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Phoenix FM 98 and Phoenix Theatre: She’ll have to Go By Dennis Rookard on Sunday 15 July at midnight GMT July 15, 2007

Posted by William Spear in >> News, >> Out Basket, >> Radio Drama.
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Today, Sunday 15 July at midnight GMT, UK community radio station Phoenix FM 98 and its Phoenix Theatre airs and webcasts She’ll have to Go By Dennis Rookard. This is the fifth of thirteen weeks of audio drama.

Other Shows in the Lineup

Each Sunday night at midnight GMT, through 9 September, Phoenix FM 98 and Phoenix Theatre will air and webcast audio drama. The upcoming shows are as follows:

  • July 22:  Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Mazarin Stone
  • July 29:  Catty Talk By Anne French
  • August 5:  Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Veiled Lodger
  • August 12:  A Fair Deal By Jill Woods
  • August 19:  Bandits at 4 O’clock By Tony Phillips
  • August 26: Dastardly Deeds By Angela Howard
  • September 2:  Myself and Lady M By Angela Howard
  • September 9:  Waiting for Gordon By Derek Webb

More, More, More 

And that’s not all. The shows, hosted by Dennis Rookard, starts at 10 pm with a mix of folk, classic road and not a few sounds of the sixties and seventies, then at midnight GMT, its curtain up for Phoenix Theatre followed by some easy listening.

What better way to spend a late night Sunday, then in the company of Dennis Rookard?

Original Announcement

To read the original announcement for Phoenix FM 98 and Phoenix Theatre’s thirteen weeks of audio drama, click here.

Contact details:

Phoenix Theatre
Sundays at midnight GMT

Phoenix FM 98
http://www.phoenixfm.com/

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