Posterior conducting

Today’s show was all about coming together through music…and wiggling your posterior!

I was joined in the studio by the lovely Brian Ford, driving force behind the Festival of Remembrance in Billericay – Saturday 11th November from 19:30. Find out more on their facebook page.

Me and Brian Ford

Brian was saying it takes a town to put on a show as impressive as the Festival and he calls in favours from lots of willing and able volunteers who all do their bit.

I also learnt that he is an ex-band conductor, and learnt the secret to his technique – apparently it’s all in the behind!

…which linked us nicely to our Strictly Focus for the week – the Salsa!

If you’d like to listen back to my chat with Brian that’s here:

Or for the whole show click below:

Full track listing for the show is below:

Black Eyed Peas – I gotta feeling

Mabel – Finders keepers ft. Kojo Funds

Moloko – Sing it back

Headliners 1 – 5

Fairground Attraction – Perfect

Rihanna – Only girl

Elton John – Can you feel the love tonight?

Tina Turner – What’s love got to do with it?

Lucky Soul – Ti amo

Busted – What I go to school for

Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge over troubled water

Cream – Crossroads

Rudimental – Sun comes up (feat. James Arthur)

Swedish House Mafia feat. Pharrell – One (Your name) [Radio edit]

 

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About Naomi Sayers

A recent immigrant to Essex, I was born and raised in West Sussex. I got into radio at university, where in my final year I presented three shows a week on the student station. After graduating I worked as a broadcast journalist in Scotland but then moved back to London to the call of a corporate career and couldn't find a radio station that would have me! That all changed when I moved to Billericay in March 2017. I took over presenting Feelgood Saturday a couple of months later and I haven't looked back since. I try and make it 120 minutes of positivity each week – it certainly cheers me up on a Saturday morning anyway!