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There was something for everyone music wise on this week’s show – including songs by Elvis, the Corrs, Elbow and Tony’s Sunday Lunch guest Rajiv. In commemoration of Remembrance weekend I also gave another airing to Over the Top, a poignant song by Dave Stannard in tribute to those who fell during World War One which he performed live on Bob Simpson’s One-2-Three during the week; to hear it again visit Bob’s show page.

As if all that wasn’t enough I also unearthed another song from the 1980s that doesn’t get played much these days, which I teased with the clue: “This female reality TV star was bang up to date.”*

*The song that was Acceptable in the 80s was Modern Girl by Sheena Easton, who shot to fame in 1980 after appearing on The Big Time: Pop Singer

A little less conversation

There was something for everyone music wise on this week’s show – including songs by Elvis, the Corrs, Elbow and Tony’s Sunday Lunch guest Rajiv. In commemoration of Remembrance weekend I also gave another airing to Over the Top, a poignant song by Dave Stannard in tribute to those who fell during World War One which he performed live on Bob Simpson’s One-2-Three during the week; to hear it again visit Bob’s show page.

As if all that wasn’t enough I also unearthed another song from the 1980s that doesn’t get played much these days, which I teased with the clue: “This female reality TV star was bang up to date.”*

*The song that was Acceptable in the 80s was Modern Girl by Sheena Easton, who shot to fame in 1980 after appearing on The Big Time: Pop Singer

A little less conversation

There was something for everyone music wise on this week’s show – including songs by Elvis, the Corrs, Elbow and Tony’s Sunday Lunch guest Rajiv. In commemoration of Remembrance weekend I also gave another airing to Over the Top, a poignant song by Dave Stannard in tribute to those who fell during World War One which he performed live on Bob Simpson’s One-2-Three during the week; to hear it again visit Bob’s show page.

As if all that wasn’t enough I also unearthed another song from the 1980s that doesn’t get played much these days, which I teased with the clue: “This female reality TV star was bang up to date.”*

*The song that was Acceptable in the 80s was Modern Girl by Sheena Easton, who shot to fame in 1980 after appearing on The Big Time: Pop Singer

A little less conversation

There was something for everyone music wise on this week’s show – including songs by Elvis, the Corrs, Elbow and Tony’s Sunday Lunch guest Rajiv. In commemoration of Remembrance weekend I also gave another airing to Over the Top, a poignant song by Dave Stannard in tribute to those who fell during World War One which he performed live on Bob Simpson’s One-2-Three during the week; to hear it again visit Bob’s show page.

As if all that wasn’t enough I also unearthed another song from the 1980s that doesn’t get played much these days, which I teased with the clue: “This female reality TV star was bang up to date.”*

*The song that was Acceptable in the 80s was Modern Girl by Sheena Easton, who shot to fame in 1980 after appearing on The Big Time: Pop Singer

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