Radio Brockley celebrated its Golden Anniversary - that's 50 years. To celebrate, we broadcast some special programmes every Sunday in September, and over the birthday weekend of 1/2 October.

Sunday, 4th September

12.00 am Normal Programmes

12.00 pm Track Record

KEITH REEVE presents carefully selected tracks, which have been released or featured in Radio Brockley's 50 years of broadcasting.

2.00 pm Barry's Variety Mix

A special edition of BARRY REYNAUD's show, featuring all sorts of music from the golden era of the 30s, 40s and 50s.

3.00 pm Dance Yourself Dizzy

GRAHAM RICH and JUDY DE HELLNER bring you the greatest disco and R 'n' B hits.

5.00 pm Take Five

DAVID RAUCH hosts this light-hearted game show, live from the wards. All you have to do is identify five items related to the subject given by David. But, they have to be the items on David's list. You can have as many guesses as you like in 30 seconds.

6.00 pm Kids Aloud

A whole hour of requests from the Adolescent Unit and Coxon Ward, with JACK GIBBS and MOLLY TOWNSON.

7.00 pm The Story of Radio Brockley

MOLLY TOWNSON brings you Part One - "The Birth of Radio Brockley".

7.30 pm Bedside Bingo

Live from the wards, DAVID RAUCH, Radio Brockley's longest-serving member, introduces the regular Sunday Night favourite, and our longest-running show. Be first to cross off the numbers, and win the goodies.

8.00 pm The Sunday Request Show

KEITH REEVE with the Sunday request slot, a whole hour of your choice of music.

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Sunday, 11th September - Duos and Double Acts

12.00 am Normal Programmes

12.00 pm The 60s Hour

RON LAVER kicks of our romp through the highs and lows of the decades.

1.00 pm The 70s Hour

MARTIN GOLD and MARGE WALKER take you back to the period of glam rock.

2.00 pm The 80s Hour

JEREMY and SHELLI LEVENE introduce the music of the 1980s.

3.00 pm The 90s Hour

ALAN and EMMA JOYCE are your hosts for a look back to the end of the 20th century.

4.00 pm The 00s Hour

EMILY COLEBROOK and TIM POOLE cover the first decade of this century.

5.00 pm The Alpha Sessions

EMMA JOYCE brings you live music from Lucy Zirins and Maya Wolff in this anniversary special.

6.00 pm Kids Aloud

A whole hour of requests from the Adolescent Unit and Coxon Ward, with MOLLY TOWNSON and GRAHAM RICH.

7.00 pm The Story of Radio Brockley

MOLLY TOWNSON brings you Part Two - "The Early Years".

7.30 pm Bedside Bingo

Live from the wards, DAVID RAUCH, Radio Brockley's longest-serving member, introduces the regular Sunday Night favourite, and our longest-running show. Be first to cross off the numbers, and win the goodies.

8.00 pm The Sunday Request Show

DANIEL GEE returns with the Sunday request slot, a whole hour of your choice of music.

9.00 pm Normal Programmes 


Sunday, 18th September - Return of the Noughties

12.00 am Normal Programmes

12.00 pm The Noughties Hour

JOHNNY SIEFERT and ROCHELLE WHITE return to play the pick of music from the first decade of the 21st century.

1.00 pm Soundtracks

PRIYANKA PATEL brings you music from the movies.

2.00 pm Music Travels

Take part in the virtual tour around the world of music with DANIEL EDWARD.

3.00 pm Pick 'n' Mix

The title says it all. With CARINA BOWERS.

4.00 pm The Remedy

NAOMI RICHMAN takes a look at music therapy for different cultures and religions. With guest interviews.

5.00 pm The Alpha Sessions

EMMA JOYCE brings you live music from Héllena and Martin Buchanan in this anniversary special.

6.00 pm Kids Aloud

A whole hour of requests from the Adolescent Unit and Coxon Ward, with MOKSH SHARMA and DHRUV PATEL.

7.00 pm The Story of Radio Brockley

MOLLY TOWNSON brings you Part Three - "The 70s and 80s".

7.30 pm Bedside Bingo

Live from the wards, DAVID RAUCH, Radio Brockley's longest-serving member, introduces the regular Sunday Night favourite, and our longest-running show. Be first to cross off the numbers, and win the goodies.

8.00 pm The Sunday Request Show

KEITH REEVE with the Sunday request slot, a whole hour of your choice of music.

