Susan Penhaligon, actress and writer, visited David and Andrew on the Wednesday Mid-Morning Show

tweeted: You two are Irish charmers, best radio interview ever, I fear my jumper in photo doesn’t do me any favours but would be ok for Miss Prism

Weekend Programmes – 24th and 25th February, 2018

0700-1000 Weekend Breakfast served up by Paddy Smyth

1000-1300 Herbie Wilson (in for George Lavery)

1300-1500 Paula O’Hare

1500-1700 Michael Hannah (in for Trevor Kelly)

1700-1900 Disco Daze with Paddy Smyth (in for Terry Whyte)

1900-2100 Tom Johnston’s Time Machine

2100-0700 Music through the night

0700-0800 Weekend Breakfast served up by Paddy Smyth

0800-1000 Songs of Joy with Ronnie Morrison

1000-1300 Lazy Sunday – Mike Allen and Naomi Patrick

1300-1500 Hedley McGinnis and Don Thompson

1500-1700 Stephen Andrews

1700-1900 Magic Bus – driven by Del Halligan

1900-2100 Sam McFerran or Neil McLaren

2100-2130 Terry’s Record Club.

Terry Corr opens the door for guests and explores their music collections.

 

2130-2230 Soul sequence produced by Mark Boylan.

2230-0100 Take It Easy with John Rosborough

Tonight is a Special showcasing the music and music features in the show over recent years.

0100-0700 Music through the night

Belfast 89FM gets out and about at the Abbeycentre

Berlfast 89FM presenter Robin Scott interviews a listener during Belfast 89FM’s recent competition day at the Abbeycentre, Newtownabbey.

Robin co-presents our Wednesday Afternoon Talk-In with Chris Hughes.

Call them on 028 9503 0389, email them at studio@belfast89.com or text the studio at 80818, start your message with Belfast and then leave a space.

Standard text rates apply.

Kenny wakes up the city every weekday morning

The week starts here with Wake Rattle & Roll and the Music Maestro himself, Kenny Tosh.

There’s the Bitz file, Hits & Headlines and two Number 1s is here too.

Join Kenny – He’s on air from 7am and you can email him at studio@belfast89.com  

or text 80818, start your message with Belfast and then leave a space.

Standard text rates apply.



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