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St George's Day

Today’s Programme Schedule – Monday April 23

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: MONDAY APRIL 23 YOUR STATION, YOUR TEAM, YOUR COMMUNITY Listen online www.puritansradio.com On your mobile phones via tunein app iPhone/Android Phones/BlackBerry, iPad and Wi-Fi Radio Overnight/Early Morning, MUSIC MIX A mix of music from the 50’s to the hits of today. 9.00am – THE GOLDEN YEARS – 1955 – Ray Oxley Sixty minutes of […]

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listen again… (Non-Music Programmes) – March – April

We are now offering you the chance to hear again, some of our non-music programmes, the ones currently available are listed below, scroll down for the programmes, click on link, beware there is a gap between the interview links. Thursday April 5 – LOCAL SPORT INTERVIEW (CYCLING) – IN CONVERSATION WITH ROGER GOLLICKER, PRESS OFFICER, BANBURY […]

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Puritans Radio is a voluntary non-profit making community radio station which operates from Banbury for the people in the Banbury area and anyone elsewhere in the world who has connections or wants to be connected with the Banbury area. We would like to give new people the chance to be part of us, either live […]

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Competition Winners: Congratulations to Scott Wiggins and Liam Reading who won tickets to see Football Legends, Bryan Robson and Ron Atkinson – Wednesday February 28

Scott Wiggins won the pair of tickets to see Bryan Robson and Liam Reading the pair of tickets to see Ron Atkinson, both our winners are from Banbury. Draw was made during Stew Live with Stewart Green. Many thanks to everyone who took the time to enter, and a special thanks to Kevin Baker (BWI […]

Guests On-Air/Football Interviews – Saturday January 20

Saturday Sports Special – Football, Banbury United V Basingstoke Town. Due to the cancellation of the football, we spoke in the studio to George Nash, Banbury United player, who signed a new contract earlier, Phil Lines, Chairman, Banbury United and Luke Carnell, Banbury United player with presenters Tom St John and Dave England.