The rivalry between York and Lancaster has a long history, full of conflict. Stemming from the War of the Roses that caused decades of civil war in the fifteenth century, this fierce rivalry lives on in the form of the largest inter-university sports tournament in Europe.
This year, #RosesAreWhite.
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.
As URY turns 50, James Brookes celebrates the last half century of University Radio York. James will count backwards one year at a time playing the biggest hits, discussing the new events and crazes and the important moments in URY history until he reaches 1968 at the end of the summer term.
Alex Kneller takes you on a ride through the weirdly wonderful history of 20th & 21st century vocal harmony and a cappella music, covering everything from 60s doo-wop, spiritual, pop, country and everything inbetween. Instruments not required.
Tune in to a League of York's Own for indepth sporting analysis and fantastic tunes.
URY Speech is delighted to share their latest radio play Old Friends at Lunch, a short comedy by Logan Barker.
In the 21st century, a world transgressing boundaries and brimming with unknown technologies, a high school student's vision goes tragically wrong... or right?
We'll be chatting with the writer, director and some of the cast about their involvement and the world of radio plays.
Intro and outro song: Tiny Tim, Tiptoe Through the Tulips
Cast (in order of appearance):
Frank - Ben Price
Sam - Rohan Millen
Teacher - Nicola Gill
Creature - Alex Dixon
Figure - Georgia Craig
Director - Rosie Day
Editor & Producer - SJ Callender
Editor - Marc Girot
The Talk. You know what that is. It is the talk with that special someone on- what are we?
It is feared, dreaded and heavily anticpated. What do York students think of 21st century relationships?
In this show we will talk about what is a relationship? How is that different to 'seeing' someone, or dating? How best should we make up and break up? How do people keep up relatonships? From one night stands with your flatmate, to long distance relationships across the globe. We've got you covered for all sorts of issues so please tune in as ping us a message if you can!
A fortnightly show with York students for York students.
Every week we discuss different medical conditions along with social, political and economic issues affecting the NHS, with each week featuring topics exclusively beginning with a different letter of the alphabet. Each week I will be joined by medics to bust myths, offer advice and discuss pivotal issues affecting 21st century healthcare.
Please tune in and we welcome messages from far and wide!
DISCLAIMER: Please contact licensed medical professionals if you have any concerns about your health.
U-Turn of the Century is a show all about celebrating the music and pop-culture of those times before the milenium. with a timescale of January 1st 1960 to December 31st 1999.
Each episode explores a decade with a selection of songs from a selected musical genre, movie recomendation, album highlight and an amusing news story
Despite protests, Richard Hollingham ('88-'91 - years not age) returns to URY to play a selection of late 20th century hits. Mostly, 80s synthpop. It'll be fun.