Saturday, January 20, 2007

It's the weekend !, and February Schedules...

Welcome to the weekend, Zoneheads...

Today, Saturday, saw the first appearance at AZ Towers of Cupcake, our new Presenter.
Her debut programme will be on our Pod, next weekend.

Meanwhile, we have been working to get ahead with the Schedules, and already have a great deal of next month, February 2007, and even some of March 2007, planned out.
As you will know, Johnny Reece has his own show every Sunday evening via RTI, but with Saturday evenings, we do tend to change around every week.
Saturdays planned so far are :

20 January Gil Legine
27 January Barry De Foyle
3 February Richard Bismarck
10 February Andy Miles
17 February Pixie
24 February Gil Legine
3 March Cupcake
10 March Barry De Foyle
17 March Pixie


We will publish our February schedules via Radio Seagull (Wednesday evenings), next week.

Now, to tomorrows playlist of the Johnny Reece Show, broadcast worldwide via RTI ( and on Sky 0195, at 20.00 hrs (UK time) :


Johnny Reece Show - 21st January 2007 :

Rolling Stones - Paint It Black
Touch and Go - Would You ?
Dave and Ansil Collins - Double Barrel
Smashmouth - Walking On The Sun
Edwyn Collins - Johnny Teardrop
Bluecat - Tulak
Intaferon - Baby Pain
The Toys - A Lovers Concerto
The Beautiful People (feat. Jimi Hendrix) - Rilly Groovy
The Cure - Cut Here
Mary Weiss - A Certain Guy
The Shangri-Las - Footsteps On The Roof
The Beatles - Nowhere Man
Simon & Garfunkel - Punky's Dilemna
I Monster - Who Is She ?
Marvin Pontiac - Pancakes
Lord Tanamo - I'm In The Mood For Love
Rita Chao & The Quests - Wooly Bully
White Stripes - Death Letter
Don French - Lonely Saturday Night
Bryan Ferry - Make You Feel My Love
The Kinks - Stop Your Sobbing
Ramones - I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
Emiliana Torrini - Today Has Been Ok ('Live')
Tyrannosaurus Rex - Dragon's Ear
The Cramps - Hot Girl Snatch
Sylvie Vartan - L'Amour C'est Aimer La Vie
Jacqueline Taieb - 7a.m.
Valerie Masters - He Didn't Fool Me
Julie London - You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
Mary Weiss : 1960s Radio Advert Voice-overs


Thanks, as ever, for your support.

Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone
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