The NMG Takeover: Motor Tapes

The NMG Takeover: Motor Tapes

Lee Tomkies from Motor Tapes joins Tim Willett for the latest New Music Generator Takeover. Cambridge 105 NMG Takeover – Lee from Motor Tapes – 29/10/2014 by Timw2014 on Mixcloud… more

New Music Generator: Soothsayer

New Music Generator: Soothsayer

Tim Willett presents the latest releases from Mortal Tides, Gary Hellman, F.O.X, Glenn Godfrey, Lil Trizzle and Young Son. He’s joined in the studio by Anthony, Ed and Josh from acoustic trio Soothsayer who perform live. The Unsigned Chart has a shock in store this week as the new entry from Lunacre storms to the… more

Davey Hammond’s Smelly Flowerpot: Lost Lungs

Davey Hammond’s Smelly Flowerpot: Lost Lungs

Davey Hammond’s studio guests are Stowmarket band Lost Lungs; there’s an interview with Wooden Arms, recorded before their recent gig at the Cambridge Junction and hear tracks from the new LP by psych folktronica artist Jane Weaver.… more

105 Drive with Julian Clover: Dot Dot Dot & The South

105 Drive with Julian Clover: Dot Dot Dot & The South

Julian speaks with Katharine Hibbert of Dot Dot Dot is looking to safeguard empty properties by matching tenants with landlords. We then hear from Dave Hemingway, once of The Housemartins, The Beautiful South, and now The South – they’re at The Cambridge Junction on Friday.… more

105 Drive with Julian Clover: Leddra Chapman

105 Drive with Julian Clover: Leddra Chapman

Julian chats with singer-songwriter Leddra Chapman. She’s a friend and collaborator of Ed Sheeran and has received national airplay. She’ll be back in Cambridge at The Portland Arms on November 3rd.… more

Greg’s Afternoon Record Club: Sam Harrison

Greg’s Afternoon Record Club: Sam Harrison

The guest in Greg’s Afternoon Record Club this week is Sam Harrison. Sam is a Lincoln born singer songwriter, whose fresh and quirky songs have graced stages at Glastonbury, the Edinburgh fringe and the 2012 Olympics, but who still occasionally comes down to Cambridge to sing and perform at The Alma Sessions. Sam Harrison on… more

The Science Show 25/10/2014 – World War One, the Chemists War

The Science Show 25/10/2014 – World War One, the Chemists War

How the First World War, that began in 1914, put the world’s chemists to work making chemicals to harm as well as heal though overall with horrific outcomes. The author of two books about the First World War, Dr Michael Freemantle will remind us that Chemistry was not only the destructive force in the war… more