Love The Words #183
Tue 31st May '22, 4:00pm Remind me
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5:30pm - 7:00pm
Red Kite 27th May 2022
7:30pm - 9:30pm
Chapel FM Open Mic Night: May 2022
Tue 31st May '22, 4:00pm Remind me
Fri 10th Jun '22, 7:30pm Remind me
Gemma Wilson and her family move to a new town and discover a chain of deaths with no apparent cause or reason. Gemma takes it upon herself to solve the mystery.
Not your usual open mic… Come try something new, come share your last creation or [ignite/set in motion/get starting/start up] your stage skills
For young people by young people! We chat with Lindsay from Leeds Comic Con, plus poetry, audio pieces, a radio play, discussion on LGBTQ rights and top tunes!
Tue 24th May '22, 10:00pm
This time we visit Dobcross, hot on a run of contest successes, and the only brass band with their own bowling green!
Tue 24th May '22, 7:30pm
Summertime is the over-riding theme tonight and who better to deliver such warmth - than Ella and Satchmo. Join us - do!
Tue 24th May '22, 6:15pm
Diving deeper into Leeds and Yorkshire life and humour with some jokes and jabber.
Tue 24th May '22, 5:00pm
Toby and the crew bring you their patented mix of music and chaos every Tuesday on your way home from school and college.
Tue 24th May '22, 4:00pm
Tom Juniper is an autistic, non-binary performance poet based in South Yorkshire, interviewed by Juwairia and Henry for Disabled Table. Plus 2 radio dramas from Script Yorkshire
Sun 22nd May '22, 3:00pm
Julie Rose and Cassie Sweeney from Potternewton Rollers and Mel Blackwood from Roller Girl Gang are here to tell us why we should all get in-line and choose skating
Sun 22nd May '22, 11:15am
Join the gang for stories, memories and music all around the theme of royalty and the Platinum jubilee
Rotation Radio is a monthly broadcast showcasing the happenings at Leeds College of Music, providing artists within the institution with the opportunity to have their music heard.
Terry Buchan and Ann Clarke delve into the world of all things science through in-depth conversation with professionals from the field
Trev has a sit down and chat with a "2 Bob Jukebox" talking about everyday issues
Daz Northfield chats with local artists about their lives and passion for music
WOA ’19 is a broadcast festival of writing. It will happen over four days, 21st-24th March at Chapel FM Arts Centre, our beautiful state-of-the-art studio and performance complex in East Leeds set in a restored Methodist chapel. East Leeds FM, which started in 2003, broadcasts to an annual local and global listenership of over 35,000 people.
God's Own County is full of history and beautiful places. We invite you to get to explore Yorkshire with us, showcasing a range of cultural events and activities for the local Polish population
An exploration of a dozen songs from different artists, genres and record labels presented by Dave Wrighton
A selection of live performances and events from our stunning radio theatre, including Friday Night Live
Andrew Forster and Phil Driscoll visit brass bands to hear them play and to find out what makes them keep the tradition of British brass banding alive
Whether you are thinking about starting up or running a business, get insights from Linda Sage and her variety of business contacts
Get in contact with Linda Sage
Wags presents the Music Institute. The music policy will be eclectic with a mix of rare older and fresh new music from genre’s such as soul, funk, disco, electro, kruatrock, hip hop, house, techno, acid, industrial, rock, pop, DnB, dub and trance
Local and regional musicians take centre stage with a selection of live performances and interviews