Ronnie Barbour’s Probationary Period: Saturday 10am

Ronnie Barbour’s Probationary Period: Saturday 10am

Ronnie Barbour brings his individual style to Cambridge 105 with a Saturday morning show live from our Gwydir Street studios throughout December.

 

105 Breakfast: Weekdays 7 – 9am

105 Breakfast: Weekdays 7 – 9am

Neil Whiteside is back on 105 Breakfast joining Linda Ness live from Gwydir Street to get your day off to the best possible start. There’s news, weather, travel and sport plus the best in morning music including your requests.

Try to identify the Cambridge location in Where’s Flossie? And what's the 8.45 track?

To Good to Be Forgotten: Weekdays 9am

To Good to Be Forgotten: Weekdays 9am

Every weekday morning at 9am Mark Hickford plays you the songs that make up the music of your life.

Mark plays you some of your favourite songs as well as taking a look at some musical birthdays from this day in history.

You'll hear classic hits and a few songs that got away, all of them Too Good to be Forgotten.

 

Bums on Seats: Saturday 12 noon

Bums on Seats: Saturday 12 noon

The last show of the year overflows with the spirit of adventure, as we review Paddington, Night In The Museum 3, Kon-Tiki and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. We also talk to Jacque Woolley from Saffron Screen about their 2015 plan for pop-up cinema in the town and village halls of Essex and Suffolk.

Toby Miller is joined by a seasonal crowd of Emma Marchant, Sarah McIntosh, Mark Liversidge, Yosra Osman, Simon West, Stef Smith and Jack Toye.

Bookmark: Saturday 1pm

Bookmark: Saturday 1pm

Leigh Chambers and  Alex Ruczaj head back in time on this weeks Bookmark. The studio guest is historian, TV presenter and bye-fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Helen Castor. She chats to us about her latest book Joan of Arc – A History and how she’s tried to cut through the myths to reveal the real Joan to readers.

We also talk to critic and historian, Jenny Uglow, about bringing the Napoleonic Wars to life in her new book In These Times – Living in Britain through Napoleon’s Wars.

From the Terraces: Sunday 6pm

From the Terraces: Sunday 6pm

If you follow local football then join Tim Armitage, Matt Lockwood, Chris O’Donnell, Steve Warne and Joe Armitage as we follow Cambridge United, Cambridge City, Histon and St Neots through another exciting season.

Order the Cambridge charity single

Order the Cambridge charity single

Purchase the NMG Collective version of Do They Know It's Christmas?

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Mike's 13-hour marathon for EACH

Mike's 13-hour marathon for EACH

Cambridge 105 presenter Mike Hauser is back raising money for East Anglia's Children's Hospices.

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