Listen to a show with two promises: 1) music, 2) Towells having a mild existential crisis about being done with the content portion of his degree.
Alex and Marks educate each other about their completely different music tastes. The pair will focus on a different section of their respective back catalogues each week, split half way between Marks' eclectic electronic and Alex's weird and wonderful rock and funk, it's sure to be an... interesting combination.
Join Charlie and friend(s) to countdown the top 10 songs from a random topic
Expect: Norwegian banters, funny conspiracies, chit chat about life, Dictator fun facts, and last but not least: Epic movie music, and movie talks
May my voice be with you!
All the biggest and weirdest news stories of the past week discussed in a somewhat philosophical manner. Brought to you by Benjie and Alex
Joe Rawcliffe takes you on a magical mystery tour into the weird and wonderful world of song covers.
Alumni Shows: Anything but the 80s. As a change from his regular Sunday evening 80s shows, David Hemingway explores music from other decades. most of which has probably never been played on URY before. The first hour is an eclectic mix of weird, sometimes baffling, but always engaging music; in the second hour, we settle down a specially curated late-night mix of laid-back sounds.
Want to hear about the weird and wonderful things students and locals get up to in York? This is the show for you!
(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.
Term 1 has flown by and we haven't done enough radio! So we're cramming this in at the last minute (much like all of our coursework).
Christmas is indeed nearly upon us and you may already be bored to death of the same old Christmas pop songs in the supermarket, but never fear, we're here to bring you some of the more unusual, fun, and just darn weird Christmassy music available to us.
Such a strange show with so many strange occurences. This is a show where really anything can happen within reason. It is ill planned, ill excecuted and the host is strange, but as the title suggests in the future it may become better and better by chance and what you guys say! So, enjoy the music, enjoy the talk and be weirded out by those people who keep looking at you through your window... Really what are they looking at..?
Alex Kneller takes you on a ride through the weirdly wonderful history of 20th & 21st century vocal harmony and a cappella music, covering everything from 60s doo-wop, spiritual, pop, country and everything inbetween. Instruments not required.
All the weird stuff and some of my favs
Join us for 2 magical hours a week of reporting all absurdity there is. We talk about news that are odd, weird, crazy, or eccentric, but most importanly, interesting and amusing (ooh, dem adjectives and thesaurus eloquence). All this PLUS lots of music! We play everything from good old classics to guilty pleasures, we just go with the flow (and requests!).
Tune in every Monday at 5pm!
Waiting for your messages and existing solely for your amusement,
I.e. Truly yours,
Smeleanor Smith from Grassington and Kaja Harton
Join Sophie and James for a special late night Transmission. Back in our original slot, we will be telling tales of musical history and playing hosts of classic tracks. Potential themes for each show are the stories of iconic bands, musicians or albums, the evolution of genres and record labels.
Join Flora as she learns how to use a radio studio in real time, set to the soothing soundtrack of her favourite tracks du jour.
Show comprising 3 final year undergraduates taking a look at that inevitable question of 'what next?'... through the medium of entertainment. Alongside a special guest each week (we'll sort these- people with varying weird and wonderful things lined up for them after uni), we'll look to sift through one more potential life choice every week as we count down towards the end of university. The planned format of the show will look to include an interview with our special guest as they join us for a whole host of potential silly features including:
- Helen and Judy's travelling tips. Being seasoned travellers of Asia, the pair will reveal another wacky story from their travelling experiences each week.
- 'Fit it in my Fro' - special guest will look to fit a different object each week into Joe's afro. Feature will also include leaderboard based on nature of object chosen and how many they managed to fit in his hair.
- 'Joe's chimes' or a title to that effect. Comic song, recorded specially for the show every week, written by Joe on a subject messaged in to the show/something to do with the idea of 'what's next?'
- Interview with our special guest on what his/her plan is for next year and/or what they are currently doing having now graduated. Many exciting people lined up!
- 'Decipher Judy/Helen' or title to that effect- feature involving Joe/listeners attempting to guess certain scottish accented words in English or Gaelic.
Show's music will probably be around 6 songs and will be a competition between Joe, Helen and Judy (2 songs each) on who has picked the best music for that day. Potentially based around the 'what next' theme for that show!
In a nutshell, light-hearted entertainment show looking at the serious question of 'what's next?'. Aimed then at current final years but also applicable for all years. Will also look to have jingle for the show- playing on idea of 'tweedle Dum' (Helen/Judy), tweedle De (Helen/Judy) and Me (Joe).
Join Flora Jackson as she plays songs from the distant past to the near future. Bizarre tunes and offbeat humour abound.