Easy Like Sunday Morning
6am - 10 am
The musical hangover cure.
Musical Alka Seltzer; fizzy, sweet tunes to help settle your stomach.
Non-stop genre-melting music to ease you in to the morning after the night before.
Get The 80s
10am - 11am
Non-stop 80s music; and trust us when we say we don't just play the hits.
Relax, don't do it, when you want to go to it. Relax, don't do it, when you want to sock it to it.
Sound advice to live by from Frankie. Makes perfect sense to us.
The Sunday Service
11am - 2pm
And on the sixth day God created Manchester; then on the 7th day he sat back and listened to the tunes that echoed from the clubs and bars of that great place; and he was happy.
Get The 90s
2pm - 3pm
Non-stop 90s tunes.
Ahh the 90s lyrics were the best; our favourite piece of lyrical magic is Beck,
"With the plastic eyeballs/ Spray-paint the vegetables/ Dog food stalls with the beefcake pantyhose."
We honestly couldn't have put it any better ourselves.
The Sunday Service Resumed
3pm - 6pm
It's that weird time of the week, the limbo land between day and night, weekend and week. Even talking about it is making us feel tired and drained.
There's only one thing for it - a bath in Perrier water, Champagne on ice, Indian head massage and The Buzz Mcr playing Sunday Service Vibes in the background.
What? Isn't that how everybody spends Sunday afternoons?
The Big Slice Radio Show
6pm - 8pm
The Big Slice Radio Show brought to you by Paul Owen & Denis Ferrige showcases classic tracks and the latest up and coming bands. This is the show with its finger on the pulse of the very best new artists out there.
Safe As Houses with Tommy D Funk
8pm - 10pm
The Eclectic Mix. A bit of everything is the only way to describe these two incredible hours with Tommy D Funk, brought to you direct from NYC.
10pm - 12am
DJ/ Producer/ Songwriter Queen B delivers two hours of incredibly soulful House music.
It might be deep, disco, jackin, uplifting or funky, but it will definitely touch your soul.
12am - 6am
Music to help soothe the 24-hour-party-people, the revellers, the wide-eyed, the chasers of the dawn.
I'm not being funny but it's Sunday night/Monday morning - don't you have to get up for work tomorrow?