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SUNDAY 9TH AUGUST

12am - 7am

Non-Stop Music

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

7am - 10am

Weekend Breakfast
Andy Haslam

The perfect way to start your day.Local news on the half hour.The best in music mixed with local events happening across Bolton. Get the day off to a fine start with Andy Haslam. Come on......you know it makes sense.

10am - 11am

Sunday Mid Morning
Rachel Darné

Join Rachel as she gets you through the morning.

11am - 12pm

Prayers for Bolton
Rev. Ian Smart and Sue Snowden

More Prayers for Bolton, our weekly act of worship, which will be hosted once again by Ian and Sue from Harwood Methodist Church. They will lead listeners through a selection of worship, hymns, songs, prayers, readings and reflections. It is a chance for you to be able to worship at home, and to raise your voices in praise with others from around the Bolton Family.

12pm - 2pm

The Decades
Andy Wilkinson

Andy brings you two hours of classic hits from your favourite decades .

2pm - 4pm

Film on Sunday
Alex Gilston

Join Alex as he brings you all of the Film gossip you can handle, his review of the week! Anything that you don't know about film after this hour of radio isn't worth knowing!

4pm - 6pm

Sundae Servings
Jayne Hinton

Today's show is packed full of the latest alt and indie releases from Porij (one of two Recommended Tracks this week!), Jayda G, Willie J Healey, Hoops, Liela Moss and Songhoy Blues, classics from Massive Attack, Chapterhouse, Blondie and The Beat, there is Bonobo's remix of Michael Kiwanuka's song Final Days, and the Battle Of The Artists is between two popsters (just for a change!) so head to the Bolton FM twitter page or Bolton FM Sundae Servings Facebook page to vote - it's between Taylor Swift vs Dua Lipa

6pm - 7pm

The Spirit of Bolton
Sylvia and Tony Bridge

7pm - 10pm

The 70's Show
Neil Wilkinson

Hour 3 this week is a retrospective of 'Station to Station' by David Bowie. As usual in Hour 1 & 2, Neil will be playing you the best and most eclectic music from the most diverse musical decade EVER!

10pm - 12am

The Weekend Wind Down
Andy Openshaw

2 hours of your requests and easy listening music to help ease you out of the weekend.

12am - 7am

Non-Stop Music

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

7am - 10am

Weekend Breakfast
Andy Haslam

The perfect way to start your day.Local news on the half hour.The best in music mixed with local events happening across Bolton. Get the day off to a fine start with Andy Haslam. Come on......you know it makes sense.

10am - 11am

Sunday Mid Morning
Rachel Darné

Join Rachel as she gets you through the morning.

11am - 12pm

Prayers for Bolton
Rev. Ian Smart and Sue Snowden

More Prayers for Bolton, our weekly act of worship, which will be hosted once again by Ian and Sue from Harwood Methodist Church. They will lead listeners through a selection of worship, hymns, songs, prayers, readings and reflections. It is a chance for you to be able to worship at home, and to raise your voices in praise with others from around the Bolton Family.

12pm - 2pm

The Decades
Andy Wilkinson

Andy brings you two hours of classic hits from your favourite decades .

2pm - 4pm

Film on Sunday
Alex Gilston

Join Alex as he brings you all of the Film gossip you can handle, his review of the week! Anything that you don't know about film after this hour of radio isn't worth knowing!

4pm - 6pm

Sundae Servings
Jayne Hinton

Today's show is packed full of the latest alt and indie releases from Porij (one of two Recommended Tracks this week!), Jayda G, Willie J Healey, Hoops, Liela Moss and Songhoy Blues, classics from Massive Attack, Chapterhouse, Blondie and The Beat, there is Bonobo's remix of Michael Kiwanuka's song Final Days, and the Battle Of The Artists is between two popsters (just for a change!) so head to the Bolton FM twitter page or Bolton FM Sundae Servings Facebook page to vote - it's between Taylor Swift vs Dua Lipa

6pm - 7pm

The Spirit of Bolton
Sylvia and Tony Bridge

7pm - 10pm

The 70's Show
Neil Wilkinson

Hour 3 this week is a retrospective of 'Station to Station' by David Bowie. As usual in Hour 1 & 2, Neil will be playing you the best and most eclectic music from the most diverse musical decade EVER!

10pm - 12am

The Weekend Wind Down
Andy Openshaw

2 hours of your requests and easy listening music to help ease you out of the weekend.