BBC 3CR Saturday 16 July

0600: Justin Dealey includes Sixties at Six; the Turkey coup; Dennis Locorriere talking about his career and selecting Sam Cooke and XTC songs; Change Project domestic abuse charity; live music by BBC Introducing act Katy And The One; Wheel Of Four Tunes; listener Glen meeting Chas’n’Dave; the Thirty Second Challenge (listeners plug events)

0900: Treasure Quest: Jonathan Vernon Smith sings Disney and Depeche Mode as he  presides over the race by Annabel Amos to the Geddington flower festival and Tim Wheeler to the Walnut Tree pub

Noon: Mike Naylor’s Music Mix begins with the Tams, R Dean Taylor and the Maisonettes and includes Hits’n’Headlines and interviews with local musician Phil Crocker and blues guitarist Walter Trout

1400: Sally Riceman broadcasts live from the Bedford river festival

1800: Bernie Keith’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Heaven begins with The Wanderer by Dion whose birthday is celebrated on the show

2000: BBC Introducing: the raunchy Tom Grennan, the passionate Elijah Miller and the gritty Wholls are among the acts who play live as Gareth Lloyd hosts the show from the Bedford river festival

BBC Radio Bristol Saturday 16 July

0500: Martin Evans talks to Simon Strain who plays Brunel on the SS Great Britain as he builds up to the Bristol Harbour Festival

0600: Ali Vowles includes interviews about an FGM protest,  the Bath memory walk, a film on drugs and the Bristol Harbour Festival, plus live music by Ria Timkin

0900: Dr Phil Hammond’s health hour covers the music memory box for people with dementia, valve surgery for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and 3D printing of living tissue; Happy Hour guests are musician Aaron Catlow and comic Cerys Nelmes; and the final hour features live music by Gill Landry.

Noon: The 12 O’Clock Show with Livvy and Chrissie features guitarist  John E Vistic and an item on dog adoption

1300:  That Richard Lewis Saturday Thing has quality music throughout, beginning with the exquisite Chris Rainbow and includes Marcus Keppel-Palmer expertly dissecting David Bowie’s Young Americans

1500: Emily Chiswell’s show has lots of Bristol Harbour festival coverage, plus comedian/gardener Luke Keen and teenage volunteers at Underfall Yard

1800: Geoff Barker’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Party begins with the 1988 version of Runaround Sue by Dion whose birthday is celebrated throughout the show

2000: BBC Introducing in the West links up with the Larmer Tree Festival in Salisbury where BBC Wiltshire’s Marie Lennon gets excited about her first visit and live acts include the eccentric Kid Carpet and the lovely Fenne Lily