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Sounds of the 40s

Dave Dawes Presents Sounds of the 40s

Friday and Sunday

Time Zone: GMT 24 Hour Clock 
Show Start Time GMT: 01:00 - 10:00 - 17:00 - 23:00
Show Duration: 60 Minutes

About Dave Dawes

"Regular listeners to Sounds of the 40s will tell you that this is a real eclectic mix of music and genres from the 1930s and 40s with requests and all the latest event information on vintage events from around the UK and beyond.

What’s more when armed with a list of a listener’s favorite tracks Dave is more than happy to pull together an hour’s show just for you.

Your host Dave Dawes is one of the co-founders at 1940s Radio Station and likes nothing more than to dig out tracks and artists as a result of requests from you the listener.

He is just a slightly off-center guy (read mad!) that loves life in general and is always up for getting involved in events whether that be as a DJ, MC, Sound Engineer or simply visiting with his "Mrs", Sammie J."

If you spot Dave at an event in the UK make sure you say hello because no doubt there will be a button badge or two in his pocket to take away.

An hour of vintage classics with Dave Dawes every Friday and Sunday with Sounds of the 40sShow Sponsor

Sounds of the 40s is sponsored by

The 1940s Sweet Cottage Tea Rooms,  Nottingham

Contact Dave

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