Roger That returns for another year. Featuring classic features like Segment of the Week as well as some new games. And of course we'll fill the hour with 100% bangers.
From Biggie to Bowie, with plenty of chit chat. The Markham and Wright Show; pleasuring you for the next hour.
Best thing since t'pits n flat caps.
I could not be more totes emosh. My last EVER show on URY. And it's a 3 hour extravaganza. There will be fun, there will be music, there will be laughs and there will be emotion. I'll be bringing back all of the classic features - Wakeipedia, Play Your Facts Right, On This Day, Fashion Tip of the Week - and many more. Plus Carys and I will be joined by many friends of the show to join in the merrirment. It's not one to be missed.
A show covering all things arts, and history, in and around the city of York. Featuring a special guest (or two). Come listen to us discover things you want to know, and many things you probably didn't want to know bi-weekly!
URY alums Kim Scudamore and Richard Pilkington return to the airwaves after a 40 year hiatus. They'll be bringing you a show full of nostalgia, classic music and umming and ahhing as they work out how the new technology works.
An hilariously funny voyage through 90s nostalgia with unique games and chat, soundtracked of course by 90s superstars such as Blur, Oasis, Pulp, and many, many more.
Back for one last hurrah (he's said that before) The Nic Munday Show is back again. Tune in for two hours of fun-filled features, great tunes and just a bit of a laugh. Featuring the old favourite, Film Review Time.
Alex, Joe and Jess decided that the evenings were just too late and what everybody really wants to do, is a breakfast show! Join the trio for the most fun you've ever had at uni before 2pm when you usually wake up.
11 is breakfast time right?
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).
Two of York’s freshers hit the airwaves for the first time to share with you their experiences and tales of life in the small apple. Shows will often be a cocktail of light hearted humour and bad music choices.