Radio Programme

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Title of Radio Programme: ‘Sit Back, Relax and Enjoy’ Format: Adult Contemporary (Oldies) Time of Show: Drive (4.00 pm- 7.00pm)
Concepts:
I. SPACE Radio’s Sit Back, Relax and Enjoy show aims to help people to get their mind off work/school and bring back 'the good old days' feeling with the help of hit adult contemporary songs from the 60s to 90s. The overall idea of the show is, by tuning in, listeners can put their stress and problems aside and relive their font memories from back then so that they can end of the day with a good note. It is a very chill and relaxed radio show, where listeners are able to let loose and interact with the DJs during the different show segments where it is further elaborated on.

II. According to Robert Fontenot (Fontenot, 2016), Adult Contemporary (Oldies) is pure pop oldies from 1961 to the birth of soft rock in the early 70s. AC as it is understood today features the lighter side of the radio, but the classic sound of AC remains lush 60s pop, often vocal-based and rooted in traditional European styles. The genre generally targets people of 30 years and above, where they can enjoy their favourite hits back in the day in this generation. However, it also targets the younger generation because it makes them appreciate the good old classic songs that their parents love.

III. Research on local and overseas radio shows (With the similar time format)

Local: Station | Language | Genre | Name of Show | 883 JiaFm | Chinese, English | Adult Contemporary | 娜么有铭(We are That Famous) | Gold 905 | English | Classic hits, Oldies | Homestretch | Kiss 92FM | English | Adult Contemporary | John Klass | Warna 94.2FM | Malay, English | Adult Contemporary | Adi 3-6 Puluh | Class 95FM | English | Adult Contemporary | Cartunes | Capital 95.8FM | Chinese | Classic hits, Oldies | 下班生力军(The Get-Off-Work Army) | Love…...

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