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Summer Radio Project #3

Wed 1st Aug '18, 2:00pm

A group of young people new to East Leeds FM host a series of radio shows as part of our Summer Radio Project

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No Bystanders #3

Wed 1st Aug '18, 1:00pm

Hosted by East Leeds FM's young broadcasters, No Bystanders is a series of magazine shows exploring issues that matter to the local community

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A Book At Teatime #4

Wed 1st Aug '18, 3:00pm

Mike Jackson from Whitkirk Arts Guild Theatrical Society reads part 4 of Brock by local author, Anthony McGowan

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The Watchers #3

Wed 1st Aug '18, 3:15pm

East Leeds Youth Theatre present part 3 of The Watchers inspired by Win Wenders' Wings of Desire. A host of dispassionate watchers comment upon every day life in Seacroft

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Camouflage #1

Wed 1st Aug '18, 10:00pm

Drum and bass mix brought to you by Monty

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So You’re From…? #1

Wed 1st Aug '18, 4:00pm

Discussions with people from across the world about their experiences of travelling and living in the UK

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The Stephen Show: Phil Collins

Wed 1st Aug '18, 5:00pm

Stephen Martin showcases 10 of his favourite Phil Collins tracks

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Music From The Margins

Wed 1st Aug '18, 6:00pm

Music from the margins: the spotlight is on composers and performers, from the 12th to the 21st century, who are often overlooked, or who started at the margins

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Soulfingers Part 1

Wed 1st Aug '18, 7:30pm

10 piece local soul band Soulfingers perform a selection of Motown, Blues Brothers and other classics live from the radio theatre

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Front Room Productions – Twelfth Night

Wed 1st Aug '18, 3:30pm

A local theatre company comes into the studio to talk to Linda Sage about their unique adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night, into a modern tale set in rural Yorkshire

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Super September at Deacon House

Wed 1st Aug '18, 12:30pm

Nigel Wilkes from Leeds City College at Deacon House drops by to chat to Linda Sage about the launch of new September courses at the centre

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Summer Radio Project #2

Tue 31st Jul '18, 2:00pm

A group of young people new to East Leeds FM host a series of radio shows as part of our Summer Radio Project

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From the Bandroom #7

Tue 31st Jul '18, 10:00pm

A special edition of From the Bandroom for ELFM's Summer Broadcast featuring Hatfield and Askern Colliery Band

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Backbeat #1

Tue 31st Jul '18, 10:00am

Daz Northfield interviews sing-songwriter Fuzzy Jones about her musical influences

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Origins of a Writer: Zoe Carty

Tue 31st Jul '18, 4:00pm

Local writer Zoe Carty discusses her work and influences

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The Watchers #2

Tue 31st Jul '18, 3:15pm

East Leeds Youth Theatre present part 2 of The Watchers inspired by Win Wenders' Wings of Desire. A host of dispassionate watchers comment upon every day life in Seacroft

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Science Matters #15

Tue 31st Jul '18, 7:30pm

Dr David Sellers from Leeds Astronomical Society will be discussing astronomy, and the part that people from Leeds and the region have played in its development, with Ann and Terry

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No Bystanders #2

Tue 31st Jul '18, 1:00pm

East Leeds FM's young broadcasters discuss the issues of bullying, mental health, domestic violence, knife crime and youth engagement

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A Book At Teatime #3

Tue 31st Jul '18, 3:00pm

Mike Jackson from Whitkirk Arts Guild