Some jokes, some music, some banter, and a lot of fun! I will be playing some of my favourite songs from all genres and having a few guests on to just have a bit of chit chat for some easy listening :) there is potential for talks about unicorns and the duck life around the campus and would you rather!!
A mix of music, chat, music, ducks and possibly a little bit more music. Expect rock, indie, folk and maybe even a little jazz every now and then.
A one-off satirical comedy that takes a closer look at a campus of ducks which bears a striking resemblence to the University of York.
A Duck-umentary not to be missed.
So named because of our wonderful neighbours on campus, we wouldn't want them gone! Just a bit of chatter and whatever music sounds good that week; rock, pop, or anything in between as long as it catches the ear and gets you moving!
Sequel to award-winning student satire Sitting Ducks!
Two lads with nothing better to do on a weekend night. Bringing you the illest beats, roid rage rants and the most random random stuff imaginable, see you then. ;)
So named because of our wonderful neighbours on campus! Join Luke Guinan and Georgie Norgate every week for chat, tunes and fun features - including some interesting forfeits!
Neave and Will (and Sam(and maybe Steve)) , collegues in Film and Television(or radio) try to spend the hours talking about anything but the course that they are doing and failing miserably. Tune in for a variety of music and ever-changing topics as they try to be as un-continuituos as humanly possible.
National Award Winning Will Batchelor along with Neave Spikings & Sam Merryweather bring you TWO WHOLE HOURS of quality enterntainment radio... There will be games, there will be songs and there will most definitley be arguments!
In their desperate bid to maintain the sanctity of the URY Switch-On show, the Computing Team may have gone slightly too far...
Pretend you have enough friends to be pre-ing for a night out in some damp warehouse near Macclesfield. Turn the volume up high enough and you won't be able to hear the objections from the common sense centres of your brain.