12am - 7am
Your favourite songs, your favourite artists from the last fifty years taking you through to the Bolton FM breakfast show.
7am - 10am
The perfect way to start your day.Local news on the half hour.The best in music mixed with local events happening across Bolton. Get the day off to a fine start with Andy Haslam. Come on......you know it makes sense. Includes Wanderers Review at 9.30am reviewing yesterday's big game.
10am - 11am
Join Rachel with fine music and chat.
11am - 12pm
More Prayers for Bolton, our weekly act of worship, which will be hosted once again by Ian and Sue from Harwood Methodist Church.
They will lead listeners through a selection of worship, hymns, songs, prayers, readings and reflections.
It is a chance for you to be able to worship at home, and to raise your voices in praise with others from around the Bolton Family.
12pm - 2pm
Join us as we bring you two hours of music and chat to ease you through the day. Includes Wanderers Review at 1.30pm looking back at yesterday's big match.
2pm - 4pm
Film news, reviews, and chat all to get you through your Sunday afternoon!
4pm - 6pm
On today's Hallowe'en special Jayne has the Gig Guide for the next 7 days' gigs in venues in Manchester and the surrounding towns, new releases from Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Phoebe Green and Jayne's Recommended Track from Disclosure, and in hour two it's ghosties, ghoulies, monsters, witchcraft and spells.....an hour full of songs and artists as homage to Hallowe'en
6pm - 7pm
7pm - 10pm
Hour 3 tonight is a retrospective of 'Meddle' by Pink Floyd, released 50 years ago this week. Artist of the month is Stevie Wonder and in Hours 1 & 2 Neil will be playing you the best and most eclectic music from the most diverse musical decade EVER! The Golden Age of Music.
10pm - 12am
Andy's away for a week. So join us for a Bolton FM pilot. Ron presents the first edition of the Folk Show. He'll take you on a musical journey to the 60s and 70s Folk Revival era when Bolton was home to 29 different folk clubs, such as the Wheatsheaf in Westhoughton, home of the Houghton Weavers - the Red Lion, and the Saddle in town. The Weekend Wind Down returns next week.