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“Community Keyboards” Oldham Community Radio 99.7FM
« on: November 24, 2018, 12:40:58 AM »
If you used to listen to The Organist Entertains you may be interested in the below.

Oldham Community Radio is broadcast on 99.7FM by Ian Wolstenholme.  Being a community radio station, their FM signal reaches across much of the Greater Manchester/Cheshire region - and that it!!  But Ian has an 'on-line' version of his program which can be accessed from anywhere, and all his previous programs are listed for you to listen to.

Ian has interviews with Artistes on his program, which are brilliant! And he caters for Electronic Organs too, which The Organist Entertains had stopped doing.

So have a look at ...

http://www.communitykeyboards.com

If you click on the LISTEN page you will find Ian's 'Keyboard Music' (mostly organs) to listen to.  Also, if you scroll down you will see that Ian has put a LINK to the Tierce-de-Picardie Forum (bottom left).

Ian will be including the Winners of the Tierce-de-Picardie New Challenges in his programs.

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Re: “Community Keyboards” Oldham Community Radio 99.7FM
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2019, 10:20:19 PM »
Oldham Community Radio - December Broadcast

Ian Wolstenholme, who runs Oldham Community Radio, has included the 'Winners' of the September Challenge in his December Broadcast.

The 'Winners' were:
Brian Dawson with Our Day Will Come
Charles Hughes with Trumpeter's Lullaby.

Click the below to go to the page where you can find his broadcast (do a right-click to open it up in a New Window).

https://communitykeyboards.com/editions/

When you get there, scroll down the page to find it:



The TDP bit starts at 45:30 on December 2018 - Edition 2.

The January Broadcast is at the top of the screen (same URL):



Both Editions are from the Oktoberfest held in Huntingdon recently, so no TDP 'Winners' in this one.

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