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Summerfest Radio, Bucks' and Oxon's own local radio station, is going live again from Sunday 19th June, to preface and celebrate the Haddenham Beer Festival 2016. It will be on air until the day after the Summerfest Beer Festival, on Sunday 3rd July.

The radio station will broadcast live from 6.00am to 10.00pm, each day for two weeks, featuring a playlist to delight all lovers of today's music, as well as classic pop and rock tracks from yesteryear -- all interlaced with intelligent conversation, engaging banter, local news, weather and traffic reports.

You can also enjoy Summerfest radio overnight, keeping you company in the late evening and throughout the small hours.

It all makes for a great listen!

Tune in from this Sunday 19th June on 87.9FM, or on the internet via Summerfestradio.co.uk

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