Drama at Radio Verulam thanks to Company of Ten

Abbey Theatre-based Company of Ten has joined forces with St Albans’ own Radio Verulam to produce a number of radio plays to be broadcast on Sunday evenings over the next couple of months.

The company recorded and aired its first play, an adaptation of “The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” by Mark Waghorn, from Radio Verulam’s newly refurbished studios last autumn, and has just finished recording a complete set of plays which have all been written by members of the established CoT Writer’s Group.

SOULSHOW PLAYLIST 20th August 2016:

Our first twin track from the Average White Band pictured along with some great songs from...
1 This Old Heart Of Mine The Isley Brothers
2 Once Bitten Twice Shy Vesta Williams
3 Funkin' For Jamaica Tom Browne
4 Falling In Love Sybil
5 Fire Girl The Commodores
5 Then Came You Detroit Spinners
6 All Night Long Lionel Ritchie
7 Its Critical Billy Paul
8 Lets Go Round Again Average White Band
9 For Your Love Average White Band
10 When Your X Wants You Back Surface
11 Thinking of You Sister Sledge


Tune in at 9-00am this Saturday for the definitive oldies programme with Dereck Staines and Stephen Hall.
Starting off with our Flashback at 9 you will hear the music and the news from August 1984, at 12-15 it’s August 1977. Ian Rogers from The Saints City Trust will bring us up to date with results and fixtures regarding St Albans City Football Club at 9-45 and SJH has loads of nostalgia between 10 and midday.

SOULSHOW PLAYLIST 13th August 2016:

If you were away last week you missed
1 I Want Your Lovin Curtis Hairston
2 A Night In New York Elbow Bones And The Racketeers
3 Crazy (For Me) Freddie jackson
4 Love x Love George Benson
5 Show You The Way To Go Jacksons
6 Yah mo be There James Ingram
7 Lifetime Love Joyce Sims
8 Thats The Way (I Like It) KC & The Sunshine Band
9 Get Down Tonight KC & The Sunshine Band
10 Steppin' Out Kool & The Gang
11 Give Me The Sunshine Leo's Sunshipp
12 Do It To Me Lionel Richie


Lock on this Saturday at 9am for another four hours of the finest oldies music programme you will find on your radio. We start with the best selling singles and news stories from August 1969, listen out for The Rolling Stones Crosby, Stills and Nash and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Ian Rogers from The Saints City Trust will have his first report of the new season at 9-45, just after 10-00 we value a disc, and Kens back this week with his nostalgia between 10 and midday.