Here we go with another four hours of the finest oldies music programme you will find on your radio. We start at 9-00 with the best selling singles and news stories from February 1975, listen out for Slade, Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel and Kevin Johnson. We have an update on St Albans City Football Club with Ian Rogers at 09-45, just after 10-00 we Value A Disc, pay tribute to Maurice White from Earth Wind And Fire and Ken has buckets of nostalgia between 10 and midday.
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On this week's Music Lab, we welcome local artists The Neverists back into the studio.
The band will be chatting to host Alex McKay about their music and influences, we'll be taking a listen to tracks from their album 'More Bite Than Bark', the band have picked out a playlist of songs featuring The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits and The Misfits and to top it all off they will be performing live in the studio.
Make sure you tune in this Friday night at 8pm, and get in touch with the band at Facebook.com/rvmusiclab and Twitter.com/RVMusicLab.
This interview took part as part of Sustainable St Albans week on November 24th 2015. Natalie Bennett is a British politician and journalist who has led the Green Party of England and Wales since September 2012.
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