Programme

Fie! Fie! Fie!

9th Dec '17, 10:00pm

Combining huge guitars, soulful vocal harmonies, relentless drums and bass Fie! Fie! Fie! deliver sincerity and wit in equal measures leaving you screaming for more

Programme

Stramash

9th Dec '17, 3:00pm

Stramash play a mix of traditional English, Irish and Canadian music, plus original tunes with a folk inflection. Stramash is a Gaelic word meaning ‘disturbance’

Programme

Johnny Hall

9th Dec '17, 10:30pm

A man and guitar live in harmony in the acoustic cave

Programme

Business Network #4

8th Dec '17, 6:00pm

Linda Sage will be interviewing Frances Day founder and Chief Bird of Bird Board. She is a force of nature having developed this networking group from a few local members to a Yorkshire-wide entity. Also, there will be an interview from Tina Norbury, in Harrogate, who is using her expertise to support and help people wanting to start business in the health and care fields. There will be the Best Customer Service slot, to name and applaud a company that has gone above and beyond to help a customer. Plus my personal tips and good practice for great presentations, whether it is for an interview or confidence in social situations, speaking well stands you out from the crowd. All of this with great music and options to call/write in to have your own questions or queries answered.

Programme

Dave’s Dozen #2

6th Dec '17, 2:00pm

A countdown of the top 12 tracks by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, brought to you by Dave Wrighton

Programme

NGB: The Really Reliable News Show

6th Dec '17, 5:00pm

With the rise of Fake News engulfing the headlines, the Next Generation Broadcasters explore the phenomenon through both fact and fiction

Programme

Two Sevens DJs #44

5th Dec '17, 8:30pm

Join Two Sevens for the last reggae show of 2017 with an all vinyl selection of Jamaican music. This month we give thanks to Duke Reid/Treasure Isle & we select tracks from our classic album of the month - Legalize It by Peter Tosh.

Programme

Blind Dead McRadio Show #56

5th Dec '17, 7:30pm

Tonight's blues-athon is brought to you by just two of the Blind Dead McJones members as Cake is away on a farm!

Programme

Trust Choir

4th Dec '17, 3:00pm

Children from Cross Gates, Beechwood and Grange Farm schools return to Chapel FM and sing their hearts out. A truly magical afternoon!

Programme

Culture Shock: Christmas Special

1st Dec '17, 4:00pm

Culture Shock: Christmas Special presents a range of festive music from across the African continent

Programme

Welly’s Nerdy News #14

1st Dec '17, 5:00pm

Welly's Nerdy News is back covering all the gaming news in November and even gaming recommendation for this christmas.

Programme

Chapel FM Jazz Collective presents…

1st Dec '17, 7:30pm

The Chapel FM Jazz Collective is a brand new, exciting, high-energy big band. But not a typical big band jazz group though—they play a wide range of music from across the jazz spectrum.

Programme

Clue Records Presents… #11

28th Nov '17, 9:00pm

Scott & Ste build up to their Christmas party by playing songs by bands performing for them. They talk on vs upon, Amsterdam, the ferry, Chile/chilli, Patagonia, Argentina & films.

Programme

Hot Flavours #32

28th Nov '17, 7:30pm

This month’s show features Nice Work from Thelonious Monk, hot sax from Sonny Stitt - plus the easy sounds of Ramsey Lewis, Illinois Jacquet, Howard McGhee and the wonderful Paul Gonsalves. Vocals are from the hard hitting Koko Taylor, the velvet voiced Jimmy Scott, and delightful duo Dinah Washington & Brook Benton. Roland Kirk comes at you - nicely, from left field, and Don Byas walks you home with a bounce in your step - and why not. Come join us for 90 minutes of Hot Flavoured pleasure.

Programme

Common Ground #2

26th Nov '17, 10:00am

This week, host Jake Wright offers listeners up a selection of vibes from Nigeria, Tanzania, Northern Ireland, India, Tonga, Belize, Guyana and a small tribute to AC/DC’s Malcolm Young

Programme

Not The Ukulele Show #6

26th Nov '17, 11:00am

Stuart and Tracey Cameron discuss the bass guitar with guest Jan Steele. No treble!

