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Common Ground #6

25th Mar '18, 10:00am

After being sun-kissed during a short vacation to Costa Rica, Common Ground’s Jake Wright brings ELFM listeners music to will on the season of spring

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The Ukulele Show #10

25th Mar '18, 11:00am

Stuart and Tracey Cameron show us the power of the Ukulele and we return to Tracey's Ukulele lesson

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Club Dance #6

25th Mar '18, 1:00pm

From the 90s with N-trance to the 21st century with Wiley, enjoy the best dance anthems brought to you by Adam Firth

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Blind Dead McRadio Podcast #10

25th Mar '18, 2:00pm

The Blind Dead Boys reach the tenth episode of their podcast with special guest Kaninchen

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That Sunday! #2

25th Mar '18, 2:00pm

Today's guest is country and blues singer-songwriter Emma Flowers, who performs under the stage name Unnatural Blonde

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From The Bandroom #2

25th Mar '18, 7:00pm

We take a visit to the East Riding of Yorkshire to listen to Yorkshire Wolds Versatile Brass

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Sunday Stressbuster #10

25th Mar '18, 12:00pm

Linda Sage is joined by leading local lady, Etta Cohen OBE, discussing the need and ability to be flexible in work and in life

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Urban Selection: Progressive Tech House #3

25th Mar '18, 5:00pm

DJ Khaos continues the euphoric Progressive Tech House of futuristic style - part 3

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Open Day: Mental Health Awareness

24th Mar '18, 2:00pm

Linda Sage presents a programme all about mental health, featuring Holistic Therapist Christine Butterfield and Chapel FM's Zoe Carty

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NGB: The Review Show

24th Mar '18, 3:00pm

As part of our March Open Day the Next Generation Broadcasters discuss the highs and lows of this year's course

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Give a Gig 2018

24th Mar '18, 4:00pm

Our Next Generation Foundation and Music groups perform as part of Youth Music's Give a Gig initiative

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Sharkey III—Part 1

23rd Mar '18, 7:30pm

The first half of Chris Sharkey's collaboration with the Chapel FM Jazz Collective

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SHARKEY III—Part 2

23rd Mar '18, 8:15pm

The second half of the Chris Sharkey/Chapel FM Jazz Collective collaboration

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Giggly Afternoon

21st Mar '18, 1:30pm

Our new Find Your Frequency cohort present their first practice show on the theme of 'feel good'

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Love the Words #73

20th Mar '18, 7:30pm

Jimmy Andrex' Seminal Outburst; poet Josie Walsh; and the Seacroft Scroll

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The Music Institute #4

20th Mar '18, 9:30pm

In this month's Music Institute with Radley and Wags expect to hear only the best sounds

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From the Edge

18th Mar '18, 10:30am

Hosted by Horror writer Janine-Langley Wood, emerging writers read their individual takes on being trapped between two worlds

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Hidden Stains

18th Mar '18, 11:30am

Isabel’s missing school again this month. But why? Provocative new radio drama by Charlotte Carrick and Hannah Westall

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The Play What I Wrote

18th Mar '18, 12:15pm

Playwrights Charley Miles, Chris O’Connor and Charlotte Carrick discuss their varied experiences of theatre writing

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Thin Line: Writers and Mental Health

18th Mar '18, 1:15pm

What links creativity and depression? Helen Shay in discussion with Char March and Laurence O’Reilly

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Leeds Savage Club

18th Mar '18, 2:15pm

A peek into the workings of the oldest-established writing group in Leeds as they gnash over the Borderlands theme

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War on Our Doorstep

18th Mar '18, 4:30pm

What do the housewife, theatre buff, and rookie soldier have in common? They all lived in Leeds in 1939. Text and music from Trio Literati

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The Village Voice

18th Mar '18, 5:30pm

On 31st December 2017, strangers were spotted in an English village on the east coast. A live reading of the villagers’ conversation on social media, before the post was deleted

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Touchline

17th Mar '18, 11:15am

On one side, dreams are shattered; on the other, they are fulfilled. Mike Thompson’s tale of triumph over disappointment

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Town

17th Mar '18, 11:45am

Love is a beautiful thing but often dresses badly. Words and music from Wakefield’s finest: Jimmy Andrex and Jane Steele

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Reading Out

17th Mar '18, 12:30pm

Does hearing your own poem read aloud by another poet yield insights? Five poets find out, with James Fernie

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Between Water and Air

17th Mar '18, 1:30pm

Musical Arc present stories and music inspired by magical merdogs and shape-shifting kelpies

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The Space Between

17th Mar '18, 2:45pm

Poets Sandra Burnett and Gill Lambert ponder the female perspective on physical and emotional borders

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Live from The Leeds Library: Rob Cowen

17th Mar '18, 3:30pm

As part of the Wild Lines festival with Big Bookend, Rob Cowen talks about his landmark nature book, Common Ground

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250!

17th Mar '18, 4:45pm

The Leeds Library is one of the city’s best-hidden gems. Staff take us on a tour as they celebrate the 250th anniversary of its founding