The More Music Breakfast

Weekdays, 6-9am

Tim Lihoreau

Every weekday morning, Tim Lihoreau offers an oasis of calm to provide you with the perfect start to your day. Click below to find out more about what's on the show this week.

Join Tim Lihoreau every weekday from 6 to 9am for the best mix of music to start the day. Among the features are:

0630 The Early Toast For someone who's up early.

Before 7 The Great Composer Music by this week’s featured composer and a  fact.

0730 The Breakfast Serial Can you think of something that provides a link to today’s piece?

0815 The School Run  Make a dedication.

0840 Life Begins at 8.40 Get-up-and-go music.


This week's highlights

Monday
For many, it's the first week of school summer holidays and so starts the School Holiday Run. Let Tim know what you're doing - and get a dedication along the way.

Tuesday
Music to mark a literary favourite that's celebrating its 60th anniversary and something you never knew about this week's Great Composer, Handel.

Wednesday

The Breakfast Serial is Tim's never-ending sequence of connected music. Today, can you spot the serial connection rather than provide it?

Thursday
Tim can't let International Uncommon Instrument Awareness Day go past without marking it. There’s also a literary birthday girl who is pushing 50 to celebrate.

Friday
Today's Friday Five-a-Day - five tunes, one link - celebrates five counties. Can you suggest music that says Surrey, Gloucestershire, Devon...anywhere, actually.

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.

holiday kids children balloons The School Holiday Run

It's the summer holidays - so why not have a dedication from Tim Lihoreau on Classic FM's More Music Breakfast?