From September 9th there will be more interviews with the people that make Cambridge, while hourly news bulletins from 7am to 7pm will draw on the international resources of Sky News, as well as the Cambridge 105 newsteam.
On Weekday mornings 105 Breakfast with Neil & Lottie will now run from 7am through until 10am with a whole hour of classic tracks in Too Good to be Forgotten from 9am. Co-presenter Lottie Booth is also back alongside Neil Whiteside five-days-a-week.
Kevin Peters, Phil Rowe and Linda Ness will share an extended mid-morning programme from 10am, while Glenn & Ellen, Matt Webb and Pete Robbins will take care of afternoons from 1pm throughout September.
105 Drive with Julian Clover will continue to run from 4pm to 7pm on your way home.
Tim Willett, Station Manager, Cambridge 105 said: “We’ve been listening to the people of Cambridge, and in putting together our autumn line-up we’ve responded by bringing in additional news and travel bulletins together with more interviews and features with local people.
“We hope the new line-up will prove popular with both listeners and advertisers alike by offering a consistent output that also reflects the needs of our city.”