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Saturday Breakfast with Anthony Hamilton & Dave Cash 22 October 2016.

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In the NEWSQUIZ? Jason plays a clip from the weeks news – but can you work out the story behind the sound?

TRANQUIL TIME: POEM: Alice Meynell – In Autumn

07:40: European Space Probe – It’s been confirmed an experimental Mars lander crashed on the planet’s surface earlier this week. We’ll hear from ExoMars flight operations director Michel Denis.

0810: Trump v Clinton- Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump traded jocular insults at the annual Alfred E Smith charity dinner in New York on Thursday.

08:40: The legendary radio presenter Dave Cash has died at the age of 74. Jason will chat to radio commentator Paul Chantler.

9AM: Pick of the Number One Pops – the songs we play were number 1 on this day; 1968; 1978; 1988; 1998

09:40: FORMULA 1: Lewis Hamilton says he will “take it like a man” if he loses this year’s Formula 1 title to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg. Jason chats to Lewis’s dad Anthony Hamilton.

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Health Breakfast Choices

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Breakfast is seen by many as the most important meal of the day and we have known that many cereal staples, that make up our breakfast, can be full of sugars.

Health and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton – who is the UK based spokesperson of a new healthy breakfast cereal called Quinoa Crack – who tells us how we can get a free trial cereal box.

Saturday Breakfast + Canterbury food festival 24 Sept 2016

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Jan returns to take your calls, emails and messages. She’ll also be checking the roads and rails to keep you up to date with the latest travel. Colin brings us the sport.
To mark the fact its autumn our Tranquil Time poem is by John Keats – Ode to Autumn.

A campaign group wants banks to take more responsibility when fraudsters steal money from customers’ accounts. Jason chats to Peter Moony after 8.

After 9am – down in Canterbury – it’s their Food and Wine Festival – Kevin Field
– the host of the event, will join us live on the line.

Also in Sittingbourne today it’s the Sittingbourne Mediaeval Mops Fair in the High Street. The Mayor will open the fair at 11am. There will be loads to entertain you including rides, attractions, stalls, food and traders Jake the Jester and Mr Green the Mind Reader.

Saturday Breakfast Show 28th May

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On 106.9 SFM – Jason and the full Saturday breakfast show team return for more light hearted news, music and fun on the bank holiday weekend.

In the first hour – The News Quiz – Jason plays a clip from the news but can you guess the news story behind the audio headline & a bonus point if you can identify the person actually speaking.

In Tranquil Time – the poem is from Oliver Hereford – A tragedy in Rhyme.

After 8 – Feather is back up in the SFM helicopter hiding somewhere in the garden of England – she’ll give you the clues all you have to do is work out the location.

In the final hour it is Pick Of The Number One Pops and Paul from the Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway talks about the bank holiday services running.

 

106.9 SFM Saturday Breakfast Show – Halloween Special

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The breakfast show has a spooky feel to it today as they get ready for halloween.

On the show is a Who Is The Halloween Voice? And in Tranquil Time – the poem is by Edith Wharton – All Souls; read by Gill Fraser Lee.

After 8am – Jason & Kyra lock horns in our Halloween quiz – with Quizmaster Jan.

In the final hour – in a slight change – Pick Of The Halloween Pops – where you choose the songs and our Halloween edition of Blockbusters.

Sittingbourne Breakfast Show Jason McCrossan 18 JUL 2015

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Saturday Breakfast with Jason McCrossan on 106.9 SFM is broadcast to Sittingbourne and Swale as well as online via www.sfmradio.com and the tuneIn or Radioplayer Apps.

Today we play Whose The Voice; Blankety Blank; Pick of The Number One Pops and Jason is joined by Sue Flipping after 9pm to talk about the Newington Festival.

POEM: A. A. Milne – HALFWAY DOWN

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Alan Alexander Milne A. A. Milne was an English author, best known for his books about the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh and for various children’s poems. Milne was a noted writer, primarily as a playwright, before the huge success of Pooh overshadowed all his previous work.

Gill Fraser Lee reads his poem Halfway down – which was broadcast on Jason’s Saturday morning breakfast show on 106.9 SFM.