The Breakfast Show - the best way to kickstart your day, here on BCB - every morning from 8am. If you missed the breakfast shows this week - don't worry you can Listen Again!
Echoes of Ireland
60 minutes of the very best in Irish traditional music, song and story. The jigs and the reels, the hornpipes and the slides, the sean-nós and the ballads all feature in this lively programme. The final programme in the month is presented entirely in Irish, unique to community radio in England. Here you will hear some of the greatest exponents of traditional music from yesteryear and today. Every Sunday at 12 pm, Monday at 9 am and Wednesday at 12 midday.
The morning magazine show, 11am to midday, Monday to Saturday, with guests and interviews. Presented by Fran Coldrick, Kath Canoville, Claire Kearns, Karol Wyszynski and Alison Widdup.
Stories, interviews, tales, snippets - by, from, with, to and About Bradford.
Hi I'm Myra, I present the Days Gone By programme here on BCB. I work with reminiscence groups around Bradford to bring you memories of life as it it was - first days at school and at work, when Bradfordians lived in back-to-back houses, the war years, exploring the Bradford of yesteryear, Bradford's cinemas, local poets - if you remember it I can broadcast it. The programme goes out every fourth Sunday at 1-2pm, repeated Monday 12-1pm and Thursday 9-10am.
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Carl Gresham - aka The Gresh - and friends. Join Carl and his showbiz friends for great conversation and music.
The Classical Hour - 2-3pm, Mondays, repeated 3pm Saturday - classical music, with Phil Hesse, Karl Dallas, Alan Keeling, and Joe Sheeran taking turns.
From Albinoni to Zipoli, and back again.
BCB XTRA – The voice of young people in Bradford. The XTRA team provide a range of music and speech based programmes. The presenters are aged 13 – 19 and broadcast every day 6.30 to 7pm on BCB 106.6fm.
Asian music & requests, in Urdu, Punjabi and English, interviews with local people, personalities.
Bhangra, Indian and Pakistani film music, qawalis.
Listen to great country music with Peter Fairhead, formerly of Pennine Radio, every Monday night on BCB at 8pm. A mix of current releases, today's Nashville hits, and a few oldies from the last decade or so.
Folk and Roots and Beyond.
Folk Us! is one of the oldest programmes on BCB, having been in place since the days of Festival Radio, with several name changes along the way. Each week we present a selection of new releases and a smattering of classic material, ranging from traditional singers recorded in 1906 to Ray Davies and everything in between. We also have a guest every week, on the phone or live in the studio. These have included Fairport Convention, Martin Carthy, June Tabor and The Demon Barbers, amongst hundreds of others. There's also a What's On covering the area from Derbyshire to Durham. Folk Us! is a Moonologue Production for BCB Radio. www.moonologue.co.uk
Alt Country & Americana - an eclectic mix of the best in alt country & Americana, on alternate Mondays. With John Hebden & Sue Smith.
Into the Buttercup means different things at different times to different people, even to me! Read on for more...
The music is blues, folk and other stuff we like. The chat is up to date and relevant. The opinions are ours and we want to share them with you. Don't forget to boogie!