Cambridge Folk Festival on Cambridge 105

Cambridge Folk Festival on Cambridge 105

The 50th Cambridge Folk Festival takes place between July 31st and August 3rd.

Listen out for live reports from Cambridge 105's Mandy Morton throughout the weekend.

Mandy will also feature the sounds and voices from the Folk Festival on her Mid Morning programme on August 5th.

Remembering Woodstock

Remembering Woodstock

As the Cambridge Folk Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary Woodstock celebrates its 45th.

Join Mandy Morton and Nicola Upson for an Eclectic Light Show Special featuring interviews with Joan Baez, Melanie Safka, Joni Mitchell, Rodger McGuinn, Billy Cox and Judy Collins as they give their first hand accounts of the festival that rocked the world.

Sunday at 2pm.

105 Breakfast every day from 7am

105 Breakfast every day from 7am

The All New 105 Breakfast gets you up and ready for the day with news, weather, travel and laughter.

With Linda Ness taking the High Road for a week Becky Marcus steps up to the breakfast plate.

Join Merlin & Becky every morning next week from 7am.

Cambridge 105 at the Cambridge Rock Festival

Cambridge 105 at the Cambridge Rock Festival

An impressive line-up of local talent including 4th Labyrinth, The Abstracts and 28 Boulevard will perform on the Cambridge 105-New Music Generator stage at the Cambridge Rock Festival.

The Festival will run from August 7 to 10 at the Haggis Farm Polo Club, Barton. Cambridge 105 will broadcast live from the site across all four days and will feature both interviews and live performances. Read the Story >>

Cambridge 105 supports Buskers and Street Performers Festival

Cambridge 105 supports Buskers and Street Performers Festival

Cambridge 105 is pleased to announce its support for the 2014 Buskers and Street Performers Festival.

The Buskers Festival will take place between August 15 and 17, 2014. There will be coverage throughout the event on Cambridge 105, which broadcasts on 105 FM throughout the city and online.

Read the Story >>

Your guide to a Summer of Sport

Your guide to a Summer of Sport

Chris Duerden, Brian Harris and Mike Kirwan are on air every Sunday, taking a sideways look at the week's sporting action in Summer Sportsweek.

From the biggest events, like the World Cup or the Tour de France, to local sports clubs – we'll be covering anything and everything throughout the sporting summer.

Sundays at 6pm.

Renegade Rock

Renegade Rock

Join Mike 'Pavarocki' Hauser every Thursday at 10pm and into the small hours for Renegade Rock.

You'll hear rock, metal and blues and occasionally soul, expertly crafted by Mike around around a chosen theme.

 

Local music live!

Local music live!

Tim Willett presents the New Music Generator featuring the Unsigned Chart: Wednesdays 7pm

Waffle on

Waffle on

The 105 tech team emerge from behind the desk for a sideways look at the world: The Weekend Waffle – Fridays 10pm

Cambridge conversation

Cambridge conversation

Leigh Chambers with Mid Morning music and chat: Mondays & Fridays from 10am

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.

Listen Again

Search Cambridge 105 on iTunes

  • Flavour: Cambridge Cookery School
    On today’s show a major interview with Tine Roche of the Cambridge Cookery School about hands-on cookery courses, her history and work across the city. Sarah Lavelle from Ebury Press has advice about moving from (listen...)
  • Best of the Guests 21/07/2014
    This week, Phil Rowe chats to Karen Burgess from PETALS; Phil also hears from Margaret Greeves, Museum Advisor and Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College about the exhibition, 'Myths, Memories and Mysteries: How artists respond to (listen...)
  • Greg's Afternoon Record Club: Pete Bowery
    Greg's guest on the Afternoon Record Club today is Pete Bowery, manager of the HMV store in Cambridge. Pete Bowery on Greg's Afternoon Record Club Cambridge 105 13th July 2014 by Greg Butler on (listen...)