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All Around the World: One More Time

Join Cameron Gordon for his final ever trip around the world on URY. Featuring classic segments such as 'She Wants a Man From Brum' and 'Brian of the Week', as well as some final reflections on three years at university. All Around the World: One More Time is a non-stop party and a fitting end to the radio voyage.


Speech All Stars Present:

Old and New members of Speech team have gathered together over this weekend to create some spectacular Speech radio. What will they have created? Who knows! Find out by tuning in.


The History of URY
Former Station Manager Gill Rickson presents everything you need to know about the last 40 years of University Radio York. Produced by former Programme Controller Matt Wareham.
All Around the World

Back for the fourth and final season! 

Experience a trip around world through some total bangers! All Around the World aims to play music from South Africa to South America, South Sudan to South Korea, New South Wales to South London. 


'The New World Order' by Ben Jeapes. Part 2: 1651
niversity Radio York's national award winning team presents our most ambitious drama to date, which sees the English Civil war turned on its head when a third force enters the battle in this alternative history thriller. Six years have past since the events of Part 1 and an uneasy peace has been agreed. But with the arrival of The Dommonel and missionaries from Golekh englands peace stands on a knife edge. Based on the acclaimed novel and available to hear worldwide at www.ury.org.uk, with two feature length Episodes over two consecutive weeks!
URY LIVE AT 5: The Ben and Nick Show
...and then there was radio. The self-appointed saviours of URY return. Coming in your ears this Spring, it's the 'all new' Ben and Nick Show.
Rob and Steve
Rob and Steve do entertainment all over you. They won this award, right, which means that they are definitely the third most entertaining student radio show in mainland UK, according to some people who ought to know. Sceptical? Give us a try.
Radio is Ded

And we killed it.


URY Brunch: The Girl Power Hour(s)

Unlike Beyoncé, we make our own content. Join us as we exercise our contractual right to a maximum of 2 Beyoncé songs in an hour, plus as may features as we can find.


The Hep Cat Radio Hour

Urban Dictionary defines the term 'Hep Cat' as being: a musical cat who can hang and fit in with other cats that can jive. Making a show for those eclectic hep cats is what we plan to do here. Strictly for musical cats, not necessarily of the feline variety.  


The (Bi)Weekly Muddle

It's Gina and Jamie. It's third year. We're still on the radio. We're still funny. Tune in. 


Matt Windsor's Almost Definitely Last Ever Show, Probably

Exactly what it says on the tin.

Not that radio shows come in tins.

But this one does, and it's a three decade old salted pork tin full of what will probably be recent London migrant and soon-to-be-former PhD student Matt Windsor's last ever show on URY before he finally stops being a student.  Expect pretty much everything that can be expected from a washed up student radio DJ that was once referred to as URY's answer to Alan Partridge: an hour of awkward gaps between songs, awkward songs between gaps, and attempts to draw a close on 8ish years of somehow repeatedly being scheduled for shows despite having the radio nous of a loofah.  Does anyone still use loofahs?


Super Radio 64
Your first stop for computer game music from some of the best games that I can think of, ranging from retro to current generation.
nothing to see here

yeah! I see you - this is late night radio. move along, you know you should. or dont. and if you dont. you will be treated to possibly the best radio youve ever heard. or the worst. guess you'll have to tune in to find out x


URY Breakfast: Radio Ga Ga
Banter and chat 'til we don't make sense any more. Masses of classic features, plus everything you've ever loved, from the Foundations to the Fratellis. Are you on our wavelength?.
URY Lunch with Chalk and Charles
It's all fun and games until somebody puts on Chalk and Charles...
The most entertaining show on student radio is back.
'Creditors' by August Strindberg
The last production of the URY Festival of Drama from the national award winning drama team at University Radio York. Anxiously awaiting the return of his new wife, Adolph finds solace in the words of a stranger. But comfort soon turns to destruction as old wounds are opened, insecurities are laid bare and former debts are settled. Regarded as Strindberg's most mature work, "Creditors" is a darkly comic tale of obsession, honour and revenge. David Greig's version premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, London, in September 2008 and now comes to URY with an incredible student cast directed by Lewis Gray. The production, starring Georgia Bird, Ryan Lane and Dan Wood will be in the third week of the URY Festival of Radio Drama!
WOODSTOCK LIVE 2009
The event of the year. All the bands from the main arena, all the atmosphere and excitement packed into your good old radio ears. Stick on URY.
Summer of Love live from The Courtyard

Roses are red violets are blue University Radio York has got a plate of loving just for you! 

Join ((URY)) outside The Courtyard, as we present Summer of Love 2013. With live acoustic sets, hopefully some sun, and plenty of Pimms, we're going to get all loved up. We'll be talking about everything from mind, body, and spirit, to STIs, and what you can do if you're worried about anything of that nature. Our live coverage starts at Midday, at ury.org.uk

Featuring sets from Alice O,  Zac Pajak and chessey chalk on demand. Guests including head of welfare Bob Hughes!


Hearing Aid 2008
The biggest collaborative event in the history of UK student radio, Hearing aid is a national week long charity event orchestrated by the SRA. We'll bring you the highlights from events held around the country.
Page one (we don't explain names)

'Page one (we don't explain names)' is an easy-going and fresh take on radio, featuring the brave Matt and handsome Will in talks about our lives and life in general. If you've ever wondered what radio sounds like, now's your chance. Do as everyone else will be doing: tune in and die!

Music will be peachy and brilliant. 


JetSetRadio!
Hit your weekend running
Music Team Presents: Radiohead Special
Steve Gardner documents the rise and rise of Radiohead, exploring their history and impact upon the music industry. He'll also take a look at other highlights of Oxford's music scene, including Youthmovies and Foals.
URY Breakfast: Rude Awakening

Did we really agree to an 8am show? Join Joseph and Caitlin as they do their best impersonations of competent breakfast show radio hosts.