BCB Music Showcase
Another chance to hear BCB's finest specialist music programmes
The best way to kickstart your day
Echoes of Ireland
Music, chat and news
Presented by: Joe Sheeran
The Feelgood Factor
Presented by: Donnel Usher
Slices of Bradford life
Presented by: Fran Coldrick
On the show today:
Aspolling day comes closer, the full list of candidates has now beenrevealed for the Bradford district.BCB's Ann Morgan has that list for us.
AntibioticsResearch UK have reported that the risk that anti-microbialresistance poses to the way we live – and how little peopleconsider the issue to be a threat. 99% if the population are notfully aware of its impact.
10million lives could be at risk as the threat of superbugs grows,already contributing to more than 700,000 deaths each year.
LastFriday saw the doors of Richard Dunn Sports Centre closing it'sdoors to the public. However, Saturday saw the £17.5 millionSedbergh Leisure Centre opening!Bradford Council'sSports FacilitiesManager, JohnCoulton tellsus more about their plans.
Followinglast year’s successful tree planting day, Bradford Cathedral willbe once more encouraging people to come and help bring greenery backto parts of the city.
The latest news on the fantastic research coming out of University of Bradford
Presented by: Marcus Rattary
Carl Gresham & Friends
Showbiz chat with the Gresh
Presented by: Carl Gresham
The Classical Hour
Presented by: Alan Keeling
Today we have the music of Bruckner 7th Symphony in E Flat Major, Mozart Piano Concerto no 20 in DMinor KV 466, Karl Jenkoins Sanctus From the Armed Man, Albinio Adagio in G Minor, Chopin Nocturne in E Flat Major Op 92, Verdi Vespri Sicilliani Overture.
The Cycle Show
The latest Bradford cycling news!
Presented by: Dave Carpenter, Benji Charlton
The voice of young people in Bradford.
BCB's Urdu language programme
Presented by: Lubna Khalid
The Country Show
The best in country music
Presented by: Peter Fairhead
Music, guests and what's on in the folk world
Presented by: Tim Moon
The Man in the Station
More tracks than Network Rail!
Presented by: Mike O'Leary
Bring it on Home
Bluesy, country, folky stuff
Presented by: Alan Anderton
About the BCB Schedule
BCB broadcasts a wide range of speech based and specialist music programmes, as well as local sports and live events. Our weekday daytime programming is speech led, moving into community programming at 6pm, the BCB Extra Youth strand at 6.30, Asian language programming at 7pm and finishing with an eclectic range of specialist music from 8pm onwards.
The weekend schedule reflects the local sports scene, community language programmes as well as outside broadcasts and the chance to catch up with the programmes you’ve missed during the week.
The programme schedule changes daily with over 80 new programmes broadcast throughout the week.