2020-10-11

JP's Golden Years - Edition 5 - Saturday, 10 Oct 2020 - PODCAST AVAILABLE NOW

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Besides of the four hour long weekly edition of Europe's favourite Eurovision Radio show there is a new two hours oldies show with music from across the decades from the 50s to the 2010s hosted by JP from Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience. All kinds of music is possible and also your requests are welcome.

This week's edition of the show aired on Saturday, 10 October 2020 from 1700 - 1900 hours CET (1600 - 1800 hours UKT) via Radio Wymondham in the United Kingdom - click here to listen.  The show airs also on Castlepoint FM in the United Kingdom. The schedule details will follow shortly.  But also a copy of the show will also be available on this website and uploaded to the the Radio International PODCAST server.

You can submit your comments and request via this link to JP's Golden Years - click here

Programme Segments are:

  • The Mad Half Hour to get you into the mood for the music of our life
  • Hits and Headlines for you to guess which year is featured
  • The Best of Europop
  • A TV Theme Tune or Radio Theme Tune to remember
  • The UK Top 20 Chart Countdown from 22 September 1991

The Show is available at:
  • Radio Wymondham, United Kingdom
  • Castlepoint FM, United Kingdom
  • Go Go Radio Gibraltar
  • on the website of www.radiointernational.tv
  • Mixcloud Channel of Radio International
  • PODBEAN, Itunes, Spotify and various PODCAST Channel
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 THE PLAY LIST

Hour 1

1.
Aztec Camera
Somewhere in my heart
Number 3 in Apr 1988

2.
Mike Oldfield and Maggie Reilly
Moonlight Shadow
Number 4, Jul 1983

3.
Rod Stewart
Young Turks
Number 11 in Dec 1981

4.
Henry Manchini
Theme from the Thornbirds
1982

5.
New York City
I'm doing fine now
Number 20 in Jul 1973

6.
Tom Jones
What's new pussycat
Number 11 in Aug 1965

7.
DÖF
Codo
Number 1 in 1983 in Europe


Hits and Headlines: 1964

8.
Manfred Mann
Do Wah Diddy Diddy
The UK's 175th Number One for 2 weeks in Aug 1964

9.
Honeycombs
Have I the right
The UK's 176 Number One for 2 weeks in Sep 1964

10.
The Supremes
Baby Love
The UK's 181st Number One for 2 weeks in Nov 1964

11.
Herman's Hermits
I'm Into Something Good
The UK's 178th Number One for 2 weeks in Oct 1964

12.
Cilla Black
You're My World
The UK's 170th Number One for 4 weeks in Jun 1964

13.
Sandie Shaw
(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me
The UK's 180th Number One for 3 weeks in Oct 1964

14.
The Dave Clark 5
Glad All Over
The UK's 161st Number One for 2 weeks in Jan 1964

15.
Moody Blues
Your wildest dreams
1986


Hour 2

UK Top 20: 1988-10-09

UP: 5
DN: 9
NM: 2
NW: 4

1.
D Mob
We call it Acieed
Number 3 in Oct 1988

2.
T'Pau
Secret Garden
Number 18 in Oct 1988

3.
Beatmasters with PP Arnold
Burn it up
Number 14 in Sep 1988

4.
Kim Wilde
Never trust a stranger
Number 7 in Oct 1988

5.
Pasadenas
Riding on a Train
Number 13 in Sep 1988

6.
Pet Shop Boys
Domino Dancing
Number 7 in Sep 1988

7.
Inner City
Big Fun
Number 8 in Sep 1988

8.
Phil Collins
A Groovy Kind of Love
Number 1 in Sep 1988 (2 weeks at Number 1)

9.
Jason Donovan
Nothing can divide us
Number 5 in Sep 1988

10.
Wee Papa Girl Rapperes
Wee Rule
Number 6 in Oct 1988

11.
Erasure
A little Respect
Number 4 in Oct 1988

12.
Rick Astley
She wants to dance with me
Number 6 in Sep 1988

12.
Hollies
He ain't heavy he ain't my brother (re-issue)
Number 1 in Sep 1988 (Number 1 for 2 weeks)

13.
Womack and Womack
Teardrops
Number 3 in Aug 1988

14.
Bobby McFerrin
Don't worry be happy
Number 2 in Sep 1988

15.
U2
Desire
Number 1 in Oct 1988 (Number 1 for 1 week)

16.
Whitney Houston
One moment in Time
Number 1 in Sep 1988 (Number 1 for 2 weeks)
The official theme for the 1988 Olympic Games held in Seoul, South Korea.