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Hi Everyone!
Really hope you’re all keeping safe and well and enjoying all our shows on Cotswolds Radio. As you know, as a team, we first came together at the start of the first lockdown and our commitment to you is that we’ll continue to keep you up to date and hopefully entertained throughout the 2nd.

However, due to the requirements announced by the Prime Minister, we will be adjusting our programme schedules.

The weekday Breakfast Shows will continue to be broadcast at 7.30 am with local and international news, including regular reports from Dr Paul Johnson of the Cotswolds Medical Practice and County Councillor Paul Hodgkinson. Plus, great music and requests.

Although sanitised, our studio will only be open to one presenter at any one time, so our interview-based shows will all be deferred until lockdown rules allow.

However, as most of our presenters have remote access to our broadcasting platform, they will be creating new shows to fill the gaps.

You will still be able to enjoy music on our twenty-four-hour playlist which airs every day of the week.
To find our revised programme schedules, go to the “What’s On” section of our website –
All your usual favourites, plus...
Britpop and Breakfast on Mondays
As well as the Breakfast Shows on Mondays and Tuesdays, David Marsden hosts a weekly Britpop Show at 6pm on Mondays, playing well-known artists such as Oasis, Blur and Pulp, lesser-known artists such as Spacehog, Longpigs and Electrasy, and everything in between.
His passion for Britpop comes from the fact that (as he puts it) he lived it, being at University right at the height of the phenomenon.
David says that his listeners are like a local community, but spread across the country, who share their love of 90s music with each other via the show. “The Show is just a means of connecting them. It’s their show really”, says David.
His show is certainly worth a listen if you want to remember how good the 1990s music scene was. Follow him on Twitter too at @TheBritpopShow.
On Wednesday 4th November at 1.00 pm
Sian reads, “The adventure of Devil’s foot”.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson find themselves at Poldhu in Cornwall one spring for the former's health, but the holiday ends with a bizarre event. 
Listen in for the full story.

On Wednesday 4th November at 7.00 pm
Our family bubble, Poppy and her Dad, Dr Paul entertain us with their choice of music, live from the studio with Poppy's Party!
On Thursday 05th November at 11.00 am.
Mike Stranks is a freelance radio producer who's worked extensively in various types of radio stations - including a couple of BBC Local Radio stations. He worked with churches in the South Cotswolds during the first COVID-19 'lockdown' to provide audio/video services for people who couldn't go to church.

For Cotswolds Radio, he’s providing a simple, more informal 15-minute inter-denominational service. Mike is generally the host but will also introduce 'Thought for the Week' contributed by local clergy and lay- leaders.  
On Thursday 05th November at 2.00 pm.
Chris Hancock presents ‘Musical Fireworks’, a medley of classical and music across the decades.
Essential listening - Music with a twist!!
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