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SAFM EASTER SCHEDULE (article first published : 2000-04-17)

If you don’t feel like being part of Easter celebrations, then stay close to your radio over the Easter weekend – there’s a wide and varied programme on offer.

Good Friday (April 21) kicks off with Crack of Dawn hosted by Jazzaar Raad. There will be no edition of AM Live but John Orr will play classical music from after the News at Seven until 09h00. The Bruce Millar Show takes to the air at 10h00 followed by Woman Today at 11h30 and Will Bernard’s The Friday File at 12h30. However One O’Clock Live will be replaced at 13h00 by Serenades, a lighthearted music programme by Wouter de Wet, who examines the origins of Nachtmusik, Serenatas, Staendchens and the like. In afternoon, Rafe Lavine will have an extra hour for his PM Jive from 14h00 to 17h00. Rodney Trudgeon will be in the studio earlier with Sundowner Classics starting from 17h00.

On Family Day (April 24), Jazzaar Raad will have an extra hour for Crack of Dawn until 07h00 when John Perlman and Tumi Makgabo will be back in the studio to present AM Live. In their normal time slots will be the Tim Modise Show, The Bruce Millar Show, Woman Today and Total Exposure. Instead of One O’Clock Live, Peter James-Smith promises something fascinating in Something about Easter Eggs? at 13h00. The rest of the afternoon continues as normal except that Rodney Trudgeon will have an extra hour for his Sundowner Classics from 17h30 to 19h30 in the absence of The Market Update.

Freedom Day April 27 sees another extended programme for Jazzaar Raad and a shorter edition of AM Live. Everything then stays on track as normal until 13h00 when the news and current affairs show is replaced by a repeat of Millennium Quiz, an amusing hour of local celebrities being caught out by quizmaster Tony Lankester, recorded “live” at the end of 1999. Other repeats are Peter James-smith’s documentaries on the Anglo South African War. Both Boer War Documentaries will be broadcast between 17h00 and 18h00.




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