9 Results

Ben Toone
More music than you can shake a stick at
Student Elections Warm Up Show
Good excitable music to get you geared up for results night. Stick this on your wireless while you put your glad rags on for the free entry event in Derwent.
Get dramatic with ((URY)) - The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, followed from week 3 by student-written and performed The Matchstick Man.
The event of the year. All the bands from the main arena, all the atmosphere and excitement packed into your good old radio ears. Stick on URY.

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.

Dial M for Toby

If you enjoy the sweet sounds of mental anguish, you'll love Dial M for Toby. With more features than you could conceivably shake a stick at, there's something for everyone, and a lot of The Cure.


(Pronounced "directory Bandcamp") D:\Bandcamp>dir is a show all about the weird and wonderful world of self-releasing musicians and tiny bedroom labels found on Bandcamp. Join Night Call and 8-Bit and Beyond host Bernie, as he sticks his arm into the petri dish known as online music culture. Everything from vaporwave, to future funk, to trip hop, to doom jazz, to whatever you can think of really.

The Breakfast Bros. Brogue Broakfast Bronanza

Get up (exclamation mark) with that Kneller fella and the ever enthusiastic Thomas "the dank engine...er for a breakfast journey unlike any ever witnessed by those of sound mind.

Just Turn It Off Already! Christmas '20

It's the end of term one here at york and Christmas is right around the corner, and our Ofcom regulated broadcast hours.

Join us as we gather around the proverbial yuletide log and enjoy an evening of fun and games as we, the fine people of URY, get together for one last blast of Crimbo merriment and questionable radio content.

So come along, get festive, and enjoy while The Man (read as 'Ofcom') tries to (read as 'tells us to') shut us down (read as 'not broadcast outside our allowed period')