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Hot Flavours – #33

Today, 7:30pm

A rare feast tonight, indeed! To carry you warm into this chilly New Year we bring to the table live - on live. All tracks drawn from 3 live albums and featuring blues legend Albert King live at Filmore West 1968 - plus, Ben Webster with Stan Tracey live at Ronnie Scott’s also in ‘68, and finally the one and only Thelonius Monk live at the Newport Jazz Festival in New York’s Lincoln Centre 1975 - his last recorded performance either live or in the studio. Whet your appetite - and come back for even more Hot Flavours on Chapel FM.

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Urban Selection – #14

Sunday, 5:00pm

DJ Khaos brings you tomorrow's mixes now!

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Blind Dead McRadio Podcast – #8 Andrews Sugden

Sunday, 3:00pm

Featuring Andrews Sugden who runs Yorkshire Gig Guide .

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Sunday Stressbuster – #8

Sunday, 12:00pm

For the first Stressbuster show of 2018 Linda will be booking at the stigma and social awareness of mental health. Linda will be looking at how life, socially, work wize, relationships is dogged by negative perceptions of mental illness.

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The Ukulele Show – #8

Sunday, 11:00am

For their eighth broadcast Stuart and Tracey Cameron begin their first show of 2018 with a varied selection of ukulele songs.

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Common Ground – #4

Sunday, 10:00am

Common Ground returns in 2018 to bring listeners of East Leeds FM a musical offering from the Commonwealth of Nations. Inspired by a post-Christmas holiday to Scotland, Jake Wright delves into Celtic rhythms from around the commonwealth, including playing folk music from England (Cornwall), Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Canada (Newfoundland), as well as exploring collectives like Afro-Celt Sound System and Transglobal Underground, who made a name for themselves by forging traditional Celtic music with equivalent folk styles from around the world.

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Warm Up Session – #30

Saturday, 8:00pm

The Warm Up Session Group, celebrate there 7th Anniversary and do a round up of 2017.

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SHARKEY II

Friday, 7:30pm

For the second 'Chris Sharkey presents...' night at Chapel FM, Chris will be performing with master drummer Joost Hendrickx (Kefaya, Shatner's Bassoon). The two musicians will also be in conversation with John Toolan discussing their experiences of playing jazz and improvised music.

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Left of Leeds – #25

Friday, 6:00pm

John Toolan presents more weird and wonderful jazz and leftfield music from in and around the Leeds area

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Version 2.0

Wednesday, 2:00pm

Do you know any cover versions of songs that you think improved on the original recordings? Paul Gardner takes you through some of his favourite examples, including some that you may not even know were covers.

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The Music Institute – #2

Tuesday, 9:30pm

For the first Music Institute of 2018 I’ll be welcoming back Paul Radley of House/Disco outfit Monkey Boots. Expect the usual Audiophiles wet dream, as we search out the finest music old and new from every corner of the world. Tracks from Suicide, Can, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, KDJ, Dinosaur L, Pepe Braddock and many more,

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Love the Words – #71

Tuesday, 7:30pm

7.30pm: Jimmy Andrex’s Seminal Outburst. This month on Marx (as in Karl, not Groucho). Expect revolutionary unrest and upheaval! 8.20: Laura Potts’ Poetry Nook. In the winter-wet of January, Laura Potts speaks to Ilkley-based musician Keely Hodgson on her career as a composer and the role that poetry has played in her work. From childhood to the present day, Hodgson will discuss the link between poetry and music, between the poetic line and the lyric, and just how much the two interplay. To a classical soundtrack, she will also share her own compositions accompanied by Laura's poetry and recently performed on the BBC. 9pm: Jaimes Lewis Moran and Dave Binns present their own music and poetry combo. Image attached: By Betty Lawless.

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