Lots of different genres of music will be played including 'metal' and 'nice stuff' (that's a genre now I think). Chatting too. Fun, yeah? Yeah.
The show dedicated to getting you across campus safely. Jamie and Rich unveil the most fashionable tracks, hottest gossip and updates across campus.
A delectable and delicious blend of dance chillout. mixed with amazing acoustic tracks from both well known and underappreciated artists! Perfect for a lazy day or as a hangover cure!.
An hour of completely chilled out tunes to help escape from the everyday stress of student life. A compilation of the best acoustic tunes and relaxed songs around.
Owen brings you the best music and live acoustic sets to get you in the mood for results night.
Formally Off the Halls-this is a music show of folky goodness to entertain (and educate) the masses, and prove it's not all Morris Dancers...
Join us for an hour of games, fun features and a wide range of music; in lieu of anything better to do with your afternoon.
An hour of minimal techno complemented by radiophonic music, sound experimentation and obscure sixties soundtracks.
The Vibe team get you ready for the acoustic event of Freshers Fortnight.
Music of the Future for the Future. Acid jazz, psychedelic
electronic, intelligent dance music, modern classical, acoustic
abstractions, ambient journeys... psychedelic dub... Advanced sound design
and compositions from many genres.
Really Awesomely Rare Entertainment. Indie isnt that indie anymore. Everyone loves Kings Of Leon, Killers and Bloc Party, and these bands get a lot of plays on URY and even on stations like Radio 1. RARE plays quality indie and rock from bands you havent necessarily heard of yet, but really should love.Including interviews with bands and singer songwriters, special acoustic studio sessions, and the wise words of the presenters, whose hilarious ramblings veer from irreverent banter to heavy-handed satire, with just the right amount of sexual tension.
Laid-back acoustic with some dance-like-a-moron tunes you might not have heard. Presented by Mike: York's number one scruffy nerd.
Pop, Rock, Funk, Acoustic, Jazz, Rap,
Punk, Orchestral, etc. Whatevers good, well play.
All the news that didn't quite make the headlines over the past week with a great mix of music and chat. Regular features include - 'The missing link' & the 'Acoustic session'.
All the news that didn't quite make the headlines over the Christmas holidays with a great mix of music and chat. Regular features include - 'The missing link' & the 'Acoustic session'.
Music, speech and reviews that you probably wouldn't hear on Radio 1, playing every genre imaginable.
The best of what's available in acoustic and electric roots music from the north american continent
Tom presents an hours debut show looking at local up and coming bands, live acoustic sessions and interviews.
Tom presents an hour's show reviewing local up and coming bands, with live acoustic sessions and interviews.
A show where I play music which I like.
An insight into the world of the songwriter, ranging from the burgeoning electro-indie scene to the simplicity and longevity of acoustic heartache. Come have a listen if you've ever wondered how songs are crafted, from start to finish.
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!
The very best alternative music, unplugged and raw. Love acoustic music? This is the show of you. Nothing but the best alternative bands stripped back. Requests will always be welcome - send me a message via the website or tweet at me @CallMeLuke94.
An electic collection of different sounds; from delta blues, to modern country and traditional Irish and Scottish folk. I try to bring you the best traditionally inspiried music I can find. I take music from across the decades, from all over the world, but it's unified by it's honesty and quality.
A look ahead to this year's YO1 festival covering the major stages, headliners and acts to look out for, plus a chance to win two free tickets!