comers too :-6

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Fresh Chick wrote: Has to be Fresh Radio, from the yorkshire dales, England

(hence Fresh Chick)



You can check it out at www.freshradio@hotmail.co.uk



it's a great station, like one big happy family with plenty more room for new comers too :-6



Fresh Chick x


Hi chick and welcome...you're sure to have fun here.

I couldn't get you link to work, but i'm sure it's a great station
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Thank You so much for your kind welcome... Cheers..

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Not mainstream for sure, cant stand hyped up cd jays. Driving from one end of the country and back several times will give you a very clear picture of the destruction Clear Channel has caused by buying up the entire market. Once in awhile you can find pockets of local community radio still doing obscure blues, jazz, whatever but their signal is usually weak.

So I download and burn mixes, Ive got so many cd s in my car I dont know where to keep them but at least I have a wide variety of music you cant hear on the radio.

If I do listen its usually smooth jazz but their song list is a repeating cycle as well.
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That's a good point, but if you ever get the chance to listen to Fresh then you will see that they are different...

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Bez wrote: My 'other half' adores country and Western.....Willy Nelson, Hank Locklin, Waylon Jennings etc. Johnny Cash is his HERO...



I like the songs of Patsy Cline
Oh jeez, don't let Wolverine know you like Patsy...he's got an Opinion... I love c/w, but also really enjoy jazz, tho there's not much to listen to on the radio in my area...very neat stuff.
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Radio on regular airwaves....yuck. :yh_eyerol

I listen to AOL Radio... :) Its free, and I can listen to it non-stop
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