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!
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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A daily TV / radio news / current affairs programme, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, airing on over 850 stations and pioneering the largest community media collaboration in the US.
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.
Local peoples' lives: talking to the many active citizens of Bradford, hearing their stories, listening to their music. One community, many voices.
Carole's guests have included: Geraldine Howley, chief executive of Bradford's main social housing provider Incommunities; Imani Hekami, musician and composer; Karl Dallas, journalist, musicologist, human shield, political activist, story teller, singer, musician ... BCB's answer to Desert Island Discs.
Extraordinary poetry, music & chat, presented and written by Little Brother at 1pm on Saturdays, and repeated on Wednesday at 1pm.
The Afternoon Stretch - guests, music and events - 2 to 4pm, Tuesday to Friday. Presented by Dave Hodgson, Alan Keeling, Janet Davis, Tina Watkin and Bob & Brenda. Topics of interest to the recently retired, mixed with some great period music.
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.
Simon Ashberry plays the best of local bands, new releases and more besides - every Thursday from 8pm to 9pm.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your say on what you think of the show. You can listen again to previous editions of Bradford Beat by clicking on the links below:
Jun 13 Jun 6 May 23 - Threadfest special repeat May 16 - Threadfest special May 9 May 2
Yorkshire Music Collective - presented every Thursday, 10-11pm by Michelle Dalgety. The show features music from unsigned bands across the UK, interviews with bands, promoters, venues and people generally involved in the local music scene. All artists are invited to send tracks for radio play to email@example.com and add their events and news to the Facebook group to be read out during the show.
The Punk Show. Punk. Post-punk. AND. Never-was-punk. With Pete Chapman. Broadcast every other Thursday from 11pm to midnight, we aim to play anything that sticks the middle finger up to the expected, including the studded-jacketed variety of punk. Drawing heavily on musical influences from 1976-1986, and keeping a very keen eye on NOW. Expect the unexpected. Punk is in your head not your wardrobe (or your music collection for that matter).