Southampton Boat Show
Neil visits the Southampton Boat Show and jumps on board Challenger 3 – one of the Tall Ships Youth Trust’s training yachts.
And he hears about All Saints Dramatic Society’s latest production.
Lena Samuels reviews another DVD. Hampshire county bowler Steve Whitehead brings us up to date with news and results from the bowls leagues, Chris Carnegy has some original and local poetry and there’s a chance to help compile the A-Z playlist.
For those on the roads across the south of England, there is travel news as it happens. And a smile is promised as the weekend draws to a close.
Neil's Sunday evening programme is a mix of reviews and previews from the world of arts and culture, mixed with a selection of music that will leave you wanting more.
BBC Radio Solent offers a choice of listening on a Sunday evening. Neil is on 103.8 FM, AM and online. The Paul Miller Soul Show is on digital radio and online. And there’s live coverage of Southampton v West Ham on 96.1FM until 1800.
A-Z Playlist - Professions
- A Little Bit More – Dr Hooker and the Medicine Show
- Beatles – Police Police Me
- Canary In A Coal Miner’s Hat – The Police
- Doctor My Eyes – Jackson Browne
- Ernie, The Fastest Milkman In the West – Benny Hill
- Feel So Good – Jon The Dentist
- Gonna Builder A Mountain – Matt Monro
- Hello Trolly Dolly - Louis Armstrong
- Ian Dury & The Blockheads – What A Waste Disposal Collector
- Julie Driscol and Brian Auger – This Wheel’s On Fire
- Kid Creole and the Coconuts – Annie I’m Not Your Caddy
- Lonnie Donnegan – My Old Man’s A Dustman
- Mike and the Mechanics – The Living Years
- Neil Morrisey – Postman Pat
- OMD – Maid of Orleans
- Painter Man – Boney M
- Quantum Jump – The Lone Arranger
- Room In Your Heart – Living In A Boxer
- Simon and Garfunkel – Baby Driver
- Tenessee Ernie Ford – Sixteen Nuns
- Up The Ladder With The Roofer - Supremes
- Van Halen – Ice Cream Man
- Watching The Detectives – Elvis Costello
- XTC – Love on A Farmboy’s Wages
- You’re My Best Friend - Queen
- Zorba’s Dance Teacher – Mikos Thoedorakis