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7.00pm-8.00pm Monday DAVES INDULGENCE with DAVE de KORT

I was born and brought up in Leicester but have also lived in Holland, Blackpool and more recently spent 25 years in North Wales. During this time, I did both Community and hospital radio’s and also spent 6 years recording and editing audio programmes for the blind.

I cannot honestly say what my favourite taste in music really is. It’s quite a mixed bag, usually melodious, tending to be based in or around the 60’s and very often falls into the “Easy Listening” category.

My Monday evening slot between 7 and 8 is for me a total indulgence. An hour when I thoroughly spoil myself and get to play all of my favourite music, and hopefully some of yours too.

I would love to hear from you if you if you would like to comment or suggest a tune for me to play, please leave a comment at the bottom of this page

283 Comments

  1. Filbert Fox says:

    Will be sad to see you go Mate…

  2. Dave says:

    Hi Dave,
    Thank you so very much for playing Misty for myself and Jill tonight on what sadly is your last program.
    We would both just like to wish you all the best Dave with all that you do in the future and will miss this hour very much that we spend with you every week.
    Thanks very much for your wonderful programs and music over all this time take care my friend
    Dave and Jill (mrbuster9815)

  3. FRLLy and TARA says:

    Ohh! Dave we really have enjoyed listening to your programme and singing with you in the DCR Revue Team..we will miss your input
    ledurachd mo graidh

  4. Dave says:

    Hi Dave,
    Thank you so very much for your good wishes to Jill and myself and for playing my Night Before Christmas Song on your great show.
    We are getting on ok my friend just that I still can’t play at the moment and I am hoping that may change in time I will just have to wait and see.
    I am sorry not to be replying till now but we could not listen to your program till today and yes have still been listening and enjoying it very much.
    We are very sorry to hear that next week is your last program and are going to miss tuning in to a wonderful hour of music with you every week, so we will be with you on Monday as always.
    We would be very grateful if you could play for us Misty by Jonny Mathis next week a big thank you in advance.
    Can I now wish you your very good lady and all your family as well as all your listeners and everyone at DCR a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy Peaceful New Year.
    Take care look after yourself my friend
    Jill and Dave (mrbuster9815)

  5. DAVE de KORT BIDS FAREWELL WITH FINAL PROGRAMME says:

    Hi folks,

    This Monday (Dec.29th.) will be my last on DCR. I’d like to thank all of you who write in, some of you on a regular basis, with requests for records or just lovely comments. Believe me they are much appreciated. It’s been great fun playing our music on a Monday evening together and I wish you all the best for the future. It would be great if I could play you your favourite one last time in the show.
    Either way, have yourselves a lovely Christmas and I wish you all the very best for the new year !

    Kind regards,

    Dave

  6. Steve Heatley says:

    Hi Dave
    Great show again this evening, sorry to hear next week is the last.
    Merry Christmas
    Steve (Sky1962)

  7. Steve Heatley says:

    Hi Dave
    A few problems in trying to get connected, heard some, will try for the repeat on Wednesday. Always an enjoyable show Dave.
    All the best
    Steve.Sky1962

  8. Dave says:

    Hi Folks,
    It appeared that quite a few people couldn’t receive the show last night for reasons that escape an old totaly non technical brain like myself ! I can only hope that Wednesdays or Sundays repeat will be better.
    If any of you would like a festive record in my Christmas show on 22nd, could you let me have it this week please.
    Thank you so much for listening to Daves Indulgence and your lovely comments. I really do appreciate them ! It’s nice to know that so many folk enjoy the same sort of music as myself.
    Be carefull on the run up to Christmas and I’ll look forward to your company next Monday.
    Kind regards,
    Dave

  9. Diana says:

    Oh No!?
    Is it just me or can any one else not hear this tonight?
    I hope to be able to hear it on a repeat.

  10. Ade Nicholson says:

    Hi Dave,

    Hello from Mold in your former home of North Wales.

    I will try to catch your show on Monday. Good to be in touch again after many years. I’ve seen the message from Big Al and it would be good to hear his request played for all the former Radio Lion volunteers and listeners. Radio Lion ran from 1981 until 2000 at the Countess of Chester Hospital. Pleased that you were a part of it too!

