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Gerry brings you musical nostalgia and conversation for your Sunday afternoon.
Gerry wants your memories of smells. Maybe from school, first job or a former home.
Gerry wants your memories of the sweets you had as a child. What were your favourites?
Gerry hears your memories of the thing your mothers and fathers advised you not to do.
Gerry hears your memories of where you did your shopping before supermarkets existed.
Gerry hears about the motor scooters you once owned. Do you still own one now?
Gerry hears your memories of the South Yorkshire venues that are no longer standing.
Gerry wants your memories of wash days. Which day was it for you and how has it changed?
Gerry wants your memories of the childhood playgrounds and the games you played in them.
Gerry brings you musical nostalgia and conversation for your New Year's Day late afternoon.
Gerry wants your memories of the party games that you've played at Christmas time.
Gerry wants to know the jobs you pretended to be as a child such as a bus conducter.
Gerry discusses people's manners. Do you think they've changed at all since the 1950s?
Gerry hears your memories of when conversations have been misheard or misunderstood.
Gerry wants your memories of horror films of the past. Which cinema visits scared you?
Musical nostalgia and conversation with Gerry Kersey.
Gerry hears your favourite solo instrument and who the artist was who performed with it.
Gerry's musical theme this weekend is babies. Get in touch to share your ideas for songs.
Gerry wants to you to remember your first kiss, get in touch and share your memories.
Gerry wants your memories of former pubs from across South Yorkshire & North Derbyshire.
Gerry wants your memories of the old double-decker trams that once ran through Sheffield.
Gerry asks about how good your memory is. Can you recalls recent or older events better?
Jimmy Carol sits in with music from the 1960s and 1970s, plus a hour of music on a theme.
Gerry hears about your career dreams and business ideas that never quite happened.
Gerry hears your memories of the post-war comic and adventure annuals that you've owned.
The musical theme is utilities. What songs about water, gas or electric can you think of.