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!
Carl Gresham - aka The Gresh - and friends. Join Carl and his showbiz friends for great conversation and music.
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.
Our Top Ten - broadcast at 9am on Wednesday and repeated 12 noon on Saturday - is the programme that brings local community groups, charities, businesses and other interesting people into BCB studios to play their ten favourite records and to discuss their organisation.
Bradford Voices, 1pm Tuesdays, a thirty-minute show produced and presented by Paul Kearney and Kevin Archer.
The idea is simple: we go out and meet extraordinary ordinary people with Bradford connections and let you hear their voices and stories - and their choice of music.
That's all there is to it...
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.
A documentary by Peter Crowther on the iconic Odeon cinema building in Bradford city centre.
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.
All those jazz myths of inaccessibility, psychotic time-signatures and instrument strangulation are exploded every four weeks on Jazz Scene, Tuesday evenings 8pm to 9pm.
Every fourth Tuesday at 9pm - a tour-de-force of music, culture and flavours, with Matthew Waddington - eclectic, varied. jazzy - music from a borderless world.
Presented by Lorna E, aka Lorney McGrawney, From Here is a many-headed beast. It gobbles up music and current affairs at a local and national level. It snuffles around being irreverent and exploratory. It dislikes authority without wisdom. It’s a bit of a mule. Albeit one that likes funk and funkiness and requiem masses.