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The Art of Tea Time
Maks provides the tea, you provide the sugar and cream. It sounds quite sexual but it isn't.
I'm So Turned On Right Now: Summer 2021

It's lockdown, it's midnight, and a masked vigilante is standing on a stool in a server room - it can only be one thing, the return of URY for Summer Term 2021! Tune in to hear what it sounds like when increasingly tired and stressed presenters dally about on air for a couple of hours, and see how long it takes us to start crying about Summer exams.


Slinkie Indie
The tunes Ade never played. Era-spanning Indie from the most popular names to the most unknown up and coming bands presented by an expert and an idiot.
Woodstock '05: The Calvo Contract
URY brings you another great set, live from Woodstock 2005
Graveshifters
Mr Box + Graveshifters = oral gratification.
Warmup to Woodstock: Tom and Toast's 24hr Takeover
A dozen live bands in the URY studios, interviews from around the world, and guests in the studio come together for this Week 9 24-hour Warmup to Woodstock marathon, all in aid of York RAG.
Plastic People

A Vinyl-Only music show, filled with tracks from our personal collections and what we find crate-digging in the UoY vaults, with possible attempts at wit between songs.


'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!
Freshers Fair
URY live from the heart of Freshers Fair in the Physics Concourse. Come find out more about your station. There's CDs to give away courtesy of CD-WOW! and the infamous URY goodies.
R&B Weekly

Your weekly fix of old and new R&B alongside short discussions on R&B related news. 


Rob Stonehouse
Late night music and features. Who needs sleep?
BATTLE OF THE BANDS: THE SEMIS
We are live from Goodricke Hall! The heats are over but we still need to find the 'best' band - join us Monday and Tuesday nights for awesome sounds.
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.
'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!
URY Gold Special: 70s Disco
Don't fancy Battle of the Bands? Funky on down to the multicoloured dancefloor with URY Gold!
Time on Your Hands
Witness (through your ears) the competence of Jamie and Ruairidh at idle chit chat, profound wisdom and the occasional song.
Madonna's People
Remember 'Mariah & Friends'? Well it just keeps getting better...
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.
Fangirl Feels

A show by a fangirl, for fangirls! combining stories of feminist activism, pop culture and music; Fangirl Feels is about how great Fangirls are, and the music they [I] enjoy! Get ready to fall in love with One Direction.... [I promise I wont only play One Direction......]


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. 


The Mad Hatter's Tea Party

An hour of pure, unadulterated, auditory genius. #banter 


Yorking Heads 1968 Two Hour Special!!

Celebrating the week we were born as an official station, I'll be playing some of the absolute gems that came out in 1968. We will also be delving in to the events of the year and of course, commemorating an historic day in your favourite station's history! 


SPUNKY TEENS
same old spunky teens, house electro disco soul dubstep and scenester rubish, plus audio debauchary from harvey slater and holdsworth ury's flagship dance program/official thursday night warm up/ winner of best show name at the ury's 2008, ect ect. annie mac's mash up on a student budget.
URY 50

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.