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Take A Bite Out Of This #9: Bread For The Table

Today, 3:00pm

Join us for the first time of 2024 as we delve into the topic of bread & its place in culture around the globe, as well as conversation about our new Soundbites cafe!

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ELCR Discovery #28

Today, 2:00pm

Jamie Carnie is back with the best new local music. Expect anything from metal to hip hop and everything in between!

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Love The Words #246: Hannah Stone

Today, 4:00pm

'Part threnody, part celebration of friendship' , Hannah Stone talks about her new poetry collection, The Invisible Worm, and reads from it. Is there a place for hope and healing?

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The 2024 Open Mic

Fri 23rd Feb '24, 7:30pm

Got a new instrument over the holidays? Want to try your new selection of poetry, juggle on live radio? Come down to the Chapel FM

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Friday Fry Up #6

Fri 23rd Feb '24, 5:00pm

We are back again for another round up of arts & culture in Leeds including an in-studio chat with the up and coming Leeds band The Regents.

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Teenage Daydream #96: Valentines gone wrong

Tue 20th Feb '24, 5:00pm

Toby and the team are back, and just about recovered from last week’s show. This week: sus or not sus, show and tell, and Valentines Day plans that went haywire.

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Love The Words #245: Safiyyah Umar

Tue 20th Feb '24, 4:00pm

Safiyyar Umar is still in her teens. She talks about her debut dystopian novel, The Heart Crusher. Plus a repeat of the gripping Flight 93 by Caroline Noh.

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Friday Fry Up #5

Fri 16th Feb '24, 5:00pm

We are back again for another round up of arts & culture in Leeds.

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The Stephen Tribute Show: The Real Thing

Fri 16th Feb '24, 3:00pm

The week Stephen is back again with another fantastic show dedicated to The Real Thing. Listen in to hear the soul of The Real Thing!

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URBAN SELECTION: ACID TECHNO #3

Fri 16th Feb '24, 11:00pm

TRIPPED OUT ACID TECHNO VIBES ARE BACK WITH PART THREE WITH FUNKY MIXING SKILLS WITH DJ KHAOS! STATEMENT - THERE WILL ALWAYS BE TECHNO!

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Hot Flavours #67: Thunder, Nature & Bugs

Fri 16th Feb '24, 10:00pm

A wonderful mix of Thunder – and Nature in the raw – with Bugs; bits of string courtesy of the fabulous SMV, with Joe Sample & Lala Hathaway plus guitarist Tommy Emmanuel.

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Left of Leeds #85: Live Music From Terry Yolo

Fri 16th Feb '24, 4:00pm

This months edition features Leeds based spiritual jazz and a live set and chat from the master deconstructer of easy listening music Terry Yolo.

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Red Kite: What’s the CATCH?

Thu 15th Feb '24, 8:00pm

Our young broadcasters bring us a special episode on CATCH: a youth space in Harehills! Listen in to hear all things goats, games rooms & more.

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2 Bob Jukebox #37

Wed 14th Feb '24, 5:00pm

New year, New schedule - Join Trev and Daz for the return of the 2 Bobs Jukebox in 2024!

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Think Global Act Local #25

Wed 14th Feb '24, 8:00pm

A new community cycling club, some new allotments for East Leeds and a new reporter debunking climate change myths.

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We Are Seacroft #2

Wed 14th Feb '24, 1:00pm

Councillor David Jenkins shares stories about unlimited prison terms (IPP sentencing) and loan sharks in Seacroft. Plus Abracadabra Media on the Lord Mayor of Leeds fundraiser.

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Stressbuster #63

Wed 14th Feb '24, 3:00pm

Linda's guest is Farida Ali, who is the Community Engagement Coordinator, her role is crucial in this effort. She conducts community outreach and eye health awareness programs for

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Teenage Daydream #95: Torment Alex

Tue 13th Feb '24, 5:00pm

Back for another week of Teenage Daydream - On our half term special Alex is put to the test.

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Love The Words #244: The Book Trust

Tue 13th Feb '24, 4:00pm

Will Carr from Book Trust talks about their recent move to Leeds & the work they do with children and reading throughout the UK.

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The Deli #120: On the Theme of Point

Tue 13th Feb '24, 7:45pm

The Deli is a magazine show of new writing, music & chat on a theme. This month's it's Point. What's the point? Pointed remarks, pens, full stops, horse events.

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Kirkgate Market Live #1

Sat 10th Feb '24, 11:00am

Join us for live conversation from Leeds Kirkgate Market! Listen in as we discuss home from home spaces, buses, green spaces & much more.

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Kirkgate Market Live #2

Sat 10th Feb '24, 11:00am

Join us for live conversation from Leeds Kirkgate Market! Listen in as we discuss home from home spaces, buses, green spaces & much more.

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Kirkgate Market Live (Bonus)

Sat 10th Feb '24, 11:00am

Join us for live conversation from Leeds Kirkgate Market! Listen in as we discuss home from home spaces, buses, green spaces & much more.

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Friday Fry Up #4

Fri 9th Feb '24, 5:00pm

Chinese New Year in Leeds and other cultural happenings in February.

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Blue Owl: Young Person Open Mic February 2024

Wed 7th Feb '24, 6:00pm

Blue Owl Young Persons Open Mic returns for the first show of 2024

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Global Leeds: Cultuur in de Wijk & The Youth Association

Tue 6th Feb '24, 4:00pm

We are joined by a group of Dutch community artists from Cultuur in de Wijk from Zwolle in The Netherlands and the Youth Association from Yorkshire.

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Teenage Daydream #94

Tue 6th Feb '24, 5:00pm

On this week’s show Toby and the team play a round of Mythbusters, take a look back at the Grammys, and much more besides.

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Love The Words #243

Tue 6th Feb '24, 4:00pm

Poet Rose Condo returns to LTW to talk about her brand new show, plus A Difficult Conversation & Raavi, River of Two Punjabs.

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The Feeling Tone #2: Phillip Bimstein

Sat 3rd Feb '24, 4:00pm

Composer, punk rocker, mayor, teacher and so much more... Phillip Bimstein shares stories and examples of his many music compositions that weave in oral history voices including...

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Love The Words #242

Tue 30th Jan '24, 4:00pm

Four poets published in Pennine Platform Issue 94 read poems and talk to editor Julia Deakin.