About Radio Cambridgeshire

What is BBC Radio Cambridgeshire?

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire is the BBC’s local radio station covering the county of Cambridgeshire including Cambridge, Peterborough, Huntingdon, St Ives and the Fens.

What is the remit of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire?

The station offers a range of news and information about the editorial area along with national and international news. The programmes range from three hours speech on the weekday breakfast show through to an afternoon mix of celebrities, entertainers and local people and places of interest. In addition to our weekday output of news, entertainment and sport, we also have specialist Faith shows, BBC Introducing shows platforming the counties best under-the-radar bands, gardening, specialist music and science shows.

From breaking news to great music, from bin collections to big celebrities the station aims to provide information and entertainment from and about Cambridgeshire.

If you wish to comment further on the remit of BBC local radio, you can contact BBC Feedback or BBC Complaints.

History of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire originally broadcast from studios on Hills Road in Cambridge and are now at a base at the Cambridge Business Park on Cowley Road. With a largely rural county mixed with the academia of Cambridge, the diversity of Peterborough and the rural life from the fens, we work hard to create a listen that works across the patch to all walks of live – (Silver award winners in the recent national radio awards, Frank Gillard Awards).

With a stable currently boasting the likes of Benoit Stephenson, Dotty McLeod, Chris Mann, Jeremy Sallis, Sue Marchant and Thordis Fridriksson (to name but a few) we have a track record of attracting top talent to the station.

Chris Morris started his radio career at Radio Cambridgeshire and other national broadcasters who started their careers at the station include Matthew Amroliwala (BBC News 24), Nick Barraclough (BBC Radio 2), Ian Peacock (BBC Radio 4), Martin Popplewell (Sky News) and Mark Saggers (talkSPORT).

How to listen

95.7FM (North of the County) and 96FM (South of the County) and 1026AM and on Digital. Listen online too via bbc.co.uk/radiocambridgeshire.

Contact

To contact the team on-air: 08000 85 95 96

To report a travel problem: 0300 123 3551

Breaking news: 01223 287133

Main switchboard: 01223 259696

Email: cambs@bbc.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bbcradiocambridgeshire

Twitter: @bbccambs

To submit a "what's-on" to be read out on-air, email: cambs@bbc.co.uk.

(please give us as much notice as possible and include a contact number)