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The History of URY
Former Station Manager Gill Rickson presents everything you need to know about the last 40 years of University Radio York. Produced by former Programme Controller Matt Wareham.
New North-Side Air

Playing the best new local alternative music and keeping you up to date on upcoming shows in York.

Listen To What ISA
Exploring the World in York. The University of York's International Students' Association discovers the diversity of culture, lifestyle and music found on Campus.
'Creditors' by August Strindberg
The last production of the URY Festival of Drama from the national award winning drama team at University Radio York. Anxiously awaiting the return of his new wife, Adolph finds solace in the words of a stranger. But comfort soon turns to destruction as old wounds are opened, insecurities are laid bare and former debts are settled. Regarded as Strindberg's most mature work, "Creditors" is a darkly comic tale of obsession, honour and revenge. David Greig's version premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, London, in September 2008 and now comes to URY with an incredible student cast directed by Lewis Gray. The production, starring Georgia Bird, Ryan Lane and Dan Wood will be in the third week of the URY Festival of Radio Drama!
URY Welcome Week 2020: Constantine College Move In

URY are here as you move in to your new home at York!! We'll have all the best music and games to give you a warm welcome to university.

Like what we do? Get involved here: https://ury.org.uk/getinvolved/ 

Get to Bed

Get to Bed helps you get to bed. In between music, we read original bedtime stories on air and inform your dreams. Send any submissions to aw1048@york.ac.uk

URY Newshour

 The stories making campus headlines. Plus reaction and analysis from the national award-winning URY News team

URY 50

As URY turns 50, James Brookes celebrates the last half century of University Radio York.  James will count backwards one year at a time playing the biggest hits, discussing the new events and crazes and the important moments in URY history until he reaches 1968 at the end of the summer term.

The Sweetest Hour

The Sweetest Hour is presented to you by your host Sweet Taniks. On this show you can expect: an eclectic selection of music and rip-offs of popular podcast's games and discussion formats; including silly chats and interviews with other students here in York. 

Looking back, moving forward!

A reflection on our four years of University in York.

Indie Unearthed: Three Years

Celebrating 3 years of pretentious tunes! A retrospective of all our favourite releases over our time at York.

The Watford Boys
Mash up of music leaning to Drum and Bass - Beware of the banter. Giving you the very best of chart, indie, dance and drum and bass. Bringing the boys of Watford to York.
URY Speech: The Culture Show

The latest in arts, food and drink in the University and wider city of York.

Warm Up to Tokyo: Professor Green Special
Join Chalkie and Jacob for your chance to win tickets to see Professor Green live in York. A one off special giveaway, along with the usual supply of the newest club tunes, this is one not to be missed!
URY Gold Special: Christmas Chart
A journey into Christmas past, featuring the top ten Gold Christmas songs as judged by you. Email gold@ury.york.ac.uk to have your say on the best and worst Christmas music ever!.

Less than a year after boxing took centre stage for the opening ceremony of Roses 2015 it's back in the spotlight as "The Fighter" comes to York. A group of York students who had no boxing experience back in the autumn have been undertaking a training camp in preparation of their amateur débuts. Listen to the drama of 9 amateur bouts to see which York students will triumph like Rocky and which will end up just biting the dust.

Results Day 2020: Lunch

Beth, Ben and Colin take you through lunch, as results become known and people such as yourself look to find out more about life in York. Tune in for exclusive interviews with YUSU Sabbatical Officers, Frequently Asked Questions and a hefty dosage of questionable Pop Culture content.

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)

The LGBTQ Revue

A fortnightly insight into the LGBTQ scene at York. Feauturing a panel of network representatives, students guests, and presenter Jack Elliott, we'll be discussing topical issues and news items, looking at LGBTQ history and maybe even throwing a few quizzes your way!


Stage is the URY show for all things student theatre! We'll bring you the latest theatre news on campus with up to date reviews, opportunities and exclusive previews for the newest DramaSoc plays, CHMS musicals and more! Tune in every Saturday for your theatre fix.

Nuclear Funker

For those hip-shakin', foot-tappin', hard-groovin' residents of York. Our 'preciation of the phat funky beatz, sick tasty licks and the ill nasty hooks gives us all that phamiliar phuzzy pheeling in our knickerbockers. Turn on, tune in and drop out as Soul Patch Rick and Bullet Proof Funk aim to spread thier sweet seed of funky love all about. 'If you don't like my music, you don't have to use it. Funkin is a thing that all of us release' The Brothers Johnson

URY Lunch: Uncle Russ
Need to talk? Want some advice? Then give URY's brand new Agony Uncle, Russell 'Discuss with Russ' Truran, a call on 01904 43 3841 or drop him an email on studio@ury.york.ac.uk. Whatever your problem, no matter how big or small, he'll have a go at helping you out... We can also talk about topical issues if you like...
YUSU Awards 2020: Love York Awards

The annual Love York Awards recognise and reward the accomplishments of students across the University of York. Societies, volunteers, course reps and more are celebrated for a variety of achievements and times they have gone above and beyond this academic year.

Join us, and some special guests, as we take you through the celebrations!

Enturbulation: Scientology in York
Rob Watts presents a short documentary about student involvement in the pro and ant-Scientology movement in York.
The Brighter Side of Life

Pseudo intellectual conversations with the brightest young minds of the University of York. 

[Warning: Contains mindless drivel]

URY Sessions - Live from the Lounge

URY Sessions goes live with 3 great acts!

Join us for the jazzy maestros BrassaNova,

an intimate solo set from BBC Introducing's Berkshire's Ray Wills

and headliners Follow the Giant, an indie rock band based in York.