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Mark finds out about Giving Tuesday - a chance to do something good tomorrow.
Late night music and entertainment. Get in touch. Call 0345 30 50 007.
22:00 - 1:00
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire joins BBC Radio 5 live.
1:00 - 4:00
As BBC Radio 5 live01/12/2015
On Air Now Start Time 19:00 - End Time 22:00
The best of Cambridgeshire's sporting action.
The Sports Hour30/11/2015
Join Chris Mann for your latest local news, travel and weather.
Chris Mann’s Drivetime30/11/2015
Join Jeremy Sallis for a feel-good factor listen, your requests and lots of fun.
Join Paul, as he's talking about what you're talking about. Join in on 03459 25 2000.
The Big Conversation with Paul Stainton30/11/2015
Dotty McLeod and the breakfast crew bringing you all your news, entertainment and fun.
The Dotty McLeod Breakfast Show30/11/2015
Answering questions from everyday chemistry to quantum physics.
Post-match reaction including interviews with Shaun Derry and Graham Westley.
Cambridgeshire Sport: The Post-matchWith Peter Swan (28/11/2015)
Supporting unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar musicians in Cambridgeshire.
BBC Introducing in Cambridgeshire28/11/2015
Walk Right Back with Steve Line - the music you grew up listening to.
Walk Right Back29/11/2015
Pam Mungroo brings you the latest news, faith views and great music.
Sunday Breakfast with Pam Mungroo29/11/2015
Comedian Noel Fielding tells Nick Carter of his obsession for Cambridge and Syd Barrett.
Searching for Syd
Volunteers from Peterborough Salvation Army talk about rescuing slavery victims.
SLAVERY: Salvation Army
Darragh MacAnthony discusses Peterborough's resurgence in form under Graham Westley.
"I'm loving my football again" - Darragh MacAnthony on Peterborough's recent form
Prof Robert Tombs explains why Thomas Clarkson was the most successful student activist.
SLAVERY: St John’s College
Dr Sean Lang discusses the Wisbech man who fought the establishment.
SLAVERY: Thomas Clarkson
Posh fans raise funds for a life-size statue of former player and manager Chris Turner.
Chris Turner: Statue fund launched
The epic movie Cambridgeshire's been waiting for. James Blonde - Licence to spill.
A special documentary about the experiences of refugees in Cambridgeshire.
Listen to a special documentary marking the 70th anniversary of VJ Day.
5 hours ago
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