Teen Music #3
This Friday, 5:00pm Remind me
Come Join Toby on his last show of the year and the first show of his new official slot of 5pm on the 3rd Friday of the Month.
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Teen Music #3
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Join Wag's on his last show of the year for a very Christmas Music Institute
LTW with Jimmy Andrex, Marjorie Lacy and Neville Raper.
Sun 16th Dec '18, 3:00pm
Twas the night before Christmas when all through the Chapel. Not a creature was stirring not even a Steve.... come join the blind dead boys on this special Christmas podcast eve
Sun 16th Dec '18, 2:00pm
Join Barrington Treymaine for the Christmas Revolution
Sun 16th Dec '18, 1:00pm
A collection of songs and fun facts to pay tribute to the late Amy Winehouse
Sun 16th Dec '18, 12:00pm
Linda Sage takes a look back over the whole of 2018, Stressbusters, Business Networking, her public and personal life, along with memories of her wonderful guests.
Sun 16th Dec '18, 11:00am
Come join the Camerons for a very Christmas Ukulele Show
Sun 16th Dec '18, 10:00am
As the nights draw in ever-closer and the twinkle of Christmas lights become a beacon of warmth on the cold city streets of Leeds.......
Sun 16th Dec '18, 10:00am
Today we are talking to and about Claire Brook, Founder of Diary of a Fat girl and hearing about how Bipolar effects people
Fri 14th Dec '18, 7:30pm
Kathryn Sturman presents a festive evening of classical music.
Fri 14th Dec '18, 6:00pm
Linda Sage has a unique Business Networking in this programme with guests from the Louise Popple and Liz Grogan from the NHS and Lee Rhodes a mortgage specialist.
Fri 14th Dec '18, 4:00pm
Songs about things that bark and snarl and bite and flutter
Whether you are thinking about starting up or running a business, get insights from Linda Sage and her variety of business contacts
Word Club is a monthly spoken word show that explores all things poetry and words. Expect lots of talent from the local and beyond, along with the hottest new releases in poetry land
Peter Spafford presents his love of all things wordy in his monthly shows Love The Words and Love The Words More
Wags presents the Music Institute. The music policy will be eclectic with a mix of rare older and fresh new music from genre’s such as soul, funk, disco, electro, kruatrock, hip hop, house, techno, acid, industrial, rock, pop, DnB, dub and trance
A selection of live performances and events from our stunning radio theatre, including Friday Night Live
Scott and Ste from Clue Records explore the Leeds music scene, bringing you all of the latest news and reviews
The Cameron family share their love of their favourite instrument, the humble ukulele
Laura Taylor champions the music and careers of female artists
An exploration of African music presented by Lanre Adeleye and friends
All the gaming and Nerdy News brought to you by Welly (Elliott Moon) and his co-hosts
Chris Sharkey is musician-in-residence at Chapel FM and is presenting a series of programmes looking at jazz and improvised music
An institution at ELFM, Two Sevens have been DJing the finest in Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, Dub & Dancehall at our radio station for many years... long may it continue! Lock in on the first Tuesday of every month!
Tue 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.
Sun 10th Dec '17, 2:00pm
Paul came along to our most recent Open Mic Night and rashly agreed to join the Musicathon
Fri 2nd Feb '18, 4:00pm
A exploration of the sounds of Ghana
Fri 19th Jan '18, 6:00pm
John Toolan presents more weird and wonderful jazz and leftfield music from in and around the Leeds area
Fri 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.
Tue 29th Nov '16, 7:30pm
Today’s Science Matters is called Food for Mental Function, and features our guest expert, Louise Dye, Professor of Nutrition & Behaviour in the School of Psychology at Leeds University. She is a biological psychologist whose principal areas of research include the effects of diet/food intake on cognition, wellbeing & stress; hormone-food interactions; Functional Foods; and glucoregulation & glycaemic response.
Fri 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.
Sun 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.
Fri 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.
Sun 14th Jan '18, 2:00pm
No better way to relax midway our first Sunday Roast broadcast of 2018 with a bit of Psychobilly. Join James as he kick it up a notch!
Tue 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!
Tue 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.