Wake up to Tim Lihoreau every weekday morning from 6am-9am. Enjoy The Early Toast and take part in the Breakfast Serial. And in the School Run, get a mention for your little ones - or maybe for their teacher.
John Suchet plays nothing but the biggest hits, with all his music taken from the annual Top 300 chart - as selected by you.
Straight after the Hall of Fame Hour, John Suchet keeps you company for a further three hours with an upbeat selection of your favourite classical music. And at 10.15am, John features a daily track from his Album of the Week.
Anne-Marie Minhall presents Classic FM Requests from 1pm every weekday afternoon. When the dedications are all concluded at 3pm, she remains your musical companion through the afternoon, playing a selection of classical music through until 5pm.
For two hours every weekday evening, John Brunning offers a blend of upbeat favourites and all the news and information you need to make your journey home an enjoyable and thoroughly musical one with our nightly mix of feel-good classics.
John Brunning gives you the opportunity to unwind and welcome the evening with an hour of the most relaxing and calming music imaginable.
Latest from the daytime shows
When Classic FM's More Music Breakfast presenter Tim Lihoreau turned 50, we asked you to set him 50 extraordinary tasks to complete.
It's Ode to Joy as you've never seen it before.
And we have the 50th birthday of More Music Breakfast's Tim Lihoreau to thank
John Suchet asked you to suggest a title for a piece composed by the father of conductor Owain Arwel Hughes.
Our two-minute music and arts morning challenge - thanks to More Music Breakfast and Yakult
Monday 7 - Friday 11 December, after 6pm
Let Tim Lihoreau know about a piece you'd love to hear again on More Music Breakfast
Today marks the anniversary of the births of both Tchaikovsky and Brahms? Which do you want to hear at the end of John Suchet's show?