Join William King for an hour of music reflecting on the day just gone.
As well as bringing you hits from the past we keep up-to-date by chatting through recent events from around the world and playing the tracks that we feel fit.
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.
One theme, one girl and as many songs as we can fit into one hour.
Every week I'll present to you a list of songs that share a common theme. Of course you are more than welcome to make your own suggestions both for themes and songs.
A show devoted to the finding of good quality, free music from the website bandcamp. If you enjoy music, but have little money and a clean consience then this is the show for you. After each show i will post the links to find each song i play, and the album it came from, completely free.
A Sci-Fi murder mystery podcast set in a dystopian city where a lone robot seeks to solve a 100-year old cold case created by a thrid year University of York Theatre student Reginn Kolbeinsson
Listen in for the first 6 episodes over the next three weeks or listen to it now on Spotify or on the Red and Yellow podcast website: https://reginnk.wixsite.com/redonyellowpodcast
It's Gina and Jamie. It's third year. We're still on the radio. We're still funny. Tune in.
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?
It's that time of the year again - there'll be one stall giving out bags for some reason, so make sure you grab the bag for all the other random freebies you get from stalls you pretend to be interested in just to get the pens.
Freshers' Fair 2021 is nearly upon us - join me as we build up to it with some great music and chat!
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.
Beth and Chess get up close and personal with different socities on campus! Every week, we will be chatting a different society, finding out what they are about, what makes them tick, and why people should join them. There is something new in every episode, so make sure to listen on catch up if you miss one!
A special broadcast celebrating three years at UOY including special guests, live performances and brand new features.
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)' 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.
It's 8 am, time to get out of bed and into the shower, get dressed, have breakfast and be on your way.
It's hard for everyone to start the day in a good mood, especially after a legendary night out.
Fear no more, I'm here to get you through it !
A talk show aimed to promote interdisciplinary communication, encourage research communication and public engagement among Phd students and researchers in Higher Education UK (or anyone who is interested in becoming a researcher/academia basically).
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.
Exactly one week before an historic and unpredictable election, URY News is joined by representatives of the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties to discuss the key talking points of our election and fight for your votes, with analysis and context from other student media groups.