    Ade Nicholson (Former Radio Lion Chairman)

  11. mary lynch says:

    Hi there – managed to listen today to the recording of Daves Indulgence. Once again a lovely programme just the job. Truly relaxing hour. Keep it up Dave.

  12. Alan Minnery says:

    Hi Dave
    Can I submit a request for all former members of Radio Lion, Chester, who might be listening?
    Perhaps you could play Chuck Berry singing “No Particular Place to Go”, and explain to your listener(s) what Radio Lion was.
    Keep up jthe good work, Dave

    Big Al

  13. Diana says:

    As always a brilliant show Big Bro. I do miss the YouTube spot with your very talented contributors.
    Have you ever done a ‘guess the year’? Where you play 2 or 3 songs (maybe the film/radio slots fit into it as well.
    Can I request ‘Whadda you wanna make those eyes at me for’. I always remember singing that as a child and driving everyone mad.
    I hope you manage to play Ashleys song as I love that one too.
    Please give my regards to all the family at your end

  14. Steve Heatley says:

    Hi Dave
    Great show again this evening, many thanks for the show and the kind words.

  15. Ashley says:

    Hey grandad, really enjoying the show
    Would you mind playing fats wallers “I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter”?
    I really love that song
    Hope you’re doing well!
    Love Ash

  16. Wim Karmelk says:

    Hi Dave, is there something wrong with the ability to place messages on this page? I can not imagine that your popularity is decreasing because “Dave Indulgence” is still a lovely walk down “Memory lane” and there are often songs that I think: “Hey, a nice song that I can try myself.” Thank you for playing my Country like version of “Cry”. It is always a pleasure to hear my name announced by you. Somehow it gives me a feeling of being just a little famous!

  17. Diana says:

    I hope that ‘Dave de Korts’ Golden Greats’ includes that beautiful song that you sang for me for my birthday.
    Thank you soooooo much
    Perhaps you could play one for Steve de Kort from me. How about Cho Choo Ch’ Boogie? I think he likes Louis Jordan??

  18. mary lynch says:

    Enjoyed the show Dave. Listened on Wed 15th Oct. You said you had recorded a programme because you were playing at the Argyll. I enjoyed that night too! What a great guy you are and talented too.

  19. John Bogie says:

    Hi Dave,
    listened in tonight, Wonderful music yet again,
    Nat King Cole is Incomparable !……………I run out of superlatives for that man !
    keep up good work,
    Best Wishes,
    John B.

  20. Diana says:

    The site would not let me post here (too long I think) so I have sent you an email.
    Loving the show especially Sunday when we are treated to a double whammy which I record!!!

  21. Diana says:

    Hi Bruvver.
    Please; if you join the Foreign Legion, can you let me know where to meet you?
    Although I am not always able to listen to your live program, I ALWAYS manage to record your Sunday show as it usually includes a double whammy.
    I thought you handled your Gremlin extremely well. It must have seemed a very long long road when the Gremlin arrived. You soon showed it who was boss!
    You gained the points on the theme tunes from the radio which were as familiar as old socks, I just knew not their names. Nothing new there then.
    Yesterday I flew to London to see ‘Electric Boogaloo: The Wild Untold Story of Cannon Films’, directed by Mark Hartley. I thought he did a good job and I would love to be able to see this and the documentary THE GO-GO BOYS,(which premiered in Cannes, and was directed by the delightful Hilia Medalia), as a back-to-back feature.
    Unfortunately I did not get to hear the arrangements for The Argyle in time to attend. I have promised my grandson, Samuel, that I will take him to Scotland and I would love to have been at one of your performances. Perhaps we could arrange a ‘Fan-of-Dave de Kort- (re)Union’ at one of your performances? I am sure we fans would have a great time despite how embarrassing you would find it. Ha ha ha ha ha.
    Incidentally, we seem to be of the same mind so often. I wanted you to play Barry White, My Everything, for Samuel as this is the song his lovely Mom, Toni, always sang to him from the moment of conception. Too late as you per-emptied me. Then I watched a film PECKER, loving the title track ‘Happy go lucky me’ only to have you play (I presume the original) by the wonderful Norman Wisdom (also one of the Golan stars). You got there before me on both counts!
    It is probably too late but could you mention our family past and present?
    As I have always been more than happy with your choice of music, I will leave this entirely up to you as I leave my 66th year.
    BIG LOVE to you and your excellent listeners.
    Diana

