Coffee & Tea on Gateway 97.8

Coffee & Tea – 15th February

15th February 2020
Posted by Tyler Pittaway

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Happy Saturday!

Fraser Saunders back on air this week on Coffee & Tea with Producer Abbey.

So then, what did we talk about on this week’s show?

Some interesting stories:

On this day in music:

  • 1964 – The Beatles scored their first US No.1 album with Meet The Beatles.
  • 1965 – Nat King Cole died of lung cancer.
  • 1977 – Glen Matlock was fired as bass player from the Sex Pistols, being replaced by Sid Vicious.

In your celeb birth  days, we have:

  • Amber Riley – 34
  • Matt Groening – 66
  • Zachary Gordon – 22

For your trip back in time:

Gateway Gold Tracks - All of your favorite oldies!

Gateway Gold is our feature we do around quarter-past and quarter-to, hours during the day on Gateway 97.8. This week on the show, the system found these in the archive:

Brilliant 1960s tracks played on Gateway 97.8
Don’t Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes – Perry Como

Throwbacks to the 1970s on Our Local Radio

T.Rex – Get It On

Classic 80s tracks on Gateway 97.8Don’t Stop Believing – Journey

Classics from the 90s on Gateway 97.8Torn – Natalie Imbrugila

00s tracks on Our Local Radio

Don’t Cha – Pussycat Dolls & Buster Rhymes

10s music on Gateway
Call Me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepsen

And that’s about it! Obviously we played a load of great music which you can hear again on the Gateway listen again service, here!

That’s your lot for this week. Keep listening to Gateway, and we’ll be back with you soon! 🙂

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