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on today's 121radio.com show I will amongst other things be taking a walk on the radio...that is featuring songs about WALKING.........any ideas anyone?...any favourites? please comment here and tune in 4pm -6pm uk time today (Sunday)
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On 121Radio.Com On The Late Heads In Show. We had a Tekky Problem.. All sorted now.. Join me until Midnight!! Cheers
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Friday15th January 2021.
21:00 to 24:00 (GMT/UTC) Monday to Friday.

Welcome and Good Evening to you from Starbase South. You’re with me Mike Hayes, on The Late Heads in Show, over the next three hours, I’ve got a Great Stack of Music. From now until Midnight.

‘Bang Yer Eadz In, with Music from’:-
Buddy Guy
Velvet Underground
Andy Williams
Man
Chicken Shack
Yes

We’ll Rock In with ‘The Beatles’, and Roll Out with ‘Grand Funk Railroad’

It’s a ‘Double Bubble’ tonight with, ‘Derek & The Dominoes’, either side of 10.30

After 11:00 Folk On Friday, with Jay Ungar, Ralph McTell, Sandy Denny

On the “Vintage Times”, after 11.30. Continuing this week with songs from the First album by ‘Jethro Tull’ – ‘This Was’ Which launched their career. Tonight it’s ‘Song For Jeffrey’. (Next week: Traffic – The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys)

All these ‘Tempting Tasters’ and much more on ‘The Late Heads In show’ with ‘Hayzie’ tonight right here on 121Radio.

Rock In Here – In The New Year
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