Cambridge 105: Remembrance

Cambridge 105.FM joined veterans, politicians and members of the armed forces this weekend to mark Remembrance Sunday. Crowds gathered around Cambridge War Memorial to honour those who have died in conflict, past and present.

Cambridge 105.FM joined veterans, politicians and members of the armed forces this weekend to mark Remembrance Sunday. Crowds gathered around Cambridge War Memorial to honour those who have died in conflict, past and present.

Cambridge 105: Women Glide

A local flying club has held their first Women Glide event to encourage more females to take up the sport.

(Cambridge 105.FM) A local flying club has held their first Women Glide event to encourage more females to take up the sport.

Cambridge 105: Race For Life

Thousands of women put on their running shoes this weekend for Race For Life 2015 at Parker’s Piece, Cambridge. The UK’s largest female-only fundraising event takes place across the country each year to raise money for cancer research.

(Cambridge 105.FM) Thousands of women put on their running shoes this weekend for Race For Life 2015 at Parker’s Piece, Cambridge. The UK’s largest female-only fundraising event takes place across the country each year to raise money for cancer research.

Cambridge 105: AlexFest

Cambridge residents descended on Gwydir Street, Cambridge to celebrate the city’s second annual AlexFest event this weekend.

(Cambridge 105.FM) Cambridge residents descended on Gwydir Street, Cambridge to celebrate the city’s second annual AlexFest event this weekend.

Cambridge 105: Wheelchair Basketball

East Anglia’s only women’s wheelchair basketball club – the Eastern Blue Stars – held an open tournament in Cambridge to raise funds and recruit players.

(Cambridge 105.FM) East Anglia’s only women’s wheelchair basketball club – the Eastern Blue Stars – held an open tournament in Cambridge to raise funds and recruit players.

Shisha bars: The rise and fall

The number of shisha bars has increased six-fold in parts of the UK since the smoking ban was introduced in 2007. New figures released by local councils in the Midlands show some cities have opened lounges for the first time. Meanwhile, unlicensed shisha venues have also experienced a boom. Sally Nicholls has the story.

The number of shisha bars has increased six-fold in parts of the UK since the smoking ban was introduced in 2007.

New figures released by local councils in the Midlands show some cities have opened lounges for the first time. Meanwhile, unlicensed shisha venues have also experienced a boom. Sally Nicholls has the story.

New Wave Worship

As congregations decline rapidly across the UK, some churches are bucking the trend. Sally Nicholls finds out how, and asks: Is it time we shed tradition and embraced change?

As congregations decline rapidly across the UK, some churches are bucking the trend. Sally Nicholls finds out how, and asks: Is it time we shed tradition and embraced change?