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Re-UNION #7

Sun 2nd Aug '20, 6:30pm

News, interviews, stories, poetry and music from UNION: The Northern School for Creativity and Activism

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Yorkshire Day Concert from Leeds Town Hall

Sat 1st Aug '20, 12:00pm

Chapel FM is proud to work with Leeds Town Hall to present the first post-coronavirus lockdown performance featuring Leeds City Organist Darius Battiwalla

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage & Guests #13 – #Ayd Instone

Fri 31st Jul '20, 12:00am

Ayd Instone is Head of Physics as well as Enrichment and Extra-curricular at Fyling Hall School in Robin Hood’s Bay on the North East coast of England

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From The Bandroom #31

Tue 28th Jul '20, 10:00pm

For the third month in a row, with all bands on lockdown.

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Amazing Yorkshire #24

Tue 28th Jul '20, 9:00pm

This time: Yorkshire Seaside! Also our first camping trip! Also listen to a list full of polish songs!

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Love the Words #106

Tue 28th Jul '20, 5:30pm

Love The Words. Playwright Emma Adams talks about her journey in writing, her experience of lockdown - and a musical.

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The Leeds Irish Music Programme #5

Tue 28th Jul '20, 6:30pm

A very special interview with legendary Clare fiddler Martin Hayes talking about the Clare tradition, what music means to him and the future of traditional Irish music.

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Connections #26

Sun 26th Jul '20, 10:00am

June show finished with John Legend/Roots playing “Compared To What’. Who will Paul link to the opening song of Connections 26?

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage & Guests #12 – Lou Lebentz

Fri 24th Jul '20, 12:00am

Lou is the founder of “Trauma Thrivers” a buzzing Facebook group with an online trauma offering arriving soon for people seeking to thrive through their trauma

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Love the Words #105

Tue 21st Jul '20, 5:30pm

Love The Words: Variety! Steve Clarkson talks about new Found Fiction projects, Irene Lofthouse on 26 Characters ,fiction from P..J.Quinn. and a monologue from Keith Fenton.

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage & Guests #11 – Steve Bustin

Fri 17th Jul '20, 12:00am

Getting heard as Linda finds out is not just about shouting the loudest.

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Deli #86

Tue 14th Jul '20, 7:45pm

Poetry, fiction, discussion from The Deli Team on the theme of Transport: trains, planes, delights…

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Love the Words #104

Tue 14th Jul '20, 5:30pm

Brand new Found Fiction podcast presented by Steve Clarkson, Anzir Boodoo with his extraordinary rendition of Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti, and Radio Free Kinsley Ep 7!

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The Leeds Irish Music Programme #4

Tue 14th Jul '20, 6:30pm

The 'Leeds Irish Music Programme' on Tuesday 14th July will feature traditional Irish music from the 'Sliabh Luachra' region in the south west of Ireland

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage & Guests #10 – Minoti Parikh

Fri 10th Jul '20, 12:00am

From stage fright to Master Of Ceremonies, Minoti Parikh has faced many personal, cultural and professional challenges on her journey to become to confident woman she is today

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Dark Horse Theatre’s new lockdown radio drama “The Garden”

Fri 10th Jul '20, 5:00pm

Originally intended as a play for theatres Dark Horse Theatre is delighted to present The Garden: Lockdown Edition, an exquisite online experience...

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Business Network #32

Fri 10th Jul '20, 6:00pm

Linda is joined by Advanced Business Connection Expert Nicky Pattinson

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Love the Words #103

Tue 7th Jul '20, 5:30pm

After the government’s announcement of a £1.5billion for the arts, what do we want: recovery or revolution? Plus Emma Storr, Pam Line, Keith Fenton, The Writing Squad, and more.

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Welly’s Nerdy News #40

Fri 3rd Jul '20, 5:00pm

Whatever E3 now is, has come and mostly gone but join Welly and Micheal as they cover all the latest nerdy news

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage & Guests #9 – Darren LaCroix

Fri 3rd Jul '20, 12:00am

Darren LaCroix bombed in comedy clubs and even failed at making sandwiches in Subway before beginning his amazing journey to become the 2001 World Champion of Public Speaking...

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Wordybirds July 1, 2020 – Part 1

Wed 1st Jul '20, 11:00am

A poem by young poet Maya Allen from Canterbury about heritage and identity, plus Big Onion, Small Fry, a poem by James Fernie. Thanks to James for contributing so much material!

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Wordybirds July 1, 2020 – Part 2

Wed 1st Jul '20, 12:30pm

An edition of Radio Free Kinsley, from Jimmy Andrex and Pascha Taylor. Thanks to Jimmy for all his many and varied contributions to Wordybirds.

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Keeping a Distance, Staying Close #65

Wed 1st Jul '20, 10:00am

Join the ELFM crew a brand new episode of Keeping a Distance, Staying Close, for the last ever Keeping a Distance, Staying Close Broadcast.

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Leeds City Walking Tours #17: The City’s Future After the Pandemic – Part 3

Wed 1st Jul '20, 2:00pm

Resident geographer Rachael Unsworth looks ahead to how we might transform our city after coronavirus.

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Wordybirds June 30, 2020 – Part 2

Tue 30th Jun '20, 12:30pm

The Last True King of England, a short story by Otley writer and sheep farmer Stephanie Shields.

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Love the Words #102

Tue 30th Jun '20, 5:30pm

Interview with poet and dramatist Matt Black, plus new monologues introduced by Charlotte Carrick.

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The Leeds Irish Music Programme #3

Tue 30th Jun '20, 6:30pm

Presented by Owen Spafford and Des Hurley of Irish Arts with special guests Mik Artistik's Ego Trip, Dave Sheridan from Garadice and Maeve Mcgovern!

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Talking to the Wider World: The Performance Ensemble’s Bus Pass Project

Tue 30th Jun '20, 12:00pm

Alison Andrews and Helen Thompson from the Performance Ensemble discuss their project to gather 1,001 stories by older Leeds residents by 2023 for an epic bus-based theatre event.

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Keeping a Distance, Staying Close #64

Tue 30th Jun '20, 10:00am

Join Charlotte and Elliott for a brand new episode of Keeping a Distance, Staying Close, for the last Ever Tuesday broadcast

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Leeds City Walking Tours #16: The City’s Future After the Pandemic – Part 2

Tue 30th Jun '20, 12:00pm

Resident geographer Rachael Unsworth looks ahead to how we might transform our city in the years to come.