Category Archives: Feelgood Saturday

The People’s right to fried chicken

On this week’s #FeelgoodSaturday there was loads of stuff to talk about – gossip from the Brits and the BAFTAs; the impending arrival of the Beast from the East and the fact that people are NOT OK with KFCs being closed.

Plus, a rather glamourous #Headliner strutted its way down the catwalk of our show.

Full listing of all this week’s music is below:

  • Somewhere only we know by Keane
  • The reflex by Duran Duran
  • Wonderwall by Oasis
  • Never can say goodbye by Gloria Gaynor
  • New rules by Dua Lipa
  • These days (ft. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen) by Rudimental
  • Everywhere by Fleetwood Mac
  • Better the devil you know by Kylie Minogue
  • Hole in the head by Sugababes
  • Charmless man by Blur
  • Lady Marmalade by All Saints
  • Firework by Katy Perry
  • Love never felt so good by Michael Jackson feat. Justin Timberlake
  • Everybody wants to rule the world by Tears for fears
  • Foxy lady by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  • Inner smile by Texas
  • Thunder in my heart again by Meck featuring Leo Sayer


Chatting romance with Daniel Molyneaux

A #FeelgoodSaturday first for me this week with the first proper live performance since I’ve been running the show! And what a way to start!

Daniel Molyneaux first came in last summer and we played three tracks from his album and had lots of fun chatting – so much so that I invited him back to sing live. He performed two tracks from his album I’ll Be Waiting, which is out now. Daniel’s in the middle on the picture below, with his keyboard player Josiah on the left.

You can follow Daniel on facebook (@DanielMolyneauxOfficial), twitter (@SoundofDaniel) or instagram (soundofdaniel) and check out his videos on YouTube. The album “I’ll Be Waiting” is available on iTunes, tidal, Spotify and most other music download services. Plus he has his own website! To listen back to my chat with Daniel and his performance just click the link below:

Elsewhere on the show we found out my Chinese horoscope, checked in on the entertainment news and discovered that I pretty much would not have coped in a pre-electricity era. Tracks played are listed below and further down you can find the link to play back the whole two hours. Enjoy!

  • My Sharona by The Knack
  • Radio by Corrs
  • All along the watchtower by Fratellis
  • Something new by Girls Aloud
  • Dilemma by Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland
  • Brass in pocket by Pretenders
  • Love on top by Beyonce
  • I’ll be there for you by Rembrandts
  • Girls & boys by Blur
  • Big time sensuality by Bjork
  • Never be the same by Camila Cabello
  • Aerodynamic by Daft Punk
  • He’s the greatest dancer by Sister Sledge
  • Dy na mi tee by Ms Dynamite
  • Dancing by Kylie Minogue
  • Give your love to me by Daniel Molyneaux
  • Domino by Jessie J
  • What’s love got to do with it by Tina Turner
  • Like me by Daniel Molyneaux
  • I can’t help falling in love by UB40
  • Survivor by Destiny’s Child

Return of the Mac

This week’s show was a whistlestop adventure in cheesy, European feelgood: from a rave review of Mamma Mia, the show, to a look at the song we’ll be sending to Eurovision in Portugal in May – by way of the usual entertainment news and a very tasty Headliner… We crammed it all in.

Listen back to the whole two hours below:

And here’s a listing of every track played (except for the Headliner as that would be cheating):

  • Acceptable in the 80s by Calvin Harris
  • Filthy gorgeous by Scissor Sisters
  • It’s my life by No Doubt
  • Dancing by Kylie Minogue
  • We built this city by Starship
  • Party like a Russian by Robbie Williams
  • Rapture by Blondie
  • Remember me by The Zutons
  • I’m not in love by Enrique Iglesias feat. Kelis
  • 10 Clint Eastwood by Gorillaz
  • 11 Caribbean Queen by Billy Ocean
  • 12 Rumour has it by Adele
  • 13 Voulez vous by Abba
  • 14 Stacey’s mom by Fountains of Wayne
  • 15 Storm by SuRie
  • 16 Finesse (Remix) by Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B
  • 17 Big love by Fleetwood Mac
  • 18 Get Lucky (Radio Edit) [feat. Pharrell Williams] by Daft Punk

If you can’t wait until a Saturday morning to catch up on my musings, why not follow me on twitter? @naomisayers

The Brentwood and Billericay Plogging Club

On this week’s show we delved into the latest Scandi trend – something called “plogging”. We also chatted about (and barely contained our excitement about) those rumours of a Spice Girls reunion.

Plus we caught up on the latest goings-on from the world of entertainment, including why a nudey painting in a Manchester art gallery caused controversy this week.

