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Cabin Classics celebrates one year on the air

Sarah Vaughan

Listen from 8am on Sunday as Cabin Classics celebrates its first anniversary with a two-hour special.

Host Sarah Vaughan’s first show on Cabin Radio aired in early April 2018, just a month after the station itself had launched its online live stream.

The show acts as a guide to a wide variety of classical music, from Europe’s great composers through to movie soundtracks and even a Game of Thrones special earlier this month.

Ordinarily aired from 9am till 10am each Sunday, the anniversary special on April 21 begins an hour earlier, at 8am MT.



Sunday mornings are widely considered Cabin Radio’s best-kept secret: Cabin Classics is followed by two hours of Cabin Jazz and Soul with Jeremy Walsh, creating the perfect blend to get you through till lunch.

On Easter Sunday, Cabin Jazz and Soul is followed by Adrienne Cartwright’s two-hour Very Metal Easter Special – Viking Edition, touring listeners through Scandinavia’s contribution to metal history.

At 2pm, Cabin Catchup begins. If you missed our weeknight shows, here’s a second chance to catch them, starting with Jim Taylor’s Northeast.

Dad Rock follows at 3pm with a tribute to classic rock of all stripes; Out of the Bear Cave brings you new music plus retro hits you haven’t heard for ages at 4pm; and attemptress is in-studio with a two-hour covers special from 6pm.

Charlotte Morritt-Jacobs is on air from 8pm, Cabin Radio’s Subarctic Sex Show is broadcast from 9pm till 10pm, and listen to another Folk on the Rocks archive set, in full, from the 2018 festival at 10pm to round off the day.

Cabin Radio is all-playlist, all-the-time on Monday as our hosts observe the holiday. Normal programming resumes on Tuesday.