Pop thinking


Dec 13th, 2015 | By | Category: Pop thinking

Sunday lunchtime seems an opportunity for local radio stations to play old records. Perhaps it would be hard to compete with the national broadcasters and their high profile line ups on Sunday current affairs shows, perhaps younger audiences are still in bed or out engaged in leisure activities, but their seems a perception that the schedule can accommodate music for middle aged people. Music from the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties filled two hours of a schedule today, tunes instantly identifiable at a distance of four decades.

Despised by the intellectuals, …