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From The Bandroom #33

Tue 22nd Sep '20, 10:00pm

Views from around the brass community about the COVID 19 situation, plus some great music!

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Hot Flavours #53

Tue 22nd Sep '20, 7:30pm

September’s Hot Flavours aims to keep you dancing and smiling whatever the situation - whatever the cloudy forecast.

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Love the Words #114

Tue 22nd Sep '20, 5:30pm

Photographic artist Carolyn Mendelsohn talks about her extraordinary images, plus drama from Jane Oakshott, and Stanley Holloway’s Sam Small

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage #19: Mark Brown

Fri 18th Sep '20, 6:00pm

Speaker. Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, Mark Brown immigrated to the United States at 18 years old with only $40 in his pocket and a dream for a better life.

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Deli #89

Tue 15th Sep '20, 7:45pm

The Deli, with poetry, fiction, music, chat around the theme Companion.

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Business Network #34

Tue 15th Sep '20, 6:30pm

Lucile Allen-Paisant, helps organisations to create better workplaces.

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Love the Words #113

Tue 15th Sep '20, 5:30pm

Look Closer, the 3rd Found Fiction podcast, plus Church Going 2020, from Jimmy Andrex.

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Red Kite Bonus Episode: Leeds Town Hall – Live Concerts Return

Sun 13th Sep '20, 1:00pm

We speak with Leeds City Organist about the return of live music with an audience in Leeds Town Hall and the upcoming post-covid lockdown performance on September 14.

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The Stephen Show: The 70s Part 2

Sun 13th Sep '20, 12:00pm

Welcome to a slightly different "The Stephen Show" as we are in strange times, join Elliott as he reads out songs and facts provided by Stephen about song from the 70s he likes.

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