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Monday 25th September

Non-Stop Music

12am - 7am: Non-Stop Music with Bolton FM


Your favourite songs, your favourite artists from the last fifty years taking you through to the Bolton FM breakfast show.


7am - 9am: Breakfast with John Entwistle


Join John every morning from 7am for The Breakfast Show. All the songs you all love and the top hits from today! Plus Retro Number One at 7.45 Traffic and travel, and all the latest news from your town and around the world.


9am - 11am: Mid Mornings with Big 'H'


Big H is here with two hours of fun music and entertainment. Hits and Headlines kicks off the show where all the songs are from one year and Big H will give you clues from the news and all you have to do is guess the year. Then at ten it is an hour of Big H's top tunes and the latest showbiz gossip.


11am - 1pm: This is Bolton with Rob Hodson


Rob in for Kevan. Join him as he takes a look into the day's local and national topics.


1pm - 3pm: Afternoons with Chris Hajdar


Join Chris for local news chat and great music.


3pm - 6pm: Drivetime with Jim Bailey


Local news, weather and traffic with a fantastic selection of music.


6pm - 7pm: The Country Music Show with Paddy Johnson


Join Paddy for a great collection of country classics and lesser known gems from a wide variety of fantastic musicians.


7pm - 8pm: The Classical Show with Tony Bridge


Tony brings you an hour of music from across the whole classical spectrum, both old and new.


8pm - 10pm: Monday Night Jazz with Terry Butterworth


Join Terry each Monday evening as he plays two hours of the finest Jazz music, with informative chat and live interviews with people from the local jazz scene.


The AAA Rock Show + David Bowie Special

10pm - 12am: The AAA Rock Show + David Bowie Special with Alan and Andrew


Join Andrew and Alan on the AAA Rock Show who, along with the usual great music, will be delighting you with a four part series, 'David Bowie, the Early Years', starting at 11pm on Monday 18th September. Please join us for a tribute to one of the greatest artists of all time. He was an enigmatic genius who brought us some of the greatest music every written. From 1963 until his death in 2016 he surprised us, delighted us and challenged us. His final album, Blackstar was released just two days before he died of liver cancer. He lived and died for his art. He was Ziggy Stardust and the Thin White Duke. With sales of around 140 million albums, he was also one of the world's best selling artists. For those about to rock, we salute you!


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