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Who’s on Today
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
THE A TO Z OF POP! - FEATURING THE YEAR 1979
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01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
COMEDY HOUR
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02:00 PM - 02:30 PM
AT THE HOP
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02:30 PM - 03:00 PM
THE MUSIC BOX
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Our Presidents
 

SARAH KENNEDY
 
Top broadcaster and TV personality Sarah Kennedy is President of Radio Horton. Sarah, who lives in London but also has a country home in South Warwickshire, first began her broadcasting career for the British Forces Broadcasting Service, but later moved to BBC Radio 2 as an announcer and news reader.

From there she has gone on to work on such television programmes as Game For A Laugh, Holiday, Looking Good And Feeling Fit, The Animals Roadshow, Daytime and Busman's Holiday.

Sarah presents her own weekday show (6am to 7.30 am) on Radio 2 and sometimes stands-in for Terry Wogan on the network's breakfast show. She also presents several of the station's evening series including Thicker Than Water and Speaking Volumes.
 
 BOBBY BRAGG
 
 
Radio Horton's Vice-President, Bobby Bragg has been in show business for over 29 years. He started as an impressionist and comedian and has progressed through summer seasons and pantomimes to television's top warm-up man.

Bobby, who lives just outside Banbury, has worked on virtually every game show, situation comedy and chat show made by the BBC or ITV networks - to date well over 4000 television programmes.

A highly talented entertainer, he has worked on such diverse shows as Supermarket Sweep (it is his voice you hear doing the commentary during the trolley dash), Gladiators, Keeping Up Appearances, The National Lottery, Family Fortunes and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

In 1998, he was the warm-up man when British episodes of the smash-hit American series, Friends were filmed in London, and he made newspaper headlines when - because of studio delays in recording until 3am! - he ordered 600 pizzas for the audience. Happily, the TV bosses did pay up!

Bobby's TV appearances include One Foot in the Grave, The Brittas Empire, The Upper Hand, Bullseye and the aforementioned Supermarket Sweep.

He keenly supports Banbury's Hospital Station and when time allows he very much enjoys popping down to our studio below F Ward for a chat. Bobby has recorded several very entertaining half-hour interviews with Ted Hanson, one of Radio Horton's two founder members.

 
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