07:00 - 08:00 Early Breakfast
Ross Watchman presents a great variety of music to start your Sunday. And why not have a go at his weekly brainteaser? [More]
08:00 - 10:00 John Gannon's 60s Scene
John Gannon selects tracks from Jimmy Justice, The Dixie Cups, Amen Corner, Edwin Starr and others. He's got the usual features, including the 'Almost Made It', and 'Should Have Been a Single', and the Top Ten Chart taken from 11th April 1961. [More]
10:00 - 10:30 The Business of CambridgeListen Again
Tools. How do you spot a problem and build a tool to solve it? We hear from Michael Wells, MD of digital asset management software company Third Light and Richard Hobson from cattle tracking tool Herdsy. Plus, essential tips from John Bridge OBE on starting a new business. 8/10 [More]
10:30 - 11:00 Cambridge - In Pursuit of Equality
A 6-part docuseries from Conscious Communications in partnership with Cambridge 2030. In this episode Alison Taylor talks to Simon Humphrey, senior manager of sustainability at Arm and Jane Paterson-Todd, CEO of Cambridge Ahead, as well as members of the Cambridge community, about the impacts of the Cambridge phenomenon, and how sustainable growth might be achieved. [More]
11:00 - 12:00 BookmarkListen Again
Bestselling author, Jeffrey Archer, joins Leigh Chambers to choose his favourite music and talk about his new novel, Turn A Blind Eye. Crime writers Mick Finlay and Syd Moore discuss basing fiction on real life. And Helen Scales explains how her fascination for the deep sea inspired her new book The Brilliant Abyss.
12:00 - 13:00 What You Might Have Missed
In this week’s show we’re on the trail of the Cows About Cambridge; we hear from one of the victorious captains from The Boat Race; how the mystery artists behind Dinky Doors reacted to the theft of their latest piece. And the Cambridge University student who’s become a Tik Tok sensation. Presented by Ian Daborn.
13:00 - 14:00 From the Terraces
The weekly football show by the fans, for the fans. Tim Armitage wraps up Saturday's action involving Cambridge United, Cambridge City and Histon, plus previewing the local women's fixtures. [More]
14:00 - 16:00 Sunday Supplement with Tony Barnfield
This week’s bill of fare from Tony Barnfield includes news of the UK Sleep Census, with sleep expert Professor Colin Espie, and how the pandemic has affected the musical endeavours of Mike Paul-Smith’s band Down for the Count and solo singer Jo Ash, plus the ever-eclectic sounds on disc, the theme tune quiz and impressionist Alistair McGowan from the archives on his love of the piano. [More]
16:00 - 17:00 Jazz Today
Pete will be featuring new music from saxophonist Joe Lovano, drummer Edward Perraud, vocalist Rudi Neuwirth and guitarist Tom Stephenson. Not forgetting the quartets Bad Uok and Shrine, the quintet Nezelhorns and a band with Peruvian roots, Phisqa.
17:00 - 18:00 Polish Waves
Sebastian Lesniewski reflects on his encounter, back in 2001, with the legendary Polish singer Krzysztof Krawczyk, who recently passed away, and presents lots of great Polish music. Plus, another extract from the Nobel Prize-winning Olga Tokarczuk’s newest book Czuły narrator (The Tender Narrator).
18:00 - 19:00 History of Sound
Emily Dongray explores film scores and soundtracks through the ages. [More]
19:00 - 20:00 The Big Band Show
John Hammond previews tracks from the band Down for the Count; they're new album "At the Cold Stores" is released at the end of the month. There is also music from The Don Lusher Big Band, Ray Charles and many others. [More]
20:00 - 21:00 Let The Good Times Roll
Jackie Bond presents the best rock 'n' roll from the 1950s through to the bands keeping the music alive today. [More]
21:00 - 22:00 Love the Pig
Nick Barraclough presents an hour of music celebrating The Flying Pig public house. [More]
22:00 - 23:00 Stagger
The alternative music show with rap, electronica and experimental music. [More]
23:00 - 00:00 Evening Under Lamplight
Robert-Louis Abrahamson attends to different aspects of Moving: moving around, running away, moving back home, staying put. “Everybody’s moving, if they ain’t already there,” as Dylan says. You are invited to attend. [More]
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