The More Music Breakfast

Weekdays, 6-9am

Tim Lihoreau

Every weekday morning, Classic FM offers an oasis of calm to provide you with the perfect start to your day.

Breakfast is nearly always the busiest time of the day. So it’s a good job that Classic FM provides the antidote to all that dashing around. Join Tim Lihoreau every weekday from 6am to 9am for the finest mix of music to welcome you to a new day. And there are plenty of regular features to enjoy as well.

Every week kicks off with More Mozart Mondays - a sparkling piece of Mozart every hour to get the week off to the best start. Life Begins at 8.40 each day is a dazzlingly bright piece of music to get you moving. 

You can also request a School Run dedication or, if you’re by your computer, visit Classic FM's Facebook page to solve Tim’s Enigma – a cryptic image that represents a famous piece of music.

In Room 100-102, Tim asks you to suggest something that means a lot to you from the past that you would like to see brought back. For example, Caramac bars or the Raleigh Chopper.

Then there’s the Friday 5-a-day - five pieces of music  that have a connection. And the Freedom of Classic FM spot allows you to celebrate someone who is clocking off work for good. 

There are also half-hourly news bulletins and regular travel updates so that you can be sure you never miss out on discovering exactly what you need to know at the start of the day.

All in all, there are plenty of reasons to make Classic FM’s More Music Breakfast your first choice when you wake up.  So, whether you’re a 6am riser or more of a lazy lie-in listener, we hope you’ll choose Classic FM tomorrow and every morning!

More Music Breakfast features

Freedom Classic FM Tim The Freedom of Classic FM

Every Friday on the More Music Breakfast, Sousa's Liberty Bell celebrates someone who's saying goodbye to the world of work.

Tim Lihoreau A Minute with Tim Lihoreau

More Music Breakfast presenter Tim Lihoreau joined Classic FM in 1994 and first appeared on air in 2003. He began presenting the weekday breakfast show in May 2012.

School Run Art 1 The School Run

Brighten up the journey to school with a dedication from Tim Lihoreau.