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Get your Radio out! Preferably at 9 O'Clock on Monday night to get your filthy, juicy, dirty dose of electro slash the occasional bit of dub to sate your unsavoury musical urges.

~Coco..Electro 'The not-so-quiet night in'~
Two's A Crowd
Chris and Isaac bring you the best in chat, guests and eclectic musical offerings.
Four On The Floor
It's way past our bedtime and we're going to be keeping it quiet and mellow...NOT! Lot's of House new and old with a splash of Disco, Electro and whatever else may take our fancy.
“Quiet Drinks”

You told yourself that you’re not going out tonight. You are up for some quiet drinks though. Grab your mates, your bevs and lock in to “Quiet Drinks”, the pickup you need to get the party started. DJ Moneyman brings you a mix of the best party tunes, from dance and disco to cheese and floor fillers. After this power hour with York’s Clubber of the Year, you know it’s going to be a big one!

Midnight Metal

From brand new metal tracks to old classics, anything goes in this weekly celebration of metal here on URY! Requests of any sub-genre are encouraged and we'll play as many as you can. As long as it's loud, we'll play it to liven up those quiet late-night study sessions.

The Groove

Lets get into the groove... Prepare for the best from the realms of Funk, Jazz, R&B & Indie/Electronic music. 

The following show is accompanied by 'fortissimo' which is mainly centered around rock, grunge, rap.

Carrie Attempts ASMR

The title says it all! Fellow ASMR fan, Carrie Morrison, attempts an hour special of trying various ASMR techniques to relax the fellow listeners!

URY Music: Let's Just Stay In

Got no big plans? Sit back, relax and tune in to Alex Kneller playing you a smooth mix of soul, funk, jazz and anything that might tickle your fancy. It's radio you can't help but click along to.

Alumni Takeover: Jeremy Rogers

Quietly forgetting the undertaking given on his last URY show on 24 June 1985, Jeremy Rogers returns URY to the time when there were only 4,500 undergraduate students, beer was 50p a pint, social media meant sending postcards and URY itself was a few tens of metres from where it is now, both in the studio and on the dial.

A Classical Bedtime

Isaac wanted (as a proud Northerner) to appear more informed and cultured than he really is. David (a pensioner) wanted to feel young again by pretending he's still at university, and to abuse Isaac every time he mispronouces anything. Will actually knows something about music, so tries to keep the rest of us in order.

Together, we will pick some music to play, and we will undoubtedly make a bedtime show with the singular potential to lull anyone to sleep - but only when we're talking...

Make Some Noise

its goes from



very very loud