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Chapel FM Jazz Collective Live

Today, 7:30pm

Chapel FM's very own jazz ensemble is back and presenting two exciting world premiere pieces created during lockdown: "Following the Science" and an untitled new composition.

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The Music Institute #27

Tue 20th Jul '21, 9:30pm

The Music institute returns, unmasked and ready to boogie. Tonight’s guest is Speed Queen resident Dr Kill who will be picking some disco gems for your pleasure.

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Love The Words #152

Tue 20th Jul '21, 5:30pm

Tanya Shadrick talks about her forthcoming memoir 'The Cure For Sleep' and about late-waking, renewal, staying alive.

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7X7 Live at Chapel FM

Fri 16th Jul '21, 7:00pm

Seven by Seven are back and we are delighted to have them once again at Chapel FM Arts Centre, playing a bunch of 7” 45rpm vinyl singles of your choosing.

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Red Kite: July 16th

Fri 16th Jul '21, 5:00pm

Our Climate Project special! How do we save the planet?! Plus feedback from a workshop with Testament.

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Have a Go live!

Fri 16th Jul '21, 1:00pm

We made a radio show in two days! Karen, Greg, Barry and Angie team-up for a show about education...and frogs!

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage #43 Dr. Haidar Al-Hakim

Fri 16th Jul '21, 10:00am

Welcome to the world of Dr. Haidar Al-Hakim, aka. The Third Eye Doctor!

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Deli #98

Tue 13th Jul '21, 7:45pm

The Deli team bring you new writing, music and natter on the theme of TRAINS.

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The Disabled Table

Tue 13th Jul '21, 6:30pm

Join Harry and Juwairia for a new show about disabled stories and humour. What are the 10 things you should never ask a disabled person? Plus an interview with playwright Bogsey.

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