The Computing team are let out of the
cage server closet once per week in a desperate attempt to do some "quality" "radio". Management quickly realises that this is a mistake and that these people must be kept under lock and key busy at all times.
William King is rounding off three years of student radio with 24 hours of non-stop broadcasting. There'll be party rings, chocolate fingers and maybe even some cheese and pineapple things!
If rock is your genre of choice, then look no further. Tuck-in to a plateful of punk and indie bangers served up for your enjoyment, with just a sprinkling whatever I'm most interested in on the day. Together, we can hopefully discover something new each week!
A trip back to the 80's and 90's with radio replica to even adverts to give a retro feel back to the air.
William King is rounding off three years of student radio with 24 hours of non-stop broadcasting. Everyone's got that thing which keeps them awake at night, that image they can't get out of their head. In an exclusive for URY, William King reveals his secret obsession.
Join Cameron Gordon for his final ever trip around the world on URY. Featuring classic segments such as 'She Wants a Man From Brum' and 'Brian of the Week', as well as some final reflections on three years at university. All Around the World: One More Time is a non-stop party and a fitting end to the radio voyage.
Old and New members of Speech team have gathered together over this weekend to create some spectacular Speech radio. What will they have created? Who knows! Find out by tuning in.
It's my birthday, listen to me on the radio!
Back for the fourth and final season!
Experience a trip around world through some total bangers! All Around the World aims to play music from South Africa to South America, South Sudan to South Korea, New South Wales to South London.
Welcome to more afternoon radio on University Radio York! Dizzy will take you through the next few hours with discussions about uni, results and all things student radio!
University Radio York's flagship Sunday morning show. (for a small amount of time)
A long time ago in a radio station far far away...
Join us as we talk about the final season of The Bad Batch and hope that it doesn't end in tears...
William King is rounding off three years of student radio with 24 hours of non-stop broadcasting. Sailors picking up URY probably have something wrong with their radio, but they can consider this hour a public service.
Hello! Brew yourself a cup of tea, grab a biscuit (or 25, we won't judge), sit back, and enjoy the show! Join us for a chat about anything from the ups and downs of student life at the University of York to baking and, your weekly dose of much-neededâ¨ serotoninâ¨.
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Have a wonderful day!
Claudia and Abbie
The double agent himself is back (They just can't get rid of me)! Coming to you live from the Liverpool Guild of Students in a studio kindly loaned out by Liverpool Guild Student Media. They're not on air right now but never let something so trial as technical difficulties get in the way of good radio; and what better place to go than my old stomping gound at URY.
And we killed it.
Unlike Beyoncé, we make our own content. Join us as we exercise our contractual right to a maximum of 2 Beyoncé songs in an hour, plus as may features as we can find.
songs that fit a different theme every week, depending on the specific feeling i want to convey. some themes might include: homesickness, change, the ruins of love, pancakes and syrup, the freedom of singing loudly in the car, yearning, what a teenage summer feels like, self love, anger, and pride. basically i like words and i like songs.
Urban Dictionary defines the term 'Hep Cat' as being: a musical cat who can hang and fit in with other cats that can jive. Making a show for those eclectic hep cats is what we plan to do here. Strictly for musical cats, not necessarily of the feline variety.
It's Gina and Jamie. It's third year. We're still on the radio. We're still funny. Tune in.