Plus we had a bird-brained Headliner…

Listen back to the whole thing here:

And every track I played on the show is here (apart from the five Headliners because that would be cheating!):

  • Groovejet (If this ain’t love) by Spiller feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor
  • Roll with it by Oasis
  • Can I kick it? by A Tribe Called Quest
  • Africa by Toto
  • Dancing by Kylie Minogue
  • Pump up the volume by M-A-R-R-S
  • Suddenly I see by KT Tunstall
  • Salute by Little Mix
  • PYT by George Redwood
  • So sweet (feat. MIca Paris) by The Cuban Brothers
  • Rock your body by Justin Timberlake
  • Galvanise by Chemical Brothers
  • Stay with me by Faces
  • Northern star by Melanie C
  • A sky full of stars by Coldplay
  • Islands in the stream by Dolly Parton


Holy Carp!

A slightly condensed #FeelgoodSaturday this week as both me and my guest suffered from traffic issues because of the Brentwood Centre’s annual carp show!

I still managed to squeeze a lot into those 100 minutes. In the entertainment news we talked about Reese Witherspoon’s three legs and looked at the Oscar nominations, as well as a first play of one of the artists hoping to represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision.

We also wrapped our brains around this week’s Headliner – so if you fancy teasing your brain then listen back here:

And after battling his way through the traffic George Redwood made it in for a chat ahead of his appearance on a brand new BBC One reality show called ‘All Together Now’.

George has just released his debut single, a cover of Michael Jackson’s P.Y.T, which you can see on YouTube or facebook (or in many other ways). Give him a follow on twitter for all the latest!

To hear George’s interview, including his brilliant single ‘ P.Y.T’, just listen back below:

A listing of all the tracks I played today is here (not including the mystery Headliners, of course!)

  • Hard to beat by Hard-fi
  • Renegade master by Wild Child
  • Million dollar bill (Frankie Knuckles radio mix) by Whitney Houston
  • Saturday night’s alright for fighting by Elton John
  • Legends by Asanda
  • Overload by Sugababes
  • Golden touch by Razorlight
  • Cry for you by September
  • Shake it out by Florence and the Machine
  • Don’t cha by Pussycat Dolls
  • P.Y.T by George Redwood
  • Finesse (Remix) by Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B


On this week’s show there was a welcome return for 2018 for Headliner – the current affairs/ music quiz that plays you five mystery tracks that all have something in common – they’re all linked to a story that was in the news this week.

On top of Headliner we had the Entertainment news, including an update on the likelihood of a Sex & the City 3 film. We also chatted about the Brit awards, a Stranger Things wedding request and some of our favourite pop stars who have significant birthdays this year. Plus we narrowly avoided a Black Lace ambush!

You can listen back to the whole thing below:

And here’s a track listing:

  • Up by The Saturdays
  • New rules by Dua Lipa
  • Let’s dance by David Bowie
  • Hey ya! by Outkast
  • Dancing by Kylie Minogue
  • Crybaby by Paloma Faith
  • Girls & boys by Blur
  • Headliner tracks 1-5
  • 1 thing by Amerie
  • That don’t impress me much by Shania Twain
  • Let’s spend the night together by Rolling Stones
  • Doo wop (that thing) by Lauryn Hill
  • Finesse (remix) by Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B.
  • Everything now by Arcade Fire
  • A change would do you good by Sheryl Crow
  • Hotel California by Eagles


A Brentwood bonanza

On this week’s #FeelgoodSaturday we had a Brentwood bonanza. I was joined by not one, but three guests in the studio, representing some of the finest businesses Brentwood has to offer.

First up was Tref Griffiths, creator of Clued Upp, a virtual murder mystery game that you play on the streets through an app on your phone. After success all over the country, he’s bringing it to Brentwood next month (on 10th February).

Listen back to our chat to find out a bit more about CluedUpp Brentwood, how you can play and where to get tickets. Tickets are on sale from Sunday 14 January so don’t miss out!

Then, after eleven I welcomed back returning guest Jacqui Duly, from Pussycat Lodge Trust. She brought with her this time, Dave, who looks after the lovable population of ferals at the Brentwood-based cat and kitten rescue charity. We chatted all things feline – from why it’s so important to neuter your cats, to the things you should think about if you’re thinking of getting a cat. So listen back if you’re interested in cats or in the great work this charity does.

You can also follow Pussycat Lodge on facebook and twitter, which I’d recommend if you like to look at pictures of cute cats.

To hear the whole Feelgood Saturday Brentwood bonanza you can listen again here:

A full track listing is shown below:

  • More than a woman by Aaliyah
  • The reflex by Duran Duran
  • Turn the music louder (rumble) by KDA feat. Tinie Tempah and Katy B
  • Message in a bottle by Police
  • Strangers (Franky Rizardo Remix) by Sigrid
  • Boombastic by Shaggy
  • Sultans of swing by Dire Straits
  • Rock the boat by The Hues Corporation
  • Lovecats by The Cure
  • Crybaby by Paloma Faith
  • Are you gonna be my girl? by Jet
  • Freak like me by Sugababes
  • Wake up Boo! by Boo Radleys
  • Filthy gorgeous by Scissor Sisters
  • I knew you were waiting by George Michael & Aretha Franklin

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Get the tinsel down!

