Join Jess and Michael as results start to come in across the country. Hear from Society members and Sabbatical Officers, and feel free to ask your own questions to current students, getting ready for your new life in York!
This results day from 7 am to midnight, URY will be broadcasting LIVE coverage as people receive their A-Level results across the country. With fresh content specifically aimed at the University of York's offer holders and those on the clearing lines, tune in for a day of top (available) presenters giving you the true York experience.... or Yor-xperience... (don't worry, you'll get used to all the “Yor-” puns)
A feel-good hour of Josh going off on stories about his various encounters with York's territorial wildlife, student worries and arguably informative features aswell as his varied taste in music, how could you not listen?
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 on anything from the ups and downs of student life at the University of York to baking and, your weekly dose of much-needed serotonin.
Feel free to pop us a message whilst we're live on-air. We'd love to hear from you!
With a term 1 unlike any other almost over, join URY News as they speak to both the Vice Chancellor and some representatives from student media about all that has occured and what the year ahead may look like.
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.
A series of four specials exploring the relationship between sounds and words and other forms of art. Each week, we will be discussing the connections between different pieces of work with a series of special guests. We'll be featuring great and innovative music, writing and art written by our favourite established artists and york students.
The idea of fishtail comes from Ouroboros, which is the image of a fish or reptile biting its own tail. It signifies something that is constantly recreating itself, something that pre-existed and is so powerful that it must continue. Of course, it also comes from the notion of a fisherman's tale. In our programme, we're going to be 'biting our tales' and circulating from one art form to the next.
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?
Will you still love us when we're 64? Richard and Kim did their last student URY show in June 1976. This show will be hair raising if they had any left.
The team discusses the issues facing the students at the University of York. They also offer a friendly forum for students. Kirsty Taylor reports and interviews.
The URY Speech team invetsigates the role of gender identity in our society. Our aim is to raise awareness of the different types of identity, and to address related topics such as the representation of gender in the media, politics, and law, as well as looking at the history of gender and personal perspectives from students. Georgie Norgate interviews a variety of people to learn about their personal experience with gender and some issues they have come across as a result of their gender identity.
Alex, Joe and Jess decided that the evenings were just too late and what everybody really wants to do, is a breakfast show! Join the trio for the most fun you've ever had at uni before 2pm when you usually wake up.
A show with an aim, to play all the best songs that weren't top billing, that were hidden on the other side of the vinyl, on track 2 of the CD and tucked away in the depths of iTunes in a digital age. Come forth and find the best songs you never knew existed, B sides are where artists make their real music, now it's time for you to hear it.
Over my time at URY and in student media, I've spoken to plenty of interesting people, but never really had a chance to get to know them. In this series I'm talking to the people that are making an impact on campus and in York, and finding out what makes them tick
The Student Radio Association's chart, featuring the Top 20 from across the SRA Network over the last week. Rotating through stations, this show will be hosted by URY on the 28th February, and we can't wait!