Join Matt Windsor for an hour of URY's finest old music, from the 70s and 80s to your ears.
A mixture of fine beats and a tale woven across episodes of a movement that changed music – from its beginnings in the block parties of the 1970s to the golden age of the late '80s and modern day manifestations.
A 'carefully' 'crafted' mix of music, both obscure and obvious, from the 70s, 80s, and (god forbid!) the 90s.
Join Danni Boxall for some rock and pop tunes from the latter half of the 20th Century. Tune in for all your favourite classics and maybe discover something new.
Taking you through '70s and '80s post punk and indie through to modern day alternative rockers, In Between Days begins on a lively note and gradually dials down the distortion with the classics (and the not-so-classics) of indie, rock and britpop, plus a special guest, plus shoegaze.
We're back! (Ouse's back, alright, alright). Tune in to Have I Got Ouse For You for dodgy jingles, dodgier music, very dodgy links, somehow even dodgier jokes and a somewhat sincere attempt to wind up the week for our listeners, now with a new timeslot - Sunday at 9pm.
Yes, we started at 11pm and now we're there. I don't care what the others think, I want that flagship slot.
All your favourite music from the 70s!
It's summer 1975. You've got your flares on and a Harvey Wallbanger in hand. The boombox has just been invented and somehow your mate David has copped one. Van Morrison is blaring. No one knows what drum and bass is. Life is good.
Bringing you all the best bops from before Britney took over - pre 90s tunes only. Join Jen and Hannah in the golden age of rock n roll, with some spicy disco curveballs thrown in for a good time.
Most songs played on commerical radio are just over 3 minutes long, which if we're being honest is just too short.
So welcome to The Long Song Show, where we don't play anything less than 5 minutes long, because long songs are just better.
The only show on the airwaves where you're guaranteeed to hear an uncut Tubular Bells...eventually...
"The home of dodgy 70s Prog-Rock on URY" - Unknown
From the end of the 70s to the end of the world, punk will never die.
If Mr Motivator can make a surprise comeback to airwaves in these interesting times... so can Retrospectre! Yes, it's that URY show from the early 2010s with that person that said those words and played those songs. Join Matt 'Not Stratford' Windsor from the comfort of their inadequately acoustically designed bedroom in North Yorkshire as they haunt URY like the spectre of leftist political ideology with choice cuts from the 80s, 70s, and the 80s again, while complaining about nearly being 30.
Turn up the brightness on your screensaver and dance along to non-stop (ish) hits from the late 20th century to get you moving on a Sunday evening.
Playing music from the leftfield side of 70's 80s & 90s, for the final show of the term Stewart explores highlights of the NME Top 100 Albums, originally broadcast on URY in 1990.
In 2013 the NME published it's Top 400 albums of all time, Stewart Dennis takes a delve into the greatest records ever made and counts them down. Tonight it is teh final 40 and the Greatest album ever made is revealed. Will it be The Fall?
At the start of each show, my hastily-written computer code picks a random date from the 60s, 70s or 80, and I have to fill 58 minutes with music and news from that date. The URY record library gets a bit patchy if we go back to the 60s, so wish me luck!
Exactly 30 years since leaving York - and URY - 80s throwback Richard Hollingham plays non-stop (ish) danceable music from the 80s and 90s to recreate that summer '91 feeling...