On the first Feelgood Saturday of 2018 we thought we’d delve into the murky world of finance. This time of year we’re often thinking about how we can be better with money – because of a New Year’s resolution we’ve made or due to Christmas over-indulgence.

My guest today was on hand to help us through it. James Blower, founder of the Brentwood-based financial consultancy – The Savings Guru – was full of tips for getting your money in order, the best ways to save and even helped us understand what on earth a bitcoin is. You can hear the interview with James below and to find out more about the Savings Guru, visit their website here – where you’ll also find advice and a way to ask them any other questions you might have.  You can also follow them on twitter.

Elsewhere in the show, we looked forward to some very significant events and anniversaries in 2018, checked in on events in the local area and got a bit of an eyeful in the entertainment news…

LIsten back to the whole thing here:

And a track listing is below:

  • Heaven must be missing an angel by Tavares
  • You got the love by Florence and the Machine
  • Pinball wizard by Elton John
  • Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder
  • Perfect by Ed Sheeran and Beyonce
  • I don’t feel like dancing by Scissor Sisters
  • World in motion by England New Order
  • Hey Jude by Beatles
  • Livin’ on a prayer by Bon Jovi
  • Happy by Pharrell Williams
  • Gorgeous by Taylor Swift
  • Everything now by Arcade Fire

Aaaaannnd I occasionally tweet about stuff other than radio – here… 

The In-between

It’s that funny time of year between Christmas and New Year where you’re not quite sure what day it is, what meal you’re on, or whether you’re coming or going generally.

This week’s Feelgood Saturday is the perfect anecdote for those in-between blues – two hours of great music (if you don’t believe me, check out the track listing below), entertainment news and gossip. Topics covered included the New Year honours (arise, Sir Ringo!), why I’m taking a different approach to New Year’s Resolutions – and some of the other ways to spend the days in-between crimbo and January 1st.

  • Finally by CeCe Peniston
  • Reggaeton lento (Remix) by CNCO & Little Mix
  • Should I stay or should I go? by Clash
  • Laura by Scissor Sisters
  • Another one bites the dust by Queen
  • Havana by Camila Cabello feat. Young Thug
  • Chain reaction by Diana Ross
  • Disco 2000 by Pulp
  • Children of the revolution by T Rex
  • Hungry like the wolf by Duran Duran
  • Mr. Brightside by Killers
  • Roll with it by Oasis
  • Don’t upset the rhythm by Noisettes
  • Dr. Pressure by Mylo vs. Miami Sound Machine
  • Night fever by Bee Gees
  • Hips don’t lie by Shakira
  • Hot and cold by Katy Perry
  • Kinky afro by Happy Mondays
  • Yellow submarine by Beatles
  • She loves you by Beatles
  • Love don’t live here any more by Rose Royce
  • My my my (remix) by Armand van Helden
  • Can we dance? by The Vamps
  • Starry eyed by Ellie Goulding

You can listen back to the whole thing here:

And as always you can get involved on twitter – @naomisayers.

Christmas Eve Eve

‘Twas the day before the day before Christmas and all over the studio

Naomi was playing hits from the last five decades (but sadly no Sussudio)

With showbiz news, travel and weather on the hour

This festive edition of Feelgood Saturday was really a “Wow” -er!

If you missed it, don’t fear, you can hear it below:

Or take a peek at the songs that were played in the show:

  • Little L by Jamiroquai
  • Happy Xmas (War is over) by John Lennon and Yoko Ono and the Plastic Ono Band
  • Seven wonders by Fleetwood Mac
  • Reggaeton lento (Remix) by CNCO & Little Mix
  • 2 become 1 by Spice Girls
  • Grace (We all try) by Rag n Bone Man
  • Don’t you want me baby by Human League
  • The most wonderful time of the year by Andy Williams
  • Sound of the underground by Girls Aloud
  • Alright by Supergrass
  • Love on my mind by Freemasons feat. Amanda Wilson
  • All I want for Christmas is you by Mariah Carey
  • Bad boy by Miami Sound Machine
  • Dancing in the moonlight by Toploader
  • Last Christmas by Wham!
  • Perfect by Ed Sheeran
  • Born this way by Lady Gaga
  • Rockabye by Clean Bandit feat. Sean Paul & Ann-Marie
  • Smooth criminal by Alien Ant Farm
  • Little St. Nick by Beach Boys
  • Sweets for my sweet by Searchers
  • Baby give it up by KC & the Sunshine Band
  • Stay another day by East 17