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Read all about the great shows here on Red Kite Radio.

SUNDAY - 6 to 9PM - SUNDAY ROCKS!

Ian Sandford presents three hours of solid rock.

WEEKDAYS - 7 to 10AM RED KITE BREAKFAST

Dan helps you wake and welcome the day with news, travel and some great music.

WEEKDAYS - 6 to 7PM THE GOLD KITE

An hour of presenter free music, the best of the 60's, 70's, 80's and the 90's. with an advertisement or two and some community announcements to fill the blend.

MONDAY - 7PM - SEVENTIES REWIND

Join Clive Hodghton for two whole hours of great 1970s music in The Seventies Rewind. From glam rock to disco, from soul and Philly to reggae, you’ll hear it all.

TUESDAY 7PM - SMOOTH GROOVES WITH MARIO

Mario’s here on Tuesday nights, from 7 til 9, with the best in Soul, Funk, R&B & Disco… and everything in between. He’s not proud, trendy, or cliquey; if the vibe’s right, it’s on. Smooth Grooves with Mario, Tuesday nights from 8

WEDNESDAY 7PM - RED KITE COUNTRY!

The best new releases each week... plus some classic country tracks from the world’s biggest stars. Each week Pete will play 6 tracks from a featured artist. News and views from the world of Country.

THURSDAY 7PM - SIXTIES REWIND

The Sixties Rewind invites you on journey through the most exciting decade in pop history. Featuring chart hits, album tracks and rarities.

FRIDAY 7PM THE SPORTS PREVIEW

Chas from Chinnor brings you news about the upcoming local sports fixtures plus a roundup of the results from the week's matches.

FRIDAY 8PM ROOTS COLLECTIVE WITH MARTIN CLARK and HEATHER HARRISON

The Roots Collective is a lively show bringing together music from a range of genres including folk, bluegrass and Americana. Join Martin Clarke and Heather Harrison for a mix of classic and new releases, snippets of trivia, a local what's on guide and some friendly banter. Find out more and how to listen again on therootscollective.co.uk

SATURDAY 9AM - SATURDAY BREAKFAST WITH PETE SIMESTER

Get the weekend off to a fresh start with Pete, waking you to the greatest sounds around.

SATURDAY 2PM - SATURDAY LUNCH -  WITH IAN SANDFORD

Join Ian for three hours of great rock to munch your lunch to.

FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH 12PM - THE RED KITE TAKEOVER

Once a moth we hand over the keys to the studio to a local organisation, group, school or band to host their own show for two hours.

SATURDAYS 6PM - THE EIGHTIES REWIND WITH ALEX GROUT

Join Alex on his weekly trip down Eighties memory lane, back to the time of Discos and The Rubics Cube. Alex takes you through some great times.

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  • Chas

    Thanks for spotting that typo Steve, I have corrected it. Regards Chas.

    Chas Wednesday, 13 December 2017 19:26 Comment Link
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  • Steve Tee

    You say TUESDAY 7PM - SMOOTH GROOVES WITH MARIO but then say it's 8 till 10.

    Steve Tee Wednesday, 13 December 2017 16:55 Comment Link
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  • Dave Allin

    Hey Guys, looks like you've got a great lineup. I'll be sure to tune in now I've found you. Good Luck. Dave.

    Dave Allin Wednesday, 13 December 2017 06:07 Comment Link
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  • We are your new community radio station in Thame, Haddenham and the surrounding villages...

    Based in the grounds of Haddenham Garden Centre, we've been on air since June 2017. A not-for-profit organisation, our remit is to serve the community with Classic Hits from the 60’s to today, News and Information. We are funded by Advertising and Sponsorship.

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Red Kite Radio. c/o Haddenham Garden Centre, 121 Stanbridge Road, Haddenham,
AYLESBURY, Bucks. HP17 8HN
UK
01844 299107
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www.redkiteradio.com

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