We’ve got an exciting week coming up at BCB, starting tomorrow where we continue our work with the National Science and Media Museum as part of their Sound and Vision project. Some of you will know that we’ve been working with the museum about our place as part of their new permanent galleries which will open in 2025, but every month volunteers from the project create a 30 minute radio programme. The programme takes a look behind the scenes of the Sound and Vision project by chatting with some of the museum staff involved about the work they are doing and also bringing you the latest news from the National Science and Media Museum. You can hear this month’s show on Wednesday 15th May 6-6:30pm.

Over the past few weeks we’ve been working with students from the Bradford Citizens to make radio programmes about the issues that matter to them. Previous shows have covered topics like racism, but this week pupils from Belle Vue Girls’ Academy looking at mental health for mental health awareness week and how they can support each as Wellbeing Ambassadors. You can hear this month’s show on Wednesday 15th May 6:30-7pm. Finally we’ll be continuing our work with Rainbow Academy. This week we’ll be at the academy, rather than the pupils coming to BCB, to record at their academy library for National Share a Story Month.

Youth Music

BCB will be supporting young people from diverse communities and backgrounds in Bradford to create radio. Find our more about our Youth Music project.
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Making a Difference

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As a part of a recent exhibition at the Science and Media Museum, our BCB volunteers were invited to talk about their lives and the various ways BCB has played a part in them.

This is Shamim’s story:

To hear more stories visit our Above the Noise project page.

BCB106.6FM broadcasts a wide range of radio programmes, reflecting the cultural diversity in the city. We particularly encourage the participation of those communities and individuals who are encountering disadvantage and exclusion, using community radio to bring people together across cultures, neighbourhoods and generations.Find out more about our People

BCB106.6FM offers training and broadcasting opportunities for local people, giving a voice to those individuals and groups who don’t usually have access to the media. We encourage volunteers to gain the skills they need to make their own radio programmes, providing the resources and support for them to do so.Get involved

Radio Venus 2024

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Radio Venus 2024 BCB celebrations International Women's Day 2024. Find out more!


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A celebration of the 75th anniverary of Windrush across the Bradford District. Listen Here

Refugee Week 2023

Tune in for a unique range of distinctly Bradford shows and interviews on Refugee Week 2023.

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Mon 20th May 10:00 - 11:00

Feelgood Factor

The best way to kickstart your weekend.

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Black History Month

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Listen again to a selection of our Black History Month shows celebrating Bradford’s African & African Caribbean communities.

10 Today project

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Let's do 10 mins exercise on the radio! Join us 2pm every day on BCB Radio 106.6fm Read more

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