Programme Schedule

Cross Rhythms Plymouth broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - these are just a few of the regular programmes you can listen to...

Art of Living 10am weekdays EXCEPT Wednesdays; 5pm Saturdays and 12noon Sundays
Chris Cole unpacks the strengths and weaknesss of the church in a 'fireside chat' with primary church and ministry leaders, Christian musicians and artists in Plymouth.

Community Matters 11am weekdays EXCEPT Wednesdays
Interviews which profile the people and organisations that are working for the benefit of the wider community of Plymouth. Regular contributors include Police, Advice Plymouth, local charities and community organisations. A great mix of music and talk radio.

Worship Warehouse 12noon weekdays, 2pm Saturdays and 9am Sundays
For worship with an edge to inspire your spirit and free your soul, join Kerry Cole.

Afternoon Show – 3-5pm Monday - Friday
Join Ian Pilkington, with support from Reuben Spry (aka Ranting Reubs), plus the occasional guest for great music, afternoon chat, trivia by the bucketload, events guide, traffic updates and local news.

Destiny Plymouth – 10am-12noon Wednesdays, repeated 3pm Saturdays and 2pm Sundays
Chris Cole and Chris Girdler, featured as their alter-ego’s Waldorf and Statler, in conversation - covering a wide range of topics that are right at the top of the agenda for life in Plymouth, promoting all that is good about the city (and having a few moans as well!)

Pray for the City – 8pm, first Tuesday every month
One hour of prayer along with awesome worship songs to inspire and enable those of us who want to pray with others for Plymouth, but cannot get out to a prayer gathering – gather around the airwaves and pray in unison, for Father’s blessing and Kingdom in our fair city.

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