New Show The Spotlight is coming to CCR on Saturday nights at 9pm.
The show is presented by comedian Julia Watson, and is largely based on stand up comedians and music.
You can catch the first show tonight at 9pm
You could be a lucky winner!
We’re running a competition on air and on our website. The competition is closing 20th Monday at 7pm just after Drive At Five … you could be a lucky winner of a custom made, designer clock – perfect for any kitchen or office!
All you have to do is go to the competition page and answer a very simple question. Use the form on that page to send us your answer, or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org, or even give us a call: 0845 806807 and see if you can be the winner!
The prize has been designed by Sunflow Ltd – more information on the competition page!
All you need to do is tell us who invented the radiator – was it:
a) Franz San Galli
b) Alexander Graham Bell, or
c) Thomas Edison
Pretty easy, huh?
All correct answers go into a draw and one lucky winner will be chosen at random to win this fine prize! Entries close at 7pm Monday, so head to the website NOW, and get your answer in!
We need your help! Please watch the video and share our radio appeal for a new training floor in the Marconi Water Tower with as many people as you can! Thank you!
Hey are you interested in volunteering at a community radio station? Would you like to be part of CCR? Well nows your chance!
From 12 noon to 3pm Chelmsford Community Radio are holding an open day at the Moulsham Mill on Saturday 18th April. We get lots of enquiries every day from people who want to help fundraise, promote, present and support us.
If your interested in getting involved, please come along to find out more about our station, we would love to see you there.
As World Autism Awareness Day approaches on 2 April, Sam Wonfor talks to the rather fantastic Robyn Steward, who has made it her business to speak up for people on the spectrum and help those who aren’t to understand them better – for everyone’s benefit.
Robyn Steward was born three months early and lives independently in London with 10 disabilities including cerebral palsy, dyslexia, dyspraxia, prosopagnosia (face blindness) and lax ligaments. She was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, which is on the autism spectrum, when she was 11.
You can read the full story here
From 3pm every week day, Ben Kearns is at the helm with the CCR ‘Ignition’ show, featuring his own mix of music, plus all the best bits from the rest of the week, including the evening and non ‘peak time’ shows.