7.40 and 8.40
School Leavers' Special in which
DAVE LEE TRAVIS helps you to make the most ot what you have got.
Today highlighting the South of England
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The Golden Hour and Our Tune
Simon says: 'In The Golden Hour, we try to link musical memories from the 50s, 60s and 70s with events that were happening at the time. For example, did you know that this very week in 1964 Roy Orbison was the first American to top the charts for two years with his single 'It's Over,' that Dean Martin was 45 and that a Beatles concert in Australia had to be halted, while the group appealed to the fans to stop throwing jelly babies at them?'
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