There isn’t a pay-cheque at the end of the week, but there is a lot of satisfaction to be gained from working in a community radio station. We are growing all the time and it takes a lot of activity behind the scenes to keep the ‘machine’ running smoothly. Perhaps you have experience in one […]Read More Volunteers wanted.
After wowing audiences as the lead in Bill Kenwright’s Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Joe McElderry has announced his own UK tour. The singer has come a long way since winning The X Factor in 2009. His first single, The Climb, reached Number 1 in both the UK and Ireland and received a Brit […]Read More You could meet Joe McElderry
We are delighted that the band formerly known as the iconic folk group The Dubliners, now touring as The Dublin Legends will be chatting live on Ernie’s programme THIS WEDNESDAY 14th March after 11am. Don’t miss ‘em! 50 Years on and still going strong.Read More The Dublin Legends are here!
A 16-year-old boy, who is a keen future broadcaster attended Cambridgeshire’s newest radio station, Black Cat 107 on Tuesday evening. Ross Watchman, who is from Fenstanton, paid a visit to the St Neots based local radio station, during their specialist show featuring country music with presenter Pierre Petrou. Ross, who attends a special educational needs […]Read More Budding broadcaster visits the studios
Black Cat 107’s weekly schedule has been extended to include the new Nightshift Show hosted by Steve Cross. Steve describes it as, “taking you from one day to the next, with a mix of music and chat that won’t send you to sleep”. This new addition to the already-diverse schedule means Black Cat 107 now […]Read More New extended schedule
Here at Black Cat 107 we are delighted to announce a media partnership with Buckfest Musical Festival 2018. Expect interviews with artistes on the day and exclusive recordings post the event. Buckfest 2018 will be held on Saturday July 14th. This year there will be 3 Stages with around 20 acts/Bands playing on the day. There […]Read More Black Cat 107 partners with Buckfest 2018
Black Cat 107’s Ernie Almond was one of the judges for Harpenden’s Got Talent on Saturday 3rd March. Here he is with the winner, a very fine boy soprano 10yr old Soham Das after the show.Read More Harpenden’s Got Talent Winner
On Friday morning 23/2/18) between 9 and 12 Ernie Almond will be talking with representatives of Pico Technology, based in Eaton Socon. They have been included in the prestigious Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For 2018. This sought-after award measures and acknowledges excellence in workplace engagement – where only organizations with the […]Read More Ernie talks with the best.
A series of quality arts events for the market towns and villages and put on in our local libraries and organised by the County Council (Funded by Arts Council England) opened last week with a magic show in the St Neots Library – and there’s lots more to come this Spring! On March 3rd […]Read More Men IN General
On Friday March 2nd, Accoustic Roots Duo Mambo Jambo will be appearing at the United Reform Church, Tebbutts Road, St Neots, but on Wednesday morning they will be on Black Cat 107 talking to Ernie Almond. Mambo Jambo will take you on an exciting and joyful musical journey bringing together sounds from Roots, world, folk […]Read More A bit of Mambo Jambo?