BCB Music Showcase
Another chance to hear BCB's finest specialist music programmes
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The best way to kickstart your weekend.
Presented by: Donnel Usher
Slices of Bradford life. On today's show:
Carole Moss reports on the launch of the Fair Work Charter.
Race Equality Network tell us more about Islamophobia Awareness Month
Bradford City boss Graham Alexander gives his thoughts after their weekend win over Accrington.
Presented by: Fran Coldrick
Battenburg are Richard Sara and Owen Whitehouse.
The show derives it's name from the 4 squares that make up a slice of Battenberg. A square is a topic of conversation and Richard and Owen each bring 2 squares - 'blind baked' which means that neither knows what the others square is prior to the show.
The show is a one hour conversation interspersed with music which introduces the topics.
Tune in to 10 minutes of physical activity everyday. It's good for you and fun to do!
Slices of Bradford life, with guests, music and chat. On the show:
Yasmin Khan tells us about Staying Put’s Christmas appeal
Professor Paul Rogers, Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at University of Bradford, gives us the latest on the Israel-Hamas war and truce
Bradford City boss Graham Alexander gives us his thoughts after their weekend win
Presented by: Robert Gibson
How to grow anything and everything, indoors and outdoors in Bradford.
Recorded on their allotments, or in the greenhouse if it's raining. Growing in backyards, pots and indoors too, including 'Plant of the week', what's to be done throughout the week and answering listeners' questions
Presented by: Martin Bijl, Sarah White
The voice of Bradford's young people.
Presented by Ethan Johnson
Punjabi folk songs and chit chat.
Presented by: Bindra Kaur
The best in country music
Presented by: Peter Fairhead
Both Sides Now
Late night music from both sides of the Atlantic
Presented by: Kevin Downsworth
BCB Music Showcase
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.