Monday evening with Fred Hart: An eclectic mix of music with something for everyone. Broadcasting live from home in Cirencester, this week’s show celebrates Burns Night, plus 1950s Rock ‘n’ Roll. After 9 it is the fortnightly Monday Evening Wind-Down.

Music Played

  • Meat Loaf – Bat Out of Hell
  • Meat Loaf – Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad
  • Dave and Sugar – The Door Is Always Open
  • Michael Bolton – Old Time Rock & Roll
  • Noel McLoughlin – The Bonnie Lass of o Fyvie
  • Danny & the Juniors – At The Hop
  • Alisdair Macdonald – Sam The Skull (The Glasgow Cat)
  • Bobby Vee – Rubber Ball
  • Eddie Cochran – C’mon Everybody
  • Big Country – Look Away
  • The Proclaimers – Letter From America
  • Bill Haley & His Comets – Shake, Rattle and Roll
  • Cliff Richard – Move it
  • Skipinnish – Land Below the Waves
  • Runrig – This Day
  • Fats Domino – Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
  • Haley & Michaels – Light At the End of the Tunnel
  • Norah Jones – The Long Day Is Over
  • Everly Brothers – Walk Right Back
  • Kenneth McKellar – The Star O Rabbie Burns
  • Dougie Maclean – For ‘a That
  • Siobhan Miller – What You Do With What You’ve Got
  • Yola – Dancing Away In Tears
  • Frank Sinatra – The Coffee Song
  • Jimmy Smith – The Cat
  • Peggy Lee and George Shearing – All Too Soon
  • Bobby Darin – More
  • Chicago – Hard Habit to Break
  • Stevie Wonder – Lately
  • Fred Astaire – A Foggy Day (In London Town)
  • The Johnny Mann Singers – Up, Up and Away
  • Charley Pride – You’ll Still Be the One