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Amazing Yorkshire #28

Yesterday, 9:00pm

This time: micro trips: exploring the neighborh Stay safe and listen to our list full of polish songs! Have a good Christmas and Happy New Year! See you in brand new 2021!

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Hot Flavours #56

Yesterday, 7:45pm

It’s an old lockdown - but a new year, so we’re looking to bring some sunshine your way

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Love The Words #129

Yesterday, 5:30pm

A Love The Word Burns Night Special: poetry, music, whisky with James Fernie, Mary Kalemkerian. Jo Brandon, poet, on her new collection 'Cures'.

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Sunday Stress Buster #39

Sun 24th Jan '21, 12:00pm

Beth Gilbert is a Lifestyle and Wellbeing Consultant with Temple Spa

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Connections #32

Sun 24th Jan '21, 10:00am

Connections 31 finished with Disseminated by Soul Coughing; Paul will link a person from that track to the opening song of Connections 32

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Red Kite: Inauguration Special

Fri 22nd Jan '21, 5:00pm

We share reflections on the recent American Presidential Inauguration, talk about public art in East Leeds with Claire Irving and investigate some marvellous audio arts.

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Stay Close #6: How Our Local Schools are Working in Lockdown

Fri 22nd Jan '21, 4:00pm

This week we're joined by staff from East Leeds schools including Bishop Young Academy, Grimes Dyke Primary and Brigshaw High School who share stories about lockdown learning.

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Business Network #38

Tue 19th Jan '21, 7:30pm

Business Networking gets back to brass tacks - business basics with Linda Sage, sharing her pitfalls, the many rocks in the road and her solutions.

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Love The Words #128

Tue 19th Jan '21, 5:30pm

Interview with artist Lydia Catterall, Part 2 of Jimmy Andrex on Translation, plus short fiction from Jac Gaile.

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