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17:00 - 19:00
Join Mark Forrest as he brings the best of the day's BBC Local Radio together.
19:00 - 22:00
On Air Now Start Time 13:30 - End Time 17:00
A lunchtime summary of all the latest local, national and international news.
Interesting people, interesting places and interesting things to do.
Updates on Storm Imogen, plus Deputy Le Tocq on his comments about xenophobic islanders.
Storm Imogen: Island hit
Charting British pop history since the 1950s. Presented by Tony Gillham.
People's History of Pop (07/02/2016)
Presented by Sue Coryndon. Call BBC Guernsey on 01481 200373 (national rate).
The classical music show hosted by Fiona Le Tissier, featuring classical music requests.
The Sunday Phone-In07/02/2016
The Islands at One08/02/2016
BBC Radio Guernsey SpecialPeople's History of Pop (07/02/2016)
The States have decided Guernsey is not in a position to accommodate Syrian refugees.
Jim CathcartSyrian Refugees: Why they won't settle in Guernsey?
The Chief Minister responds following comments he made about 'xenophobic' islanders.
Refugee Crisis: Jonathan Le Tocq
Guernsey's Chief Minister explains why the island won't take in any refugees from Syria.
Syrian Refugees: Deputy Jonathan Le Tocq
Our reporter Tony Curr went down to speak to voters at one of Guernsey's greasy spoons.
Election Roadshow: White Rock Cafe
Galaxy Computer Brokers has once again been given the Keep Guernsey Green Award.
Green Award: Stuart Moseley
The local designer was asked to come up with his own vision of Guernsey's East coast.
Belle Greve Design: Karl Dorfner
Outdoor Guernsey talking about their plans for the new season.
Outdoor Guernsey: Anthony Ford Parker
Memories of Liberation Day celebrations from BBC Radio Guernsey listeners.
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