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The Stephen Show: Prince

12th Nov '17, 1:00pm

Expect lots of fun facts and a great selection of tracks as Stephen Martin explores the career of Prince

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James’ Psycho Show #7

12th Nov '17, 2:00pm

James Clark plays a selection of the best psychobilly tracks to kick start your Sunday afternoon.

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Femme Collective #2

12th Nov '17, 3:00pm

On this episode Beth talks to Rose Condo, a performance poet who hails from the Canadian Prairies, now living in Wakefield. The show features some Canadian tunes, live poetry and discussion about Rose's journey to becoming a freelance performance poet

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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).

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Revolutionary Radio #1

12th Nov '17, 12:00pm

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

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What Happened In Leeds

11th Nov '17, 7:30pm

Soviet Leeds’ present “What Happened At Leeds”, a performance inspired by the Leeds Peace Summit of 1917. The event features readings of the speeches made by those attending the Great Leeds Peace Convention which took place at the Coliseum in June 1917 alongside original music inspired by the events surrounding the Convention. The idea of marking the events of June 1917 came about through a facebook discussion. It later became a reality when Jon Langford of the band the Mekons asked John Boocock to put something together for the band’s 40th anniversary celebrations. Those involved at Mekonville wanted to repeat the event in Leeds. By adding music, which is inspired by the suffrage movement and the anti Jewish riots which took place in Leeds at the same time there is an added flavour of other things that were going on in the city at a time when many were inspired by the recent Russian revolution. Speeches featured were originally made by the likes of Bob Smillie, Ramsay MacDonald, Bertrand Russell, Dora Montefiore, Sylvia Pankhurst and Ernest Bevin. The music has been written by Kevin Lycett. The proceedings will be interspersed with observations on what was happening in Leeds at that time including a new piece by members of Magpies Three. The readings will be performed by people from Leeds including author Chris Nickson, Claire Irving, Magpie Three’s Daisy Bellis and Alice Barthholomew alongside writers John Boocock and Julia Nelson. Kevin Lycett and Fiona McMillan from the Hill Bandits with Rebecca and Sarah from Esper Scout will perform the songs.

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Business Network #3

10th Nov '17, 6:00pm

Today's guest is Carmel Harrison, an ex-Fleet Street journalist who now owns and operates her own PR business, Carmel Harrison PR

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Trapfield Tribe Live @ the Chapel November ’17

10th Nov '17, 7:30pm

We are very pleased to welcome grime artists Trapfield Tribe to Chapel FM for a special one-off gig ahead of their national tour with Tenements, and Frank Grimes and the Disasters.

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Blind Dead McRadio Show #55

7th Nov '17, 7:30pm

The Blind Dead boys return with more blues and tunes

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Two Sevens DJs #43

7th Nov '17, 8:30pm

Join Two Sevens DJs for 2 hours of vintage Jamaican sounds as they share their vinyl record collection of oldies and goldies. Tune in!

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Culture Shock: Nigeria

3rd Nov '17, 4:00pm

This show looks at fast-beat Nigerian pop music, known as Afrobeats

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Welly’s Nerdy News #13

3rd Nov '17, 5:00pm

Welly's Nerdy News Returns, covering all the gaming news of October and much more, Including coverage of the Manchester Play Expo 2017.

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Defiant Lives: An Introduction

2nd Nov '17, 10:00am

Ahead of Chapel FM's screening of Defiant Lives on November 17th, our Find Your Frequency participant, DB, spoke with the film's director and co-producer, Sarah Barton. Defiant Lives introduces the world to the most impressive activists you’ve never heard of and tells the story of the rise and fight of the disability rights movement in the United States, Britain and Australia. Featuring exclusive interviews with elders (some now deceased) who’ve led the movement over the past five decades, the film weaves together never-before-seen archival footage with the often-confronting personal stories of disabled men and women as they moved from being warehoused in institutions to fighting for independence and control over their lives.

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Science Matters #12

31st Oct '17, 7:30pm

Greg Maciejewski, a cognitive scientist from the School of Psychology at Leeds University, talks to Ann and Terry about language and linguistics and the neural mechanisms involved in language comprehension, and about how different cues help us understand spoken and written language.

