Wednesday 01 March

Thursday 02 March

  • Next: 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.

  • 1am - 6am

    Sam Pittis

    Sam keeps you company all through the night with the world's greatest music, including the Truckers' Tune, Cradle Classic and Dawn Chorus.

  • 6am - 9am

    Classic FM's More Music Breakfast with Tim Lihoreau

    Tim has all the music and information to get you going. Features include the Early Toast at 6.35 and the Breakfast Serial at 7.25.

  • 9am - 1pm

    John Suchet

    John Suchet presents the Classic FM Hall of Fame Hour at 9, followed by three hours of the best classical music including a track from his Album of the Week.

  • 1pm - 5pm

    Anne-Marie Minhall

    Join Anne-Marie Minhall for two hours of your requests followed by two more hours of the very best classical music.

  • 5pm - 7pm

    Classic FM Drive with John Brunning

    Join John as he plays the best music to take you into the evening including the Drive Discovery.

  • 7pm - 8pm

    Smooth Classics at Seven

    John Brunning offers an hour of sublime, relaxing music, designed to ease away the stresses and strains of the day.

  • 8pm - 10pm

    The Full Works Concert with Catherine Bott

    It’s 300 years to the day that the first ballet ever performed in the UK, and to mark this momentous anniversary, Catherine Bott features ballet music from around the world.

  • 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.

Friday 03 March

  • 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.

  • 1am - 6am

    Jane Jones

    Join Jane Jones for three hours of perfect start-the-day music to wake up to this morning.

  • 6am - 9am

    Classic FM's More Music Breakfast with Tim Lihoreau

    Tim has all the music and information to get you going. Features include the Early Toast at 6.35 and the Breakfast Serial at 7.25.

  • 9am - 1pm

    John Suchet

    John Suchet presents the Classic FM Hall of Fame Hour at 9, followed by three hours of the best classical music including a track from his Album of the Week.

  • 1pm - 5pm

    Anne-Marie Minhall

    Join Anne-Marie Minhall for two hours of your requests followed by two more hours of the very best classical music.

  • 5pm - 7pm

    Classic FM Drive with John Brunning

    Join John as he plays the best music to take you into the evening including the Drive Discovery.

  • 7pm - 8pm

    Smooth Classics at Seven

    John Brunning offers an hour of sublime, relaxing music, designed to ease away the stresses and strains of the day.

  • 8pm - 10pm

    The Full Works Concert with Catherine Bott

    Tonight, Catherine Bott features a programme of music inspired by marches through time.

  • 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.

Saturday 04 March

  • 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.

  • 1am - 4am

    Katie Breathwick

    Katie Breathwick has the perfect blend of night-time music to keep you company through the early hours.

  • 4am - 7am

    Jane Jones

    Join Jane Jones for three hours of perfect start-the-day music to wake up to this morning.

  • 7am - 10am

    Alan Titchmarsh

    Join Alan for three hours of the best music, including a Great British Discovery, his Gardening Tip and the Hall of Fame Hour from 9-10am.

  • 10am - 1pm

    Bill Turnbull

    The much-loved presenter is the perfect companion to your morning.

  • 1pm - 3pm

    Alexander Armstrong

    Resident polymath, chart-topping singer and quiz master Alexander brings you a fabulous mix of music for your afternoon.

  • 3pm - 5pm

    Nicholas Owen

    Nicholas has the best music to accompany your Saturday afternoon, including Hall of Fame favourites.

  • 5pm - 7pm

    Saturday Night at the Movies

    To mark International Women’s Day this coming Wednesday, Andrew Collins is celebrating female composers of film and television scores, including Rachel Portman and Anne Dudley.

  • 7pm - 9pm

    Alex James's Date Night

    Tonight, Alex James features Tchaikovsky’s music to Swan Lake, which received its premiere 140 years ago to the day.

  • 9pm - 10pm

    David Mellor's Light Music Masters

    Join David Mellor for an evening on the stage, as he features a host of brilliant Light Music from some of the best-loved shows and musicals.

  • 10pm - 12am

    Smooth Classics with Myleene Klass

    Myleene presents her selection of smooth classics - the most relaxing classical music ever - to help you wind down at the end of the day.

Sunday 05 March

  • 12am - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Myleene Klass

    Myleene presents her selection of smooth classics - the most relaxing classical music ever - to help you wind down at the end of the day.