Programme

Sunday Stressbuster #6

26th Nov '17, 12:00pm

In today's show, Linda will be discussing local doctor's services and how you can help to look after yourself. Guests include Andrea Mann, Managing Partner from Colton Mill and The Grange Medical Centre and Dr Donaldson of Dr TP Fox & Partners, Seacroft

Programme

Club Dance #4

26th Nov '17, 1:00pm

Adam Firth is back with more club classics and this month he's introducing some trivia to the mix!

Programme

Urban Selection: Dark Tech #4

26th Nov '17, 3:00pm

DJ Khaos regenerates his Dark-Tech Drum and Bass Urban Selection sessions with part 4. Darkside in it's purest form!

Programme

Romance & Blues

26th Nov '17, 2:00pm

Jaimes Moran guides you through selection of romance-inspired Blues tracks in this one-off show

Programme

Caring for the Caregiver Book Launch ft. Fuzzy Jones

25th Nov '17, 2:20pm

Linda Sage launches her new book Caring for the Caregiver, which explores the ways in which those in care-giving roles can work towards treating themselves better

Programme

Open Mic – November ’17

24th Nov '17, 7:30pm

It's the final Friday of the month meaning only one thing - OPEN MIC NIGHT! Expect local music, spoken word and performance

Programme

Untitled Film Show #11

24th Nov '17, 6:00pm

Today's show covers this year's Leeds International Film Festival

Programme

Love The Words #69

21st Nov '17, 7:30pm

This month, on Love The Words: Linda Sage talks about her new book, Caring for the Caregiver. ‘Looking after yourself is not a luxury, it is a necessity. But caring for yourself often feels much harder than looking after others. Compassion Fatigue is syndrome which particularly affects caregivers, whether professional, voluntary or within your own family; it is devastating, it is prevalent and it can be lethal’. Jimmy Andrex’s Seminal Outburst. ‘Are you a bit anal about things? If so, are you really quoting from Freud’s Theory on psychosexual development or have you just heard someone say it? The Seminal Outburst panel will attempt to uncover how Freud’s ideas have permeated our language and thought. We might talk about your mother’. R.J.Barber talks about his novel. ;’RJ Barker’s Age of Assassins is an exciting murder mystery, rife with intrigue, action and magic, set within a medieval fantasy world and the first book in the Wounded Kingdom trilogy, released worldwide through Orbit books. RJ is a native of leeds, has played in bands, been a sound engineer, a tax man and written short plays performed throughout the country at venues including the West Yorkshire playhouse, Whitby Abbey and the Imperial War Museum.” Ilkley-based Martyn Bedford reads from, and talks about, his new collection of short fiction, Letters Home, from Comma Press. Martyn has written five novels for adults and three for young adults. He is also a senior lecturer in creative writing at Leeds Trinity University.

Programme

Left of Leeds #23

17th Nov '17, 6:00pm

A selection of left field jazz, experimental and improv music for the ultimate alternative Friday evening. Tonight's guests are Freese Trio

Programme

NGB: Lyrically Speaking

15th Nov '17, 5:00pm

The Next Generation Broadcasters have all come together on a cold Wednesday evening to bring you some information about their favourite songs, the meanings behind them and the power of words through music

Programme

The Deli #58

14th Nov '17, 7:30pm

The Deli dishes up their usual broth of comedy, music, poetry, comment – this month on the theme of Wind. Wind of Change, ill wind, wind the bobbin up…

Programme

Love The Words More #49

14th Nov '17, 9:00pm

LTW(More) this week features: Mark Knowles talking about his debut novel, a ‘red-blooded crime thriller’ set in ancient Rome, The Consul’s Daughter; S.J.Bradley, novelist and editor of the acclaimed ‘Remembering Oluwale’ anthology, on her own novel, Guest; and Ian Harker, poet. Ian’s debut collection, Rules of Survival, was published this year by Templar Poetry, and he is co-founder of poetry and short fiction magazine Strix.

Programme

Is It Folk? #2

12th Nov '17, 4:00pm

*Formerly Folksters Is it Folk? presented by young folkster Owen Spafford. The show for people who don’t think they like folk music – and for everybody who does. ‘A more wonderful and eclectic mix you couldn’t find anywhere, except perhaps on Late Junction. Watch out Radio 3!’ (Sam Sweeney, Leveret/Bellowhead).

Programme

Revolutionary Radio #1

12th Nov '17, 12:00pm

November's episode of Revolutionary Radio show explores the theme of selfishness