The Sunday Surgery with Andy Hayes
Join Andy Hayes every Sunday between 4 and 7pm for his ‘Real Good, Feel Good’ show, where he plays the hits that you can’t help but sing along to!
“Welcome to my show page. I’m Andy Hayes, and I’d be really pleased to have your company on Radio Glan Clwyd. I’m a full time Geography Teacher in real life; It’s only on a Sunday that I’m let loose on the air waves. My first show was back in 2003, and although my presenting skills have improved, my jokes definitely haven’t!”
Andy has presented shows across the programme schedule over the years, and has been the host of special events including many radio quiz nights. Andy has also presented shows on student radio whilst he was at university, and on community radio stations. Andy has also starred in two radio plays at Radio Glan Clwyd, playing the part of ‘Buttons’ in Cinderella, and Bob Cratchit in ‘A Christmas Carol’!
In the photographs, Andy helps Lesley and Glyn at Matalan in Rhyl during a collection (above left). Andy gets carried away at the Outside Broadcast at Pensarn Prom Day and takes the driving seat of an old Fire Engine (above right).
Tune in from 4pm on a Sunday afternoon for a show full of great music and features. At 4.45, we have our ‘Hits and History’ feature where we look at the big events from this day in history and play a few of the songs that made number 1 in the charts on this day in the past. And at 5.45, get your popcorn ready for our ‘Big Theme from the Big Screen’ – this is where we choose a movie and play a track from it.
In each hour of the show, there’ll be some Sunday Surveys, and details on local events. We also do the ‘A to Z of Pop’ between 6 and 6.30pm, where we nominate a letter in the alphabet and play the greatest songs by artists beginning with that letter. Your suggestions are always welcome, as are your mentions, requests and dedications throughout the show. Call 584229, 6177 from the wards of Glan Clwyd, or email email@example.com.
One day, Andy hopes to move to a nice house in a big city… 10 Downing Street perhaps? (photo left)
So tune in every Sunday between 4 and 7pm – whether you’re dancing round your dining room, grooving in your garage, clapping along in your kitchen or warbling along on the wards – the Sunday Surgery really is the show that makes you feel good!