105 Breakfast – Weekdays 7am

105 Breakfast – Weekdays 7am

Neil Whiteside and Linda Ness present 105 Breakfast live from Gwydir Street.

There’s news, weather, travel and sport.

Find out what Cambridge has been Tweeting about and see if you can pass the Cambridge University Entrance Exam.

Where’s Flossie – Live! – Holiday Monday 1pm

Where’s Flossie – Live! – Holiday Monday 1pm

More clue hunting fun in the third edition of our on-air treasure hunt Where's Flossie Live!

In this edition 105 Breakfast presenters Neil Whiteside and Linda Ness are pitted against each other. Who will reach the treasure first?

Choice Threads with Chris Duerden – Sunday 7pm

Choice Threads with Chris Duerden – Sunday 7pm

Chris is joined by local promoter and electronica addict Emily Dongray to look at the history of electronic music.

The show marks the Cambridge visit of New York's legendary electronica pioneers the Silver Apples, who play the Junction in September.

Too Good to Be Forgotten – Weekdays 9am

Too Good to Be Forgotten – Weekdays 9am

While 105 Today takes a summer break, Cambridge 105 presenters take it in turns to spin some of the music that's Too Good to be Forgotten.

This week join Neil Whiteside, Brian O'Reilly,Leigh Chambers, Ian Daborn and Rob Chipperfield for their selections.

 

From the Terraces – Sunday 6pm

From the Terraces – Sunday 6pm

As the new season gets underway, Tim Armitage and team are back with the local football show that’s all about the fans.

From the Terraces will follow the season's highs and lows providing comments, previews, reviews and interviews with players and managers.

Polish Waves – Sunday 5pm

Polish Waves – Sunday 5pm

Cambridge-based historian Mike Levy talks to Sebastian about his work. He also explains why POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw is well worth visiting.

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