In this special hour-long programme from the URY News Team, we examine the debates surrounding the legalisation of drugs. Is prosecuting drug-users the way to stop the UK's problem with drug addiction? Should harmful substances be legalised, or decriminalised? Or would this cause more problems than it solves? We'll be hearing all sides of the argument, including the view from the NHS, a criminal lawyer and former York student turned journalist and author Peter Hitchens, as well as lots of student opinions on the matter.
Acoustics is back!
A comedic (hopefully) and disastrous (definitely) student radio show, created in the midst of exam season to let out some steam with live acoustic sessions from upcoming artists and curious questions leading to impossible debates.
The triumphant return of the critically acclaimed* The Ben and Jasper Show, join our presenters for another season of arguing about the order of our names and riding the very thin line between OFCOM regulated and illegal broadcasting.
It's the middle of the week, and your strength is begining to wane, but your timetable has not. You lie in bed, (within the boundaries of the University of York campus, the only place where URY can be heard), and you need a pick-me-up. Here I am, your best* legal resource for giving you the strength to face the morning.... by draining mine.
I have no experience, wit or charisma to speak of, but if you do at 8am then this show is not for you anyway.
A tribute to musicians and artists spanning enough variety to legally broadcast, picking the best of everything they've been a part of