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Deaf Youth Club #1

30th Oct '17, 7:30pm

The Deaf Youth Club give radio a go!

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Untitled Film Show – #10

27th Oct '17, 6:00pm

James, Chloe and Jake teturn for October to talk all film things Halloween and the Leeds Film Festival.

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Open Fright Night – October ’17

27th Oct '17, 7:30pm

It's getting Spooky at this months Open Mic Night down at Chapel FM Arts Centre Get down for 7pm if you want to sign up to perform, for a frightful but yet delightful night Spooky Halloween song are also welcome. Muhahahahaha.

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Hot Flavours #31

24th Oct '17, 7:30pm

With Autumn fast closing in we kick up some leaves and bring you music to snuggle up to: Art Tatum will warm your toes, before Hawkins, Smith, and Shearing spread heat all around. Mehldau laments August ending, and Ahmad Jamal completes the seasonal circle. Dr John brings some polished gruff to proceedings – with double tog vocals from Helen Merrill, Sarah Vaughan and Nina Simone – and Louis Armstrong to walk you home – feeling good.

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VI Day: Ambition – October ’17

23rd Oct '17, 2:00pm

The VI group explore the theme of ambition through a series of interviews with Chapel FM staff members.

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Common Ground #1

22nd Oct '17, 10:00am

Jake Wright presents a musical exploration of the “Commonwealth of nations’; that is the intergovernmental organisation of 52 member states; united by language, history, culture and values of democracy, free speech, human rights and the rule of law.

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The Ukulele Show #5

22nd Oct '17, 11:00am

For their fifth broadcast, Stuart and Tracey Cameron play a selection of ukulele songs, including a live performance from Stuart himself. Don’t fret!

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Sunday Stressbuster #5

22nd Oct '17, 12:00pm

Stress busting hour with Linda Sage. You can find out more about the issues in today’s show and Linda’s work through her website and YouTube channel.

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Club Dance #3

22nd Oct '17, 1:00pm

Adam Firth hosts a mix of club tracks for your listening pleasure

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Blind Dead McRadio Podcast #7

22nd Oct '17, 2:00pm

The Blind Dead McJones band welcome another band into the chapel to listen to some tunes and discuss all aspects of band life. #7 – The Hoodoo Operators

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Love Arts: The Closing Show

22nd Oct '17, 4:00pm

The final broadcast of this year’s Love Arts festival explores the happenings of the Love Arts Pop Up and closing party. Also featured is an interview with Yolanda Mercy, writer and performer of Quarter Life Crisis.

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Urban Selection: Cyber Trance #5

22nd Oct '17, 5:00pm

DJ Khaos presents Cyber Trance part 5. Khaos in it’s purest form!

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Chris Sharkey presents… October ’17

20th Oct '17, 7:30pm

Chris Sharkey's first broadcast during his residency, talking about his work and playing live... Apart from welcoming people to come and see him at work on Wednesdays, he will also be presenting a series of events as part of Chapel FM's regular Friday Night Live programme of events. This first event will also feature special guest Matt Calvert in conversation and performance. http://mattcalvert.co.uk/ Matt is an incredible guitarist, keyboardist, producer and all-round musical ninja who is perhaps best known as a member of prog-electronica power-trio Three Trapped Tigers. Matt has a background in rock and jazz but is also currently bringing his considerable talents to The Heritage Orchestra and Drum ‘n’ Bass legend, Goldie’s live band. The evening will begin with a little Q & A where the two musicians will discuss music and improvisation and swap stories of their experience and knowledge. In the second half Chris and Matt will perform an exclusive improvised duet for the Chapel FM audience.

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Left of Leeds #22

20th Oct '17, 6:00pm

John Toolan returns with a selection of left field jazz, experimental and improv music for the ultimate alternative Friday evening.

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Dave’s Dozen #1

18th Oct '17, 2:00pm

Our Find Your Frequency participant, Dave Wrighton, invites you on a musical journey exploring his life from the age of 5 to 50!

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Love The Words #68

17th Oct '17, 7:30pm

LTW tonight features Laura Potts’ Poetry Nook, a Helen and Phil show about Fantasy, and a brand new regular show from Wakefield archwizard of wordery, Jimmy Andrex.