Nubian Noire: Hidden Figures from Black Culture at Kirkgate Market
Wed 21st Apr '21, 5:00pm
We talk with Dionne Edwards and Wakai Muganiwah about the special event in Kirkgate Market on Saturday, April 24 exploring hidden figures from black cultural history in Leeds.
Love The Words #139
Tue 20th Apr '21, 5:30pm
Steve Clarkson talks to spoken word artist Taiwo Ogunyinka in the Found Fiction podcast; plus voice experts Louise Gibbs and Jane Oakshott on World Voice Day and finding our voice.
Business Network #41
Tue 20th Apr '21, 7:30pm
Linda's guest is a very versatile and successful entrepreneur, not only does she run her own business, but she supports loads of other entrepreneurs to improve and thrive.
Red Kite: Easter Holiday Special
Fri 16th Apr '21, 5:00pm
Come join the next gen crew as they chat with the new broadcast worker Henry Raby and talk all about what they have done during the next gen easter project.
World Voice Day Special
Fri 16th Apr '21, 4:00pm
For World Voice Day 2021, Chapel FM celebrates the voice with an evening of programmes. How do you feel about your voice? Whose voices play inside our heads?
Learning from Life with Linda Sage #34 Si Hearn
Fri 16th Apr '21, 10:00am
Si Hearn is my guest this week a wonderful man who has been a doorman, teacher and policeman before changing to entrepreneurship
Tue 13th Apr '21, 7:45pm
The Deli, on song with the theme of Spring and poetry, music, chat to match.
2 Bobs Jukebox #17
Sun 11th Apr '21, 11:00am
Join Trev, Lindsey and Daz for more topical chat and great music in another barnstorming 2 Bob Jukebox.... jokes all around after April fools day
Red Kite: Young Playwrights from Cast and A Covid Chronicle
Fri 9th Apr '21, 5:00pm
We're joined by Ruby, Verity and Allegra, young playwrights from Cast in Doncaster and talk with audio producer Holly Early about her audio documentary "A Covid Chronicle."
Red Kite: Kill the Bill Protest in Leeds City Centre
Thu 8th Apr '21, 5:00pm
Sounds and stories from the gathering in Leeds in April 2021 responding to the new proposed Police Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Left of Leeds #56
Tue 6th Apr '21, 7:30pm
April edition of Left of Leeds featuring interviews with percussionist Sarah Heneghan and Jazz Norths' Heather Spencer
Tue 6th Apr '21, 9:00pm
This episode we're talking about what we did and how we felt in lockdown. We're joined by Yorkshire poet Olivia Mulligan and Jacob Justice from Open Source Arts.
Love The Words #138
Tue 6th Apr '21, 5:30pm
Billy Baggins, a narrative poem in medieval verse set in Seacroft by Jimmy Andrex commissioned by Leeds Lit & Phil, plus writing by Chapel FM’s young Associate Writers on vision
Learning from Life with Linda Sage #33 John Burns
Fri 2nd Apr '21, 10:00am
Linda Sage’s guest today John Burns with a wonderful Irish lilt is a gracious storyteller, he shares his highs and lows of moving from corporate lock-in to entrepreneurial freedom.
Welly’s Nerdy News #45
Fri 2nd Apr '21, 7:30pm
The Hunt is on in the latest episode of Welly's Nerdy News, Join Micheal and Welly as they bring you all the regular nerdy news and much more
The Leeds Irish Music Programme #12
Tue 30th Mar '21, 6:30pm
The show focuses on the music of the travelling communities of Britain and Ireland, featuring an interview with folk singer Sam Lee
Sun 28th Mar '21, 12:00pm
After months of making tea for departed lovers, the realisation comes: ghosts aren’t grey. Short fiction from Amaylia Dewis.
Do You Want An Apple?
Sun 28th Mar '21, 12:15pm
At age sixty seven, Madeleine Wuidart goes off to university. What does she discover there?
Sun 28th Mar '21, 12:30pm
Keen Oxford student Roger Bacon urges the top brass to fund his innovative eye-glasses. Comedy drama by Pam Hilton.
Is That You?
Sun 28th Mar '21, 12:45pm
A woman lies dying in Swedish snows. An eerie dream from writers on Chapel FM’s Next Generation Music Course.
Sound and Vision
Sun 28th Mar '21, 1:00pm
A bumper audio anthology of poetry, flash fiction and music edited and presented by Joe Williams.
The Great Yorkshire Buffet
Sun 28th Mar '21, 2:30pm
A wedding, a scandal. Tabitha dreams nothing can possibly go wrong. Comedy with sauce.
Open Eye 2
Sun 28th Mar '21, 3:30pm
Open Mic opportunity for writers to share work on the theme of Vision.
Alternative Sundays #11
Sun 28th Mar '21, 12:00am
Let Jamie Carnie broaden your tastes with an hour of the best of alternative. Featuring a special guest interview with DJ and broadcaster Georgie Rogers and an exclusive first play
Sun 28th Mar '21, 9:00am
Writers from Chapel FM Writing Group and Associate Writers about the art of looking.
Sun 28th Mar '21, 9:45am
Deli. Poetry, comedy, music, discussion from Chapel FM’s much-loved and longest-standing regular show.
Sun 28th Mar '21, 11:00am
Chapel FM Co-Director Tony Macaluso talks to Jaimes Lewis Moran in an interview recorded in 2019.
The Medical Eye, Part 4
Sun 28th Mar '21, 11:45am
Emma Storr explores the history of eye disease and innovative treatments over the centuries.
Through The Looking Glass
Sat 27th Mar '21, 3:00pm
Delft 1666. Phil Pattinson and Tanya Parker peer through the lens of Van Leeuwenhoek, father of microbiology.
All Quiet on the West Riding Front?
Sat 27th Mar '21, 4:00pm
What really happened at Barnbow on the 5 th December 1916? Docu-drama from Claire Crossdale.