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Josh and Russell: 'Commemorating Gordon Brown?'
URY's award winning, record breaking, Hilary Benn bothering radio review brings you the best of politics, current affairs and culture. Join in our weekly topical debate, enjoy the pre-recorded political review, shout at interviews, explore world music with our weekly 'muso', sing along to live music, pray away with our exploration of campus religions and, of course, weep at the Russell Truran Telly Blog.
Josh Chambers Sunday!
Political Review, Religious Intransigence, Economic Analysis and Unbreakable Resolve (may contain live music and Tim Wallace).
New Generation Society
The New Generation Society (NGS) is a non-partisan group promoting a new form of political dialogue, outside conventional party politics. We believe that it is the responsibility of our generation, those who are students or young adults today, to stand up and face the problems of tomorrow. We want to reconnect our generation with politics, and encourage new ideas on the issues that we will shortly be responsible for tackling.
Shades of Grey
An hour of political chat!.
The Josh and Russell Review
Political discourse, intelligent design, live interviews, live music, and not forgetting Josh and Russell.
New Morning

Tom Morello once said that ‘every successful, progressive, radical or revolutionary movement that has ever been seen has had a great soundtrack’. We bring you these soundtracks. Each week we have a different theme and movement, playing the songs that have provided impetus for change and given people a voice. 


Week 1 General Election Debate
Join Laura Cress as she chairs a debate between student representatives from each political party in front of a live studio audience.
To ask your question either message us through the website or email elections@ury.org.uk.
Focus Music: Around the World

A collective of music specialists trace and discuss political, rhythmical and cultural patterns in a journey around the globe through music which normally remains underneath the radioplay radar. World music, reggae, jazz, blues, anything new, alternative and exciting. 


Prince Cassidy & The Magical Sandwich Maker reunite the Fairy Kingdom

Speculative political debate.


Musical Odyssey

The show will be discussing interesting evets that have occured within the press, tabloids and political sphere. It is really a way to inspire people to be more open with their views - and be able to share them without receiving judgement on their beliefs. 

These little talks will be filled with bursts of music of all genres - ranging from the effortless glamour of Lana Del Rey to the psychedelic music of Arctic Monkeys. I have quite a wide range of preferences and there will most definetly be something for everyone!!!


What's Next? The West Wing Chat Show

Everybody know's the greatest political drama/general TV show ever made was The West Wing. From the fantastic walking one shots, to the true amazingness that was Jed Bartlet, what more could one possibly want from a show? Each week we will be discussing a different episode of The West Wing, pulling it apart and talking about our favourite scenes and how much we wish Jed Bartlet was real.


The York Politics Digest

York Politics Society's official radio show, covering all things political. Each week Adam and Charlie will present you with a lighthearted look at what's going on in the world of current affairs.


The York Politics Digest

York Politics Society's official radio show, covering all things political. Each week Adam and Charlie will present you with a lighthearted look at what's going on in the world of current affairs.


York’s Political Mashup

York’s Political Mashup debates and discusses the prominent political issues of each week with representatives from political parties across the university. 


The York Politics Digest

York Politics Society's official radio show, covering all things political. Each week Adam and Charlie will present you with a lighthearted look at what's going on in the world of current affairs.


The York Politics Digest

York Politics Society's official radio show, covering all things political. Each week Adam and Charlie will present you with a lighthearted look at what's going on in the world of current affairs.


York’s Political Mashup

York’s Political Mashup debates and discusses the prominent political issues of each week with representatives from political parties across the university. 


York’s Political Mashup

York’s Political Mashup debates and discusses the prominent political issues of each week with representatives from political parties across the university. 


York’s Political Mashup

York’s Political Mashup debates and discusses the prominent political issues of each week with representatives from political parties across the university. 


York’s Political Mashup

York’s Political Mashup debates and discusses the prominent political issues of each week with representatives from political parties across the university. 


York’s Political Mashup

York’s Political Mashup debates and discusses the prominent political issues of each week with representatives from political parties across the university. 


Yorcast

Spiritual successor to the York Politics Digest, but in podcast form! This is a podcast from the York Politics Society. Hear a roundup of current affairs, discussion of major political events/ideas, and exclusive interviews. Hosted by Charlie Buckley and Adam Boulton Rawlinson.


PEPtalk

A regular podcast dissecting UK and European politics with unique guests from a range of backgrounds and political associations. PEPtalk brings a much-needed fresh look to politics and won't leave you crying.


Veale's Reveal

A thought provoking hour talking about different areas of our society. Let's get political, sociological and reVEALE some challenges going on in our society


Alumni Shows: Retrospectre! with Matt Windsor

If Mr Motivator can make a surprise comeback to airwaves in these interesting times... so can Retrospectre!  Yes, it's that URY show from the early 2010s with that person that said those words and played those songs.  Join Matt 'Not Stratford' Windsor from the comfort of their inadequately acoustically designed bedroom in North Yorkshire as they haunt URY like the spectre of leftist political ideology with choice cuts from the 80s, 70s, and the 80s again, while complaining about nearly being 30.