Music from the Decades: 11 November 2010

It was a sort of ‘Late Breakfast Show’ today; I did that deliberately because a lot of my friends were in college when I did last week’s show.

I’m getting to know who the regular listeners are now – Will was in the ShoutBox last week and really enjoyed the variety of music played on the programme. Meanwhile, on the Facebook page, Alex appears to want a shoutout every week!

I got an e-mail from the big boss of 1Radio at the weekend, asking if it would be possible for the biography on my presenter page to be included in the station magazine – 1Mag. I said yes, and also sent a photo of me to accompany it.

The magazine is now live on the 1Radio website. You can access it at, then click on the big picture in the middle of the page. My photo/biog are on the “Who’s New” page (page 16), along with the photos/biogs of the other new broadcasters.

I’ve done 3 shows on a Thursday morning; starting from next week I’m going to try doing a few afternoon shows, just to try broadcasting at a different time of day, and see how that effects the number of listeners.

So my next show will be on Wednesday 17 November from 16:00 UK time.


  • The Crickets – That’ll Be the Day
  • Opening Jingle: Fred Hart Opening ID (including Madness featuring Ian Dury – Drip Fed Fred)
  • The Pretenders – Kid
  • Del Amitri – Always the Last to Know
  • Roxette – It Must Have Been Love
  • The Jackson 5 – I Want You Back
  • The Beatles – The Long & Winding Road
  • Chris Brown – With You
  • Jingle: Fred Hart Opening ID (including Madness featuring Ian Dury – Drip Fed Fred)
  • Greek Track: ??????? ???????????? – ??????? ??????
  • Rod Stewart – Handbags & Gladrags
  • The Police – Message In A Bottle
  • Alphabeat – Fascination
  • Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World
  • Cutting Crew – Died In Your Arms Tonight
  • McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stopping Us Now
  • Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett – Its 5 o’ Clock Somewhere

Fred Hart

Stock Controller and Radio Presenter/Producer

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