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Business Network #2

13th Oct '17, 6:00pm

Linda Sage presents a new business show. Today's guest is Tom Metcalfe from New Business Relationships, offering guidance and support to those new to the world of business

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NGB: Meet The Next Genners

11th Oct '17, 5:00pm

In this show the new Next Generation Broadcasters find out all about each other and Chapel FM

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The Deli #57

10th Oct '17, 7:30pm

Poetry, music, comedy, review, discussion, wit, wonder and the rest from The Deli team, this month on the theme of RUN! Run for your life, the runs, the loneliness of the long-distance… Which course will it take?

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Love The Words More #48

10th Oct '17, 8:45pm

Love The Words (More) this month is an extended edition featuring Rose Condo, Kirklees poet, and Maria Stephenson reading from her brand new collection. Rose Condo is a multiple slam-winning performance poet who hails from the Canadian prairies and is currently based in West Yorkshire. Her solo show How To Starve An Artist was runner up best UK spoken word in the 2017 Saboteur Awards, and she regularly performs at gigs and festivals across the UK. Meanwhile, when she isn’t jumping out of aeroplanes and falling off horses, Maria Stephenson is touring around with her debut poetry collection, ‘Poetry for the Newly Single Forty Something.’ She also facilitates two distance learning courses, ‘Write a Novel in a Year’ and ‘Write a Collection of Poetry in a Year.’ Visit her at www.mariastephenson.com. LTW(M) also welcomes special guests songwriter Ric Neale and poet Rob Reed fresh from the Wakefield Lit Fest, where they have just premiered their treatment of the shortest short story in literary history, Never Worn by Ernest Hemingway. Not to be missed!

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Music from the Bands #3

8th Oct '17, 11:00am

Jazmine Blackah presents a selection of tracks from bands past and present

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James’ Psycho Show #6

8th Oct '17, 12:00pm

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

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Femme Collective #1

8th Oct '17, 1:00pm

In today's show Beth chats with writer Claire Fisher about her career and new book, All The Good Things

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Love Arts Launch – 2017

8th Oct '17, 3:00pm

Last week saw the return of the Love Arts Festival with a range of events and exhibitions celebrating positive mental health and wellbeing across the city. To mark the festival's seventh year, our young journalists visited the Love Arts launch to explore the happenings of the weeks ahead.

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Word Club #1

8th Oct '17, 10:00am

The debut Word Club will feature new Half Moon Books poet, Nick Allen, Steeton literary polymath, Roz York and our very own Gill Lambert (another Steeton girl). This uber talented trio will be reading some of their poems and we’ll be having a good old chinwag about their work, influences and other poetry related stuff. There'll also be playing a few songs here and there, chosen by today's esteemed guests and we’ll be going through the hottest new releases in poetry land and when and where to go see those gigging at various poetry nights throughout the region. So, tune in and enjoy. And remember: the first rule of WORD CLUB is: we ALWAYS talk about WORD CLUB, so spread der word!

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Welly’s Nerdy News #12

6th Oct '17, 5:00pm

Welly's Nerdy News returns covering all the gaming news of September and more. We will be at Manchester play expo on the 14th and 15th of October. Check out Link to find more info https://www.playexpomanchester.com

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Blind Dead McRadio Show #54

3rd Oct '17, 7:30pm

The Blind Dead boys return for October with some amazing blues music

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Two Sevens DJs #42

3rd Oct '17, 8:30pm

Join Two Sevens DJs for an all vinyl 2 hour mix up of vintage Jamaican vibrations from old school sounds to the freshest releases!

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Open Mic – September ’17

29th Sep '17, 7:00pm

As the Autumn programme of events kicks off, we’re back with Open Mic Night. Expect music and spoken word from the local and beyond.

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Women in Music – September 29th

29th Sep '17, 6:00pm

Laura Taylor champions the music and careers of female artists

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Hot Flavours #30

26th Sep '17, 7:30pm

Come feast on our sumptuous September spread, including Garner, Goodman and Getz – with some very early Armstrong & Calloway. Dessert will delight with a double helping of Tom Waits – topped off with smooth Joe Pass and Ella. Plus, a treat to tease – a track from ‘Marseille’ – the latest release from Ahmad Jamal, topped off with the cream of Joe Pass and Ella.

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Clue Records Presents… #10

26th Sep '17, 9:00pm

A wedding special as Ste goes off to become a husband. Tunes from Trebly & Arc, Still Life, Baker Island, Llovers, Night Owls & special guest appearances from none other than Tony Blackburn & Dale Winton!

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The Ukulele Show #4

24th Sep '17, 11:00am

The Camerons talk all about ukuleles and host a live performance from The Fast Rattlers

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Sunday Stressbuster #4

24th Sep '17, 1:00pm

Linda Sage returns with Sunday Stressbuster; today she is join by local pharmacy manager, Silvia Bringo

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James’ Psycho Show #5

24th Sep '17, 2:00pm

James Clark plays a selection of the best Psychobilly tracks to liven up your Sunday afternoon.

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Blind Dead McRadio Podcast #6 (Part 1/2)

24th Sep '17, 3:00pm

The Blind Dead McJones band welcome another band into the chapel to listen to some tunes and discuss all aspects of band life. #6 - Rum Doodle

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Blind Dead McRadio Podcast #6 (Part 2/2)

24th Sep '17, 4:00pm

Blind Dead McJones welcome another band into the chapel to listen to some tunes and discuss all aspects of band life. #6 - Rum Doodle

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Is It Folk? #1

24th Sep '17, 6:00pm

Owen Spafford returns with a selection of folk for all types of folk. Today he is joined by special guest presenter, Cori Smith.

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Music from the Bands #2

24th Sep '17, 10:00am

Jazmine Ella Black brings you a selection of tracks from bands past and present

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The Stephen Show: David Bowie

24th Sep '17, 12:00pm

Stephen Martin payes tribute to the late and great David Bowie.

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Friday Night Live: Hollie McNish – September ’17

22nd Sep '17, 7:30pm

Poet Hollie McNish returns to Chapel FM. Stopping off on her national tour with her new book "Plum". Supported by singer songwriter Ella Playford.

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Untitled Film Show #9

22nd Sep '17, 6:00pm

Jake, James and Chole return once again for another episode in there film discussion show

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Love The Words #67

19th Sep '17, 7:30pm

A Love The Words Special! As part of Writers in Transit, Leeds is hosting a poet from our twin city, Dortmund. Ralf Thenior will be co-hosting the programme with Peter Spafford, reading his own work, talking about his city and about the In Transit project. Peter and Ralf will be talking to a number of guests about the value of international cultural exchange. What is it? How does it work? What may come of it? There will also be an interview with Bellow Theatre Company, Adrian Sinclair of Chapel FM, and with Kristina Assmann-Gramberg from Leeds City Council about the Leeds European Capital of Culture bid.

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Left of Leeds #21

15th Sep '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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The Musical Persuasions of Peter Gabriel

15th Sep '17, 1:00pm

For his final broadcast as part of Find Your Frequency, Andrew Dent talks about the musical career of Peter Gabriel, featuring some of the musician's most haunting tracks.

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The Deli #56

12th Sep '17, 7:30pm

The Deli wafts back to you on scented breezes of comedy, poetry, discussion and music; this time themed around the word Cry. Cry wolf, havoc, or just weep for the sheer joy of it all.