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Loudspeaker #4

Tue 4th May '21, 9:00pm

Sarah and D3 interview local poet Tom Priestley and discuss the "Kill the Bill" protest movement.


Left of Leeds #57

Tue 4th May '21, 7:30pm

May 2021 edition of “Left of Leeds” from ChapelFM on Tuesday 4th May featuring further local jazz, improv, noise and ambient music


Love The Words #141

Tue 4th May '21, 5:30pm

Elspeth Morrison, Voice Coach, on her work on accent and identity with actors, newsreaders and podcasters, plus Wordybirds with Steph Shields.


Red Kite: Spring Election Special

Fri 30th Apr '21, 5:00pm

Actor Tess Seddon talks about her new show about running for MP and Lauren Karstadt from Woodcraft Folk introduces the new "Rights for Children" project.


Learning from Life with Linda Sage #35 Nicky Pattinson

Fri 30th Apr '21, 10:00am

Linda’s special, amazing guest today is the unique Nicky Pattinson, one of the warmest people on the planet, engaging and insightful. A natural speaker, trainer and coach.


Amazing Yorkshire #31

Tue 27th Apr '21, 9:00pm

God's Own Country full of history, beautiful places... This time: Waterfalls! Yorkshire hidden gems!


Hot Flavours #59

Tue 27th Apr '21, 7:45pm

A broad, warm mix of style and swing to announce the welcome return of sunshine into our lives.


Love The Words #140

Tue 27th Apr '21, 5:30pm

Zelino Modesto talks to Maggi Stratford about her voice work with the Trans Community & the relationship between Voice and Identity, plus Jimmy’s regular Pandemical.


Sunday Stress Buster #42

Sun 25th Apr '21, 12:00pm

Linda's guest this month is Sue Ritchie is a fertility specialist, she has a holistic approach to a subject that is very emotive and still holds social stigma to discuss.

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