9.00 pm Normal Programmes 


Sunday, 25th September - Back to the Nineties

12.00 am Normal Programmes

12.00 pm The Return of the Fabulous Tuesday Team

RON LAVER, STEVE MITCHELL, SUE WESTON and PAUL WILLIAMSON are back, for one time only, on a Sunday?

2.00 pm Pick 'n' Mix

ALAN JOYCE and NATALIE DAVEY offer a selection of music and trivia, as well as celebrating some celebrity birthdays.

2.30 pm Way Back When

ALAN JOYCE and ELAINE CAYLESS look back at a mystery year. Can you guess it from the music and news clues?

3.00 pm The Now and Then Show

PAUL JOYCE and JOE LEMER feature their "cover or classic" spot, and the UK Top 40 Rundown.

4.00 pm Star Profiles

The story and music of a star, brought to you by MARTIN GOLD.

5.00 pm The Alpha Sessions

EMMA JOYCE brings you live music from Laura Williams and Katharine Rose in this anniversary special.

6.00 pm Kids Aloud

A whole hour of requests from the Adolescent Unit and Coxon Ward, with EMMA O'CONNOR and DIVEENA NANTHAKUMARAN.

7.00 pm The Story of Radio Brockley

MOLLY TOWNSON brings you Part Four - "The 90s and 00s".

7.30 pm Bedside Bingo

Live from the wards, DAVID RAUCH, Radio Brockley's longest-serving member, introduces the regular Sunday Night favourite, and our longest-running show. Be first to cross off the numbers, and win the goodies.

8.00 pm The Sunday Request Show

KEITH REEVE with the Sunday request slot, a whole hour of your choice of music.

9.00 pm Normal Programmes 


Saturday, 1st October - The Golden Anniversary Weekend

12.00 am Normal Programmes

9.00 am The Music and Memories of 1966

RON LAVER tells us what was happening in the year that Radio Brockley started.

10.00 am Record Roulette

DAVID RAUCH will be up in the wards, speaking to patients, and asking them to choose some music. However, instead of picking a song, they get to pick a number, and we play that tune from our library. No-one knows what's coming!

11.00 am The All-Time Request Chart Part One

KEITH REEVE and EMILY COLEBROOK start the rundown of the most popular records and artists requested by patients at the RNOH.

1.00 pm Too Good To Be Trew

ADRIAN TREW revives his popular programme from the 70s and 80s.

2.00 pm Golden Anniversary Celebrations

Founder members BARRY COBDEN and IAN DOWNS join in the celebrations.

4.00 pm Jon Kaye Today

JON KAYE has a mix of music and interviews, with special guests Juliet Mann and Simon Conway, former members and broadcast journalists. Jon will also be joined by Kezia Racher, a trained counsellor, who will be talking about allergies.

6.00 pm From The Vaults

GARRY CARTER is here to unearth some great music for you.

7.00 pm The Golden Anniversary Requests Bonanza

A bumper bundle of requests, hosted by JUDY DE HELLNER and guests.

9.00 pm Normal Programmes 


Sunday, 2nd October - The Golden Anniversary Itself!

12.00 am Normal Programmes

9.00 am The Birth of Radio Brockley

The founder members tell us how it all started, back in 1966.

10.00 am Radio Brockley's Birth Chart Show

What records were the hits on the day Radio Brockley started? DARREN HARTE has the answers.

11.00 am The All-Time Request Chart Part Two

MANDY LESTER and JULIE SANDER complete the rundown of the most popular records and artists requested by patients at the RNOH.

1.00 pm RB's Golden Celebration

JUNE SNOWDEN, BARRY COBDEN, MIKE SHELTON and other guests look back to the start, and forward to the future of Radio Brockley.

4.00 pm The Alpha Sessions

EMMA JOYCE brings you live music from Lloyd Llewellyn, Emi McDade and Steve Young in this anniversary special.

6.00 pm Kids Aloud

A whole hour of requests from the Adolescent Unit and Coxon Ward, with JACK GIBBS and GRAHAM RICH.

7.00 pm The Story of Radio Brockley

MOLLY TOWNSON brings you Part Five - "The Golden Era".

7.30 pm Bedside Bingo

Live from the wards, DAVID RAUCH, Radio Brockley's longest-serving member, introduces the regular Sunday Night favourite, and our longest-running show. Be first to cross off the numbers, and win the goodies.

8.00 pm The Sunday Request Show

KEITH REEVE with the Sunday request slot, a whole hour of your choice of music.

9.00 pm Normal Programmes