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The First Chapel FM Open Mic of 2022

Today, 7:30pm

Bring your music, your poetry, your spoken word or anything else you’d like to share with a supportive audience in our cosy Studio 3 at the Chapel FM Arts Centre.

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Red Kite 28th Jan 2022

Today, 5:00pm

Our first Red Kite of the year: featuring a live performance from folk duo Wychbury and interview with the new adminisator: Emily Moxon

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From The Bandroom #38

Tue 25th Jan '22, 10:00pm

The City of Chester Band provide our first bandroom visit in over a year!

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Leeds Irish Music Programme #16

Tue 25th Jan '22, 8:45pm

This week we focus on Irish music in 'long form'; how artists stretch and extend traditional music to its extremities.

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Hot Flavours #66

Tue 25th Jan '22, 7:30pm

Tonight we enter the magical realms of ‘Dreamland’ - with Beverley Beirne’s ‘Weaver of Dreams’ together with Allen Toussaint’s supreme ‘Day Dream’.

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So You’re From…? #6

Tue 25th Jan '22, 6:30pm

This month is about me answering questions and talking about my experiences living in England to celebrate having moved to England four years ago!

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Teen Music #21

Tue 25th Jan '22, 5:00pm

The gang spin top tunes, plus play Suss Or Not Suss and we meet Witch Doctor James

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Love the Words #165

Tue 25th Jan '22, 4:00pm

Episode 3 of In Our Element with Linda France, a poet's enquiry into climate change; and Professor Jennifer Richards talks about the impact of Sir Thomas Nashe on language.

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Stay Close #17: Self Reliant Group Camp at Kentmere Community Centre

Sun 23rd Jan '22, 12:00pm

We talk with participants from the recent Self Reliant Group (SRG) camp that met to work with local projects and groups develop new projects.

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