  • 1am - 4am

    Katie Breathwick

    Katie Breathwick has the perfect blend of night-time music to keep you company through the early hours.

  • 4am - 7am

    Jane Jones

    Join Jane Jones for three hours of perfect start-the-day music to wake up to this morning.

  • 7am - 10am

    Aled Jones

    Aled selects three hours of favourite music, from choral classics through to new discoveries, and at 9am join him for the Classic FM Hall of Fame Hour.

  • 10am - 1pm

    Bill Turnbull

    The much-loved presenter is the perfect companion to your morning.

  • 1pm - 3pm

    Alexander Armstrong

    Resident polymath, chart-topping singer and quiz master Alexander brings you a fabulous mix of music for your afternoon.

  • 3pm - 5pm

    Charlotte Green

    Charlotte Green welcomes the legendary actor Sir Patrick Stewart to Classic FM this afternoon to talk about his upcoming film, Logan.

  • 5pm - 7pm

    The Classic FM Chart

    Nick Bailey counts down the 30 biggest classical albums in the UK.

  • 7pm - 9pm

    David Mellor

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, David features soloists and composers from across the ages – many of whom were not allowed to fulfil their talent.

  • 9pm - 10pm

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Classical Music

    Tonight, Catherine looks to Eastern Europe as she asks: “What impact has Hungary had on classical music?”

  • 10pm - 12am

    Smooth Classics with Myleene Klass

    Myleene presents her selection of smooth classics - the most relaxing classical music ever - to help you wind down at the end of the day.

Monday 06 March

  • 12am - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Myleene Klass

    Myleene presents her selection of smooth classics - the most relaxing classical music ever - to help you wind down at the end of the day.

  • 1am - 6am

    Sam Pittis

    Sam keeps you company all through the night with the world's greatest music, including the Truckers' Tune, Cradle Classic and Dawn Chorus.

  • 6am - 9am

    Classic FM's More Music Breakfast with Tim Lihoreau

    Tim has all the music and information to get you going. Features include the Early Toast at 6.35 and the Breakfast Serial at 7.25.

  • 9am - 1pm

    John Suchet

    John Suchet presents the Classic FM Hall of Fame Hour at 9, followed by three hours of the best classical music including a track from his Album of the Week.

  • 1pm - 5pm

    Anne-Marie Minhall

    Join Anne-Marie Minhall for two hours of your requests followed by two more hours of the very best classical music.

  • 5pm - 7pm

    Classic FM Drive with John Brunning

    Join John as he plays the best music to take you into the evening including the Drive Discovery.

  • 7pm - 8pm

    Smooth Classics at Seven

    John Brunning offers an hour of sublime, relaxing music, designed to ease away the stresses and strains of the day.

  • 8pm - 10pm

    The Full Works Concert with Jane Jones

    Tonight, Jane Jones features the internationally renowned sisters, Marielle and Katia Labeque, who have been delighting audiences with their piano playing for over 50 years.

  • 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.

Tuesday 07 March

  • 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.

  • 1am - 6am

    Sam Pittis

    Sam keeps you company all through the night with the world's greatest music, including the Truckers' Tune, Cradle Classic and Dawn Chorus.

  • 6am - 9am

    Classic FM's More Music Breakfast with Tim Lihoreau

    Tim has all the music and information to get you going. Features include the Early Toast at 6.35 and the Breakfast Serial at 7.25.

  • 9am - 1pm

    John Suchet

    John Suchet presents the Classic FM Hall of Fame Hour at 9, followed by three hours of the best classical music including a track from his Album of the Week.

  • 1pm - 5pm

    Anne-Marie Minhall

    Join Anne-Marie Minhall for two hours of your requests followed by two more hours of the very best classical music.

  • 5pm - 7pm

    Classic FM Drive with John Brunning

    Join John as he plays the best music to take you into the evening including the Drive Discovery.

  • 7pm - 8pm

    Smooth Classics at Seven

    John Brunning offers an hour of sublime, relaxing music, designed to ease away the stresses and strains of the day.

  • 8pm - 10pm

    The Full Works Concert with Jane Jones

    Calling all murder mystery fans: tonight, Jane Jones has a number of puzzles for you, as she plays music written by composers whose cause of death is far from clear.

  • 10pm - 1am

    Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor

    Enjoy three hours of the smoothest sounds and relaxing classical music in the company of Margherita Taylor.