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Breaking the Mould - Summer review
A nearly comprehensive review of all the great new music you shouldn't, but still may have, missed out on over the past few months
Early Breakfast
A breakfast show for those who do a proper degree!
Early Early Breakfast
To keep the insane among you entertained before the long day ahead!
Early Irish Breakfast
Without the guns...
Saturday Morning Cocoa Puffs
The latest in Hip Hop and Indie is what's on the menu, for anyone who likes their cereal extra early
Slow Down
All the hottest R&B tracks from the early 90s.
Slow Down Zone
R&B Classics of the past ranging from the early 90's to now. Consisting of all the greats from Boyz II Men and Mary J. Blige as well as Drake.
Student Union Elections Result Night
URY broadcasting from Derwent for the results of YUSU Elections 2007. Get the early predictions with the exit poll from 8pm then hear all the results live from the stage in Derwent Dining Hall followed by exclusive interviews with all the winners.
The Bushby Overnighter
URY's Urban expert takes you through to the early hours with chat and tunes till birdsong.
The Dylan Jones Show: Monday Morning Madness
What, The Dylan Jones Show, on a Monday morning - this early!!? Oh Well, let's have a laugh this very early morning!.
Tom & Toast: Early Breakfast

URY Breakfast: Rob & Steve
We're the sauce on your early morning sausage.
URY Evening Selection: The Scott Bryan Show
Make Wednesday early evenings bearable with The Scott Bryan Show. There's Chain Reaction, Request Hour, 3-in-a-row and the one and only Campus News to keep you sain, along with cookalong recipe challenges, URY 40 and any mutterings and recollectations about the previous night live from Vanburgh Central. Be a part of it. Send us an email from ury.york.ac.uk or use that little jiggerty box in the top right hand corner for your message to be slammed straight into the studio.
Woodstock Early Breakfast
Woodstock Special with Tom Hughes & Mark Fenton
YUSU Elections 2006: Unofficial Warm Down
It's early in the morn, Ben and Shelly keep things going smoothly
Who'da Funk It?
Spend your Saturday evenings on URY for an hour dedicated to funk. From early Funkadelic and The Meters to modern funk rock and hip hop, as long as it's got a groove, we'll play it.

Struggle to get up in the morning? Need some inspiration from some of the finest minds York has to offer*? Well this is the show for you, with unique features, entertaining quirks and much more, this show will not fail to tantalise your taste buds! So tune in and see what we have on T.O.A.S.T this morning!

*may not be true.


It’s too early for Pre-drinking, meaning we’re not nearly ready enough to say the glorious word “prinking” – unless of course, you decide to join us! Stef and Taz, your radio buddies readying you up for Prink O’clock, when you’re getting ready to take out the voddy and leave your dignity at home. Whether you’re Fresher’s like us, or you want to return to ‘Fresher’ days, we will be broadcasting music that takes you down Memory Lane and tracks that psyche you up for one of York’s Best Student Nights!

Mike Wallbank's Rockabilly Riot!

A show to turn even the lamest of squares into far-out foot tappers.

Over the course of the show, extreme levels of rockabilly will be pumped through the airwaves of URY, from Elvis Presley to The Big Bopper, all with the intention of providing maximum satisfaction.

The show will consist of anecdotes relating to the music in question, explorations into the popular themes and concepts of rockabilly/rock 'n' roll (such as a show dedicated to 'Death Discs'), as well as interviews with individuals who remember watching the rock 'n' roll stars of the 1950s in their heyday. Playing the big hits of the 1950s, as well as with the secret 7" golddust that's been hiding in the attic, this show will provide a roster of early rock 'n' roll and rockabilly that will make you want to turn your fringe into a quiff, your Volkswagen into a Cadillac, and your Carling into a Cherry Coke.

URY Breakfast: Midweek Sparrow-Fart

Sparrow-Fart: "Very early in the morning!" Join Jay and Steve every week as they get up at sparrowfart purely for your entertainment. With a look at the mornings papers, some form of music and invariably some form of conversation, it's everything you would expect from a breakfast programme and more (or less).

URY Breakfast: When we were very young

Beth and Katy play a variety of nineties and early noughties for you to wake up to. Expect everything from Steps to Blur; much cheese and Britpop. 

That Late Late Underground Sound.

Can't sleep? Feel the need to listen to some really odd music in the early hours of the morning? This is the show for you. Join me as I play an eclectic mix of underground music, ranging from brass house , to expermental hip-hop, to math rock and North African electronic jazz funk stuff. It will be eye opening. If you need someone to talk to and you don't want to ask one of your flatmates how to use a tin opener, I've got that covered too. Jim.  x

Morning Glory

Yes, we're back!

Broadcasting straight from URY's bantennae comes an award winning, action packed, thrilling box office smash hit sensation - guaranteed to blow your socks off!*
Featuring only the best* presenters URY has to offer (or at least in the top 100) and the best* morning music playlists around to get you dancing under the covers! Join us every Wednesday morning for excellent games and music to get your day under way!

*Terms and conditions apply.

URY Brunch: Breakfast Club

Friday brunch/ breakfast with hosts Dominic Gould and Hector Macduff! (for reference on who we are listen to Insomnihour and Stage)

11 till 1 on Mondays mean its time to open up your earholes for two hours of music, mayhem and masterful radio presentation. 

URY Music Special: Record Store Day

Record Store Day was conceived in 2007 at a gathering of independent record store owners and employees as a way to celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding nearly 1400 independently owned record stores in the US and thousands of similar stores internationally. The first Record Store Day took place on April 19, 2008. Today there are Record Store Day participating stores on every continent except Antarctica.

This is a day for the people who make up the world of the record store to come together and celebrate the unique culture and the special role these independently owned stores play in their communities.

Come down in front of Courtyard to see our landmark Technics turntables spinning and take a look at some of URY's extensive record collection, you'll also get a chance to talk to music team members, learn about what we do and who knows? Join us.