Schedule

1:00

BCB Music Showcase

Another chance to hear BCB's finest specialist music shows

8:00

BCB Breakfast

The best way to kickstart your day

Presented by: Joseph Emmett

9:00

Peace Music

Music and chat with special guests.
Presented by Ben Mussanzi

10:00

Democracy Now!

World current affairs

Presented by Amy Goodman

11:00

About Bradford

Slices of Bradford life

Presented by: Ian Forward

On the show:

- University of Bradford Open Day taking place this weekend: Naomi Sharples, Dean Of Higher Education

- New Stores Opening in Bradford Broadway: Ian Ward, Broadway Centre Manager

- Radio 119's fortnightly piece: Podiatry with Pauline Atkinson from Bradford District Care Trust

12:00

One-2-One

Music and chat with the people who make Bradford tick
Presented by: Carole Moss

Today's guest is Kate Fox - stand-up poet, Radio 4 broadcaster and speaker

13:00

BCB Showcase

Another chance to hear a BCB gem from the last 7 days

13:30

Race Matters

With Bradford's racial justice team
Presented by: Maureen Grant

14:00

Afternoon Stretch

Guests, music and events

Presented by: Alan Keeling,Tina Watkin

16:00

Drive

News, Interviews and music

Presented by: John Hebden

18:00

Press Start

Games and consoles
Presented by Rachel Barraclough, Derek Dogherty

18:30

BCB Xtra

30 Minutes of Madness
Heavy sounds from DJ Moshua

Presented by DJ Moshua

19:00

Bradford Spice

BCB's Urdu language programme
Presented by: Liaquat Hussain

20:00

Bradford Beat

Local bands, gigs and new releases

Presented by: Simon Ashberry

22:00

Yorkshire Music Collective

The local music scene

Presented by: Michelle Dalgety

23:00

The Punk Show

Punk, post punk and never-was-punk

Presented by: Pete Chapman

0:00

Rock The Planet

The only truly global rock and metal show!
Presented by: Alvin Adey

1:00

BCB Music Showcase

A selection of BCB's finest specialist music programmes

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.