On Saturday Breakfast with Jason McCrossan today: Jan has the Weather & Travel; Andrew has the news.
Between 7am & 8am
In the News Quiz… Jason plays a clip from the news – but can you work out the story?
Our Tranquil Time poem today is : A Bay in Anglesey, Sir John Betjeman READ by Gill Fraser Lee.
8am & 9am
We will have the latest updates from the terrorist incident in Germany including the response from Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
We play Treasure Hunt: where we’ll send Jan up in the SFM Helicopter with Jock McSporran – but can you guess where oor Jan is today?
08:40 David Lewis talks to Jason about a report out today which suggest two-thirds of British people are worried about overspending on holidays abroad this summer.
9am & 10am
Pick Of The Number One Pops: 1965; 1975; 1985; 2005
09:40: Peter Flower from the Faversham Nautical Festival will chat to the team about the events happening today in Faversham.
On Breakfast this morning with Jason: Jan has your travel; Calum the sport.
Between 7am & 8am
NEWSQUIZ? What’s The Story? Jason plays a clip from the news – but can you work out the story?
In TRANQUIL TIME our poem is How Pleasant to Know Mr Lear by Edward Lear.
Between 8am & 9am
Katy Perry has released her first new single in 3 years – we play it around 08:10
Also this hour we play Treasure Hunt: We’ll send Jan up in the SFM Helicopter with Jock McSporran – but can you guess where she is?
A report out this morning from the AA says on average seven children need rescuing from locked cars every day Jason talks to Edmund King from the AA.
Between 9am & 10am
Pick of the number one Pops, playing songs that were number one on this day from; 1970; 1980; 1990; 2000.
It’s Milton Creek – Art In The Park – we cross live to the event with Colin Jones & Pete Flynn and also today is the Newington Village Festival: Sue Flipping will join Jason on the phone.
We start with the News Quiz and Tranquil time which features the poem: Love is Not All by Edna St Vincent Millay read by Gill Fraser Lee.
After 8am former racing driver Amanda Stretton joins Jason to talk about their report out today which says we are now paying more than 700 pounds on average for comprehensive car insurance.
Our quiz today is Blockbusters – feature the late and great Bob Holness who Jason will channel just after 0815.
It’s ladies’ final day at Wimbledon and Richard Newman reports from the All England Club.
After 9 we are in Cardiff for the Euro 2016 celebrations yesterday as Wales welcomed back their football team.
Also after 9am today is the Medway River Festival in Chatham: Medway Cllr Howard Doe will join Jason to talk about today’s events.
After 9am in Pick Of The Number One Pops, Jason will play the songs that were number one on this day in….: 1965, 1975, 1985, 1995
On Saturday Breakfast – Jason starts by celebrating the Welsh historic win at the Euro 2016’s as the beat Belgium 3-1. Also, can you guess the story behind the news clip in this weeks News Quiz- or is that all just French as well? Gill Fraser Lee returns with Tranquil Time reading the poem – To My Brother by Vera Brittain – as we commemorate 100 years since the Battle of the Somme.
After 8am – Jason test your cryptic thinking with our BrainBox quiz and he gets serious as research out today says that people who fall victim to investment scams lose up to £20,000. Matthew Upton from Citizen’s advice spoke to Jason on the launch of Fraud Awareness month.
After 9am – in Pick of the number one pops – we hear songs from Hot Chocolate, Pet Shop Boys, Faith Evans and Puff Daddy and Rihanna.
And after England’s disastrous knockout at the Euro’s – we hear from FA chairman Greg Dyke about why he thinks England did so badly and we also hear from Calum Leslie in France.
The nation has spoken – and it’s a vote for change.
Yesterday was a historic day for the UK. Prime Minister David Cameron announce he’ll quit as prime Minister (Boris Johnson may succeed him), Labour MPs want rid of Leader Jeremy Corbyn, Scotland and Northern Ireland will seek a referendum to break off from the UK, the pound plunged, English patriotism soared – and in the middle of that – Donald Trump arrived in Scotland to open a gold course.
And that is how we start the show.
Also, Frank Brehanee from the independent travel watchdog HolidayTravelWatch – speaks to Jason about why trips abroad may be be more expensive after the vote to leave the European Union.
And in Euro 2016 – EUR2016 – tonight sees Northern Ireland vs Wales – Calum Leslie is in Paris for SFM.