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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.


URY SPORT: College Cup Live Draw

URY Sport bring you the live draw for this year’s college vase and cup competitions ahead of their start in weeks 2 and 3 respectively.


The Last Taboo: Sexual Violence Awareness Week Hour

The co-founders of The Last Taboo take you through an hour of information and education on the topic of sexual violence as part of Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2021. 


York 90
A round up of the week's top stories from campus, North Yorkshire and the world. As well as a full entertainment run down, what's on guide and after six, a run down of the day's campus sporting action.
URY LIVE AT 5: The World According to Big Ben
Music from all over; weekly topic specials; live guests and music; sorting out the issues while we still know it all. You can expect pretty much everything on this show; tastes in tracks from indie to electro, alternative to pop classics. Special guests on our hot topics join Ben and the crew for live debates, live music and interviews, competitions and features such as the ever popular 'Random Track', 'Stupid American News', weekly appeals, and the legendary 'Fresher Divert'...
Roger That

Roger That returns for another year. Featuring classic features like Segment of the Week as well as some new games. And of course we'll fill the hour with 100% bangers. 


Reel Love, The Film Soundtrack Show. Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Tarantino

Reel Love, The Film Soundtrack Show. Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Tarantino is a show with a really long title. It also is a show which is about film scores whether filled with pop or classical. Each week we'll be hearing some silver screen brilliance from a different theme to set you up for the week ahead. So get your popcorn, get your drink and settle down for the reel start to your week.


Tracks for Today

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.


URY Brunch: The Saturday Lie-In

James Brookes gives you the best start to the weekend.  A light hearted look at the morning papers, fascinating facts and the latest new music.


URY Fresh
Tune in each week to hear debut shows from the newest presenters at URY.
Warmup to Woodstock: Tom and Toast's 24hr Takeover
A dozen live bands in the URY studios, interviews from around the world, and guests in the studio come together for this Week 9 24-hour Warmup to Woodstock marathon, all in aid of York RAG.
'The New World Order' by Ben Jeapes. Part 2: 1651
niversity Radio York's national award winning team presents our most ambitious drama to date, which sees the English Civil war turned on its head when a third force enters the battle in this alternative history thriller. Six years have past since the events of Part 1 and an uneasy peace has been agreed. But with the arrival of The Dommonel and missionaries from Golekh englands peace stands on a knife edge. Based on the acclaimed novel and available to hear worldwide at www.ury.org.uk, with two feature length Episodes over two consecutive weeks!
Speed of Life

A carefully curated selection of broadly "alternative" (whatever that means) tunes from the classic to the eclectic, with a special nod of fondness to the arty and pretentious. Yes, "classic alternative" is kind of a contradiction in terms, but here at Speed of Life, we embrace paradox to the point of meaninglessness. Occasional themed weeks provide welcome respite from the usual swirl of chaos.


A Portion Of Seaweed
Every week we have a new theme that will dictate the playlist, the games and the guests! Its like a different kinder surprise every week!!
Dance Anthems
Matty J kick-starts your weekend with the latest and greatest from the world of House, Electro and Big-Room Dance Anthems!
Dan and James
Your week starts here with URY's Officially Most Listened to show of 2009.
Tea for Two

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 :sparkles:serotonin:sparkles:.

Feel free to pop us a message whilst we're live on-air. We'd love to hear from you!


Later with Jules from Holland

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.


R&B Weekly

Your weekly fix of old and new R&B alongside short discussions on R&B related news. 


Hannah's Cacophonic Hour
Hannah and a bustle of passionate guests expound on life's greatest mysteries and play undiscovered music adhering to a different theme each week. Disclaimer: the term 'Cacophonic' is subjective.
URY Brunch: The Girl Power Hour(s)

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.


The (Bi)Weekly Muddle

It's Gina and Jamie. It's third year. We're still on the radio. We're still funny. Tune in. 


Top Of The Drops
An hour of the newest, oldest and all round classic bass tunes. Stay tuned for the Drop of the Week!
Alumni Shows: Darkside of the 80s - 90s

Playing music from the leftfield side of 70's 80s & 90s, for the final show of the term Stewart explores highlights of the NME Top 100 Albums, originally broadcast on URY in 1990.


URY Breakfast: Midweek Sparrow-Fart

Sparrow-Fart: "Very early in the morning!" Join Jay and Steve every week as they get up at sparrowfart purely for your entertainment. With a look at the mornings papers, some form of music and invariably some form of conversation, it's everything you would expect from a breakfast programme and more (or less).