6am - 10 am
Musical caffeine for your soul.
Non-stop genre-melting music to kick your arse into the brand new day.
Like musical jump leads to help get your motor running (unless of course your alternator is knackered).
10am - 11am
Non-stop 80s music; and trust us when we say we don't just play the hits.
We would sincerely love to have you all over to ours for an 80s knees up, but we're only making plans for Nigel.
Sorry about that.
Maybe next time.
11am - 2pm
Having a s*!* day at work?
Don't worry we've got the tunes to help you survive the workday.
Songs from across the genres and across the decades.
You know that feeling you get when someone borrows your stapler and doesn't put it back again?
Well the music here isn't anything like that feeling.
2pm - 3pm
Non-stop 90s tunes. Expect the unexpected.
Where were you in the 90s?
Strolling around town in a parka saying 'nice one' a lot? Or wearing stripy jumpers and making holes in your jeans so you could feel like Kurt?
Either way, it was all good.
3pm - 6pm
Whichever way you travel; by car, bus, train, tram, bike or riding through town on a horse wearing a poncho - the horse that is - either way, we have got the soundtrack for your return journey.
We'll get you home safe and SOUND.
6pm - 10pm
This is Manchester, where the weekend begins on a Thursday, and sometimes even on a Wednesday, very very occasionally on a Tuesday too.
You get the gist.
This is the soundtrack to the long weekend we call life.
10pm - 2am
As another day comes to a close, we've got the soundtrack to help you relax and unwind.
The musical equivalent of pouring honey on your head, letting it trickle along your forehead, down your nose and into your mouth.
Everybody does that, right?
2am - 4am
Remember when you were young, you shone like the sun?
Now there's a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Music to help soothe the 24-hour-party-people, getting in from the night before.
4am - 6am
Sounds for the early riser and the late returner.
Serious question; what on Earth are you doing up at this hour?
Enough already, get to bed.