Capturing the eclectic nature of pretentious tomfoolery and japes from Daisy Hale and Bryony Cleary. With a current buzzword every week, we talk (more often fight) about music, movies and the current fragility of our ecosystem in the face of growing climate change.
So you like Music? You like Film? AND you like TV? Well you've come to the right place- recently deposed presenters Luke Quine and Fenella Woodhouse bring you their brand of entertainment... what could possibly go wrong?
From Golden classics to the most recent music releases- The QuineHouse will be playing ALL of your requests, in the amongst discussions of the world of fllm and TV, as well as games and competitions. We are just like your average movie review show- but less organized and WAY more fun.
Weekly show in which we dissect and discuss the very best cinema and a smattering of recent releases. With regular features on the history of cinema, special guests and a good selection of the very best film music.
Desi beats has all of your desi music on one show. No preference of songs. As long as it's good music, it gets played. So for anytime you're feeling a little homesick, or if you just want to listen to some good old Indian songs, tune in to URY for the show for your weekly dose of Desi Beats.
A show dedicated to all things synthwave, the breakout electronic genre featuring old-school synths inspired by the pop hits and movie soundtracks of the 1980's. James and Bernie will drive you through the night across the genre's expansive indie scene, with the occasional genuine retro hit for good measure. If you're a fan of contemporary styles and still wish we used cassettes, then this is the show for you!
Expect: Norwegian banters, funny conspiracies, chit chat about life, Dictator fun facts, and last but not least: Epic movie music, and movie talks
May my voice be with you!
Join the regular No DLC team as we discuss and disect the week in video games, film and tv!! We'll also be seeing what happens when four people with rather different music tastes compete over whose songs to play through the only way that doesn't involve an ambulance: game shows!! We're bringing back the (soon to be) legendary "Stealthy Godzilla", introducing the shiny new "Broodier than Batman?" and much more!!!
Join stressed third years Jack and Victoria (and George) for their chat, gossip, and inevitable arguing in the new show on the block 'Manic Monday'.
Radio Show for University of York Movie Society. We review recent releases, discuss various other films, play songs from films.
Carrie and Kirsty bring the latest news in all things film, television, and theatre.
A friendly talk show about basically whatever is on my mind. Will feature a rotating cast of guest presenters and one-off interviewees from the world of "student politics". Likely topics are;
I'm not entirely sure as to what it would be fully, but I will plan every episode extensively. I wouldn't want it to be anymore than an hour. It migth be crap, but I would quite like to try something new. Possible music genres include;
Whatever takes the fancy really. I know this is a really wooly pitch, but would just like an outlet to explore a
I'm also really unsure on the title, so any suggestion would be welcome.
Each week, I dive into the soundtracks of some of the most well known movies, from love themes to action scenes, and talk about how they shaped that movie through the power of music.
U-Turn of the Century is a show all about celebrating the music and pop-culture of those times before the milenium. with a timescale of January 1st 1960 to December 31st 1999.
Each episode explores a decade with a selection of songs from a selected musical genre, movie recomendation, album highlight and an amusing news story