Cambridge 105 supports #Mission676

Cambridge 105 supports #Mission676

On April 27th Cambridge United director of football Jez George will set out to walk 676 miles – a marathon a day for 26 days.

There's regular updates on 105 Breakfast, 105 Drive and From the Terraces, the Sunday evening football fanzine.

The club is asking for donations to be made through its Just Giving page.

Meet Merlin in the Morning

Meet Merlin in the Morning

Meet Merlin Kothari, he's the presenter of 105 Breakfast, Monday through Friday from 7am to 10am.

Merlin readies Cambridge for the day ahead with local and national news, weather, travel and entertainment.

Julian takes the Wheel

Julian takes the Wheel

Julian Clover and gets Cambridge home with 105 Drive – three hours of news, conversation, sport, travel and weather, plus music that spans the decades.

At 6pm it's 105 Entertainment with the latest Unsigned Chart plus movie reviews from Skye Keable and Hatti Simpson.

All from 4 'til 7 – On Your Way Home.

Take Cambridge 105 with you wherever you are

Take Cambridge 105 with you wherever you are

There's no need to leave your favourite radio station behind just because you're without a radio or even out of Cambridge.

The Cambridge 105 Player lets you listen from your laptop or desktop PC, while with TuneIn, available free for your iPhone, Android, Windows and BlackBerry device you can take us with you, wherever you may be.

Bums on Seats

Bums on Seats

On alternate Saturdays Bums on Seats brings you reviews of the latest cinema releases, covering the whole spectrum of genre and production budget.

The on-air discussion is lively, forthright and often thought-provoking, not least because the team often differ on what constitutes a good film.

Live from 12 midday.

Community Radio in Your City

Community Radio in Your City

Bringing you more local hours than any other station in the area, Cambridge 105 is Community Radio in Your City.

We're run by volunteers, who actually live in Cambridge, with a schedule of contemporary music, news and information through the day, and specialist shows into the evening.

Saturday Lunch

Saturday Lunch

Join Stewart, Zoey & Imogen for your weekly bundle of forgotten retro tunes from recent decades, local guests and features, a look at the light-hearted side of the city’s news, fun and games plus your what’s ons and weekend weather.

Saturday at 1pm.

The Smelly Flowerpot

The Smelly Flowerpot

Music from the edge with a nod to John Peel. Alternate Tuesdays at 9pm

Bookmark

Bookmark

Cambridge writers join Leigh and Alex on alternate Saturdays at 2pm

New Music Generator

New Music Generator

Tim Willett showcases the cream of local music. Wednesdays at 7pm

volunteer

Cambridge 105 needs its team of volunteers to keep it running. Everything from finances to programming is managed by people who willingly give up their time to do something they enjoy – being involved in community radio.

advertising

Are you a local business looking to get your message across the city? Radio advertising is one of the most effective forms of promotion! Commercial partners of all kinds can find out more by clicking here or by calling 01223 967105

promotion

If you are looking to promote an event, cause, group etc. with Cambridge 105, then please don’t hesitate to contact us. Call us on 01223 967105 during office hours, or email: publicity@cambridge105.fm.

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