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.
Jan has the news, Kyra has the Travel and Colin has our sport.
In our News Quiz we ask What’s The Story? I’ll play a clip from the news – but can you work out the story?
In the wake of the senseless killings in Orlando US and the murder of MP Jo Cox, Gill Fraser Lee brings this weeks Tranquil Time poem from Christina Rosetti – Remember.
After 8am Rick Astley is at number 1 in the album charts with his album “50” – we hear his latest single from the album. Also after 8am TREASURE HUNT returns with Dickie & Feather.
Jason talks Home Ownership with Tashema Jackson from Uswitch just before 9am and then after 9am it’s Pick of The Number One Pops- songs from 1961, 1971, 1981, 1991
And also after 9am Mike VanDetta speaks to the team because he is performing The Roy Orbison And Del Shannon Story at the Avenue Theatre tonight from 7:30pm.
Jason McCrossan’s Saturday Breakfast show is broadcast on 106.9FM in Sittingbourne and Swale, Kent.
On the show today: Jan is in charge of all contact and communications, Bonnie has the news and Andrew has the news.
We ask you to decide on who the mystery voice is between 7am and 8am. There is also a poem in Tranquil Time.
After 8am – we channel Bob Holness to play blockbusters and after 9am it’s Pick Of The Number One Pops.
On 106.9 SFM’s Saturday Breakfast show for the 6th February – we have the usual features including Who is the voice? in the first hour.
In Tranquil Time our poem is by John Masefield – Sea Fever READ BY: Gill Fraser Lee
THE chat-up line, “I like your dress but it would look better on my bedroom floor” has been named the worst of all by women. Jason is joined by flirting expert Jean Smith to discuss the art of flirting.
Play Your Celebrity Cards Right with Dickie Smallbone & Feather Barkweasle returns and we have our final Celebrity Big Brother Update brought to us by MC Jezza Fellows.
Pick of The Number One’s Pops returns where the songs we play were number one on this day.
On the show for 30th January 2016.
Jason is joined with Kyra – taking your calls, emails and texts & Jan with the news.
Can you guess who the mystery male voice is on the show? In the 2nd part Feather and Dickie are reunited for a game of Play Your Celebrity Cards Right! Also, there is a Celebrity Big Brother Update following Friday’s eviction.
The final hour kicks off with Pick Of The Number One Pops – songs that were number one on the 30th January from 1963, 1973, 1983 & 1993.
Also Jason speaks to Jamie Wyver from the RSPB about their #BigGardenBirdwatch
On the show for 23rd January 2016.
Jason is joined with Jan – taking your calls, emails and texts.
Can you guess who the mystery female voice is on the show? In the 2nd part Feather is living it up on her winter break on a static caravan in Leysdown, Jason chanels Bob Holness to bring back Blockbusters! Also, there is a Celebrity Big Brother Update following Friday’s eviction.
The final hour kicks off with Pick Of The Number One Pops – songs that were number one on the 23rd January from 1966, 1976, 1986, 1996.
Jason McCrossan’s breakfast show on 106.9 SFM returns for 2016.
On the show today Jason and the team play Who Is The Voice – can you guess the mystery voice? Play Your Celebrity Cards Right and the Celebrity Big Brother Update is after 8am with Pick of The Number One Pops after 9am.
As well as that Jason will be celebrating Morse Code day by typing out some special messages using the electronic language.
Kyra is in charge of the texts, tweets and calls; Jan has the news headlines and Lee has the sport.
On the final Saturday Breakfast show of 2015 our TRANQUIL TIME poem is Spellbound by Emily Bronte and is read by Gill Fraser Lee.
After 8am the battle for the Official Christmas Number 1 remains incredibly close, as the NHS Choir continues to chase Justin Bieber for this year’s festive crown. The NHS Choir is trying to get their charity song A Bridge Over You to number one this Xmas & one of their singers Caroline Smith joins Jason for a chat at 0810.
STAR WARS: Force Awakens is out in the cinemas this week and MC Jezza Fellows went to a midnight screening – he’ll give us his talk of the town around 08:40am.
The team play a game of SECRET SANTA – where they have to guess which actor is playing Santa from some film clips Jason will play.
It’s a special edition of Pick Of The Christmas Number one Pops where the years include: 1962, 1972, 1982, 1992. And also in the final hour – James Waters & Newsy Jan play a Xmas edition of Bits & Pieces – how many Xmas songs can you guess?