  22. Wim Karmelk says:

    Hi Dave, many thanks for playing my song “Just the way you are.” Even though I have to listen to it so many times while recording it, it’s always something special to hear it again in your show, announced by that special dark brown voice of yours. It was again a very pleasant hour of varied music and I wish you many beautiful broadcasts coming on. Thanks again my friend! Wim (The Mustache)

  23. John Bogie says:

    Hi Dave,
    Listening in to your show tonight, great work as usual,
    Many Thanks,
    Best wishes to you and the Baroness,
    John B.

  24. Diana says:

    Hi Big Bro.
    Thank you so much for playing a tribute to the legend that was Menahem Golan. We miss him terribly of course.
    I have been his right-hand/Girl Friday for many many years and so there is great big sad Menahem-shaped hole in my life.
    Can I request a song for my precious friends, his daughters, Ruth, Yael and Naomi and his dear wife Rachael?
    Could you please play one of your songs? I do enjoy your beautiful baritone voice.
    Merci and give thanks for our blessings.
    Your lil’ Sis.

  25. Steve says:

    Hi Dave,
    Big Thanks for playing my tune this evening.
    Great show.
    Regards
    Steve (sky1962)

  26. Steve says:

    Hi Dave
    Great show tonight, pleased I was able to listen this evening.
    Cheers Dave
    Steve (Sky1962)

  27. DAVE de KORT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO FILMMAKER MENAHAM says:

    DAVE de KORT TO PAY TRIBUTE
    It is with great sadness we learn of the passing of DCR listener and Dave de Kort supporter Producer-director Menahem Golan
    The Israeli-born Menaham Golan was a showman as well as a filmmaker who worked with his cousin Yoram Globus to form Golan-Globus . Together they churned out a string of successful films of the B-level variety, like Charles Bronson’s Death Wish sequels, The Last American Virgin, and Enter the Ninja. Their action films would have a particular impact, including Chuck Norris’ The Delta Force and Missing in Action, Golan and Globus also courted higher-profile talent, including Sylvester Stallone for Over the Top and Cobra, and properties like Superman IV: The Quest for Peace and Masters of the Universe.
    Dave de Kort will pay tribute to his celebrity listen in his next programme Monday at 7.00pm

  28. DCR SUPPORTER MENAHEM GOLAN PASSED AWAY AGED 85 says:

    Hi Big Bro.
    It is with the greatest sadness that I have to tell you and your listeners that, yesterday evening Menahem Golan passed peacefully away.
    His family and I were by his side.
    I know you used to show some of his films in your cinema in Blackpool so could you play now a song for him. Anything you choose.
    Thank you for my dedication last week. Great choice!

  29. Diana says:

    Dear Big Bro.
    Regarding our comment about growing up: I think we should NEVER grow up and that is a beauty of getting older, that you can become younger in your mind.
    I wish your listeners would come back to your comments page. I know that they still listen to your really enjoyable program.
    It felt like a part of a community. Wishing each other well.
    I also miss them.
    I look forward to hearing my request next week.
    I look forward to a lasting peace, as the vast majority of people here would also love to have.

  30. Fox trott says:

    Since the new footie season is almost here, I think its time to play the “post horn gallop” or the “frank worthington song”…….

  31. Diana says:

    For the first time since I ‘found’ you again after nearly 40 years, I missed your show.
    You know of course there is a good reason.
    I got caught up in a very tragic war.
    Please play any song that asks peace.
    Maybe the Lennon. I dont mind. You choose.

  32. John Bogie says:

    Sorry Dave, missed your show again this week, will listen in next week, good to see you and your good lady last week, hope to see you there next time, meanwhile, keep up the good work on here, best wishes,
    John B.

  33. Dave says:

    Consider it done Diana.
    Thank you both for your kind words.
    Dave

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