We are Your Cambridge 105

We are Your Cambridge 105

We're Cambridge 105, the community radio station for the City of Cambridge. Our Daytime shows provide a mix of local news, travel and guests from around the city, underpinned by a mix of contemporary music handpicked by the presenters.

After 7pm Cambridge 105 Primetime showcases the widest range of music to be found on the radio in Cambridge.

105 Breakfast every day from 7am

105 Breakfast every day from 7am

While Linda's away Nissi T joins Merlin Kothari on the breakfast show that's exclusively for Cambridge.

There's What the Beep?, plus music from the Unsigned Chart, Community Desk and the return of 105 Breakfast’s very own friendly cab driver Cab 139.

Set the alarm and don’t be late for 105 Breakfast, back from 7am.

Seeing you through the traffic

Seeing you through the traffic

Weekdays from 4pm Julian Clover gets Cambridge home with 105 Drive – three hours of news, conversation, sport, travel and weather, plus music that spans the decades.

There's the Weekend Gig Guide and Jake covers all the local weekend sport.

Bookmark: Saturday 1pm

Bookmark: Saturday 1pm

This week’s studio guest is journalist and author, Sarah Vaughan whose debut novel, The Art of Baking Blind, is a delicious story about cakes, competition and relationships. We also have interviews with Publishing Director Sarah Lavelle on what makes a good cookbook.

And author, Ellee Seymour talks about Shop Girls, which explores the lives of five women who worked at Heyworths, the former upmarket Cambridge department store which reigned on Sidney Street from 1928 - 1965.

The Eclectic Light Show: Sunday 2pm

The Eclectic Light Show: Sunday 2pm

Mandy talks to Byrds frontman Roger McGuinn about his early music, The Byrds, George Harrison, Bob Dylan and the creation of the jingle jangle sound that The Byrds were so famous for.

Timothy Spall talks about his role in Mr Turner and Nicola previews a James Elroy event in Cambridge and flags up some great book ideas for Christmas.

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.
From the Terraces.

Cambridge Artists to record charity single

Cambridge Artists to record charity single

CASUS and Cambridge 105 to benefit from proceeds of Do They Know It's Christmas?

How to Listen

How to Listen

You can tune to Cambridge 105 on FM radio across the City of Cambridge and on computer, tablet or phone. Here's How.

Community involvement

Community involvement

Cambridge 105's OB unit Flossie recently went on the road to with kids from Year 10 of the Ernulf Academy, St Neots

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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