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Deli #95

Tue 13th Apr '21, 7:45pm

The Deli, on song with the theme of Spring and poetry, music, chat to match.

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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

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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."

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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

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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

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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

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Loudspeaker #3

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.

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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

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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.

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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

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Director’s Vision

Sun 28th Mar '21, 11:00am

Chapel FM Co-Director Tony Macaluso talks to Jaimes Lewis Moran in an interview recorded in 2019.

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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.

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Unrequited

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.

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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?

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Bacon’s Perspective

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.

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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.

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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.

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The Great Yorkshire Buffet

Sun 28th Mar '21, 2:30pm

A wedding, a scandal. Tabitha dreams nothing can possibly go wrong. Comedy with sauce.

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Open Eye 2

Sun 28th Mar '21, 3:30pm

Open Mic opportunity for writers to share work on the theme of Vision.

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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

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Attention

Sun 28th Mar '21, 9:00am

Writers from Chapel FM Writing Group and Associate Writers about the art of looking.

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The Deli

Sun 28th Mar '21, 9:45am

Deli. Poetry, comedy, music, discussion from Chapel FM’s much-loved and longest-standing regular show.

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The Melody & The Darkness

Sat 27th Mar '21, 2:00pm

Trapped in her tower, a girl begins to believe another life is possible when she hears music. From John Biglands.

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The Psychology of Visual Perception

Sat 27th Mar '21, 2:15pm

Doug Sandle explains how visual sensations become a 3D picture of the world around us.

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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.

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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.

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The Medical Eye, Part 2

Sat 27th Mar '21, 4:45pm

Emma Storr explores the history of eye disease and innovative treatments over the centuries.

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Director’s Vision

Sat 27th Mar '21, 5:00pm

Chapel FM Co-Director Adrian Sinclair talks to Jaimes Lewis Moran in an interview recorded in 2019.

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Tower of Song: The Story So Far

Sat 27th Mar '21, 6:00pm

Nicky Bray and Carl Flattery tell us about this popular monthly night for songwriters.

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Oasis

Sat 27th Mar '21, 6:45pm

Nick Ellerby from Oasis School of Human Relations talks about change to young people at Chapel FM.