The Music Machine Says, Je ne sais pas pourquoi!

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I hope you can join me tomorrow, Saturday, at 7 PM UK time for the Music Machine, that's 2 PM on the East Coast of America.!

In hour 1, I'll be looking at one of the many compilation albums released over many decades as we have been doing of late. This time, it is an album called Video Stars on K-Tel, released in 1979, containing many chart hits of the time.

In the Vinyl Countdown, where I play a song direct from a single or LP, we hear about a "Livin' Thing".

Brian D Says Welcome To The Weekend

Hi everyone. Every Friday at 7 PM in Ireland and the UK, that’s 2PM Eastern, your busy stressful working week comes to a close, and I say those all-important words “Welcome to the Weekend”. Tomorrow is no exception, and I’d love it if you could join me, Brian D, for two hours of feel good music and friendly banter, to start your weekend on the right track.

Team Fm Takes You On The Inside Track

Hi everyone. I’d love it if you could join me, Brian D, On Saturday at 9PM in Ireland and the UK, or 4PM Eastern, when I look forward to taking you on the Inside Track once again. It’s the show that contains Album tracks past and present, as well as telling you lots about the tracks played.

Our Time This week is a Special Time.

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Sadly Brian has been ill over the past few weeks. We have dosed him up with some lemon, honey, and perhaps the occasional whisky, and we'll wheel him in front of the microphone to produce the Music Machine. But as for Our Time, well, it's down to me, Lulu Hartgen, and I do hope you can be with me!

For two hours, I'll play some fantastic oldies from the 60's and 70's. There will also be lots of great memories and friendly chat. I always say that music opens the doors onto forgotten times, and in this show, that is no exception.

In the Words of The Temptations, Get Ready for the Music Machine!

Well OK, they didn't quite sing that, but the thought was there I'm sure, and it's a clue to our opening song.

Yes, I'm back with the Music Machine this weekend, Saturday at 2 PM Eastern, 7 PM UK. We've got a lot to get into the show this week.

In Compilations of the past, where we're celebrating some of the best various aartist albums of previous years, we look at Star Tracks Volume 1, a compilation on the Ronko label from 1972.

The Weekend Always Feels Good

Hi everyone. When the Weekend comes around, it always has a feel good factor about it. It’s the time when the busy working week comes to a close, and you get the chance to do exactly what makes you feel good. On Friday at 7PM in Ireland and the UK, or 2PM Eastern, I’d love it if you could join me, Brian D, as I welcome you to the Weekend. I’ll have two hours of feel good music, along with friendly banter, to get you on track for the Weekend that lies ahead.

Team Fm Has The Inside Track

Hi everyone. I’d like to introduce a brand new show on Team Fm that begins tomorrow, Saturday, and can be heard every Saturday, at 9 PM in Ireland and the UK, which is 5 PM Eastern this week, right after the Music Machine. It’s called the Inside Track, and focuses on Album tracks past and present. Not only will I play you some of these great tracks, but I’ll tell you the inside story behind them. We’ll hear from popular artists, as well as those rare finds, which often don’t get played on Radio.

The Weekend Is Always Welcome

Hi everyone. While I would welcome the Weekend at any time, it only comes around once a week. That time is every Friday, at 7 PM in Ireland and the UK, or 3 PM Eastern, as we wait for those American clocks to fall back in line with Ireland and the UK. That’s the time when we can close the shutters on the week that was, and open the Window to the Weekend that lies ahead of us. Two hours of feel good music, mixed with friendly banter is what you need to kick-start your Weekend, which is exactly what I have on offer for you.

Dead Cool Comes To Team Fm

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On Saturday at 9 PM in Ireland and the UK, 4 PM Eastern, I’d love it if you could join me, Brian D, and my good friend Paul Johnston, when our annual Halloween show Dead Cool comes to Team FM.

A Tribute to Bobby Vee, we loved him more than we can say.

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We cannot remember another year where so many well-known celebrities and stars have passed away, which has been the case during 2016. this week, another of our rock and pop legends has gone.

Bobby Vee had everything: a 'cute' look, youthful appeal, and he made good pop records.
he undoubtedly was a teen idol in the early 1960s. According to Billboard magazine, he had thirty-eight Hot 100 chart hits, ten of which reached the Top 20.[
he had 10 chart hits in the UK beginning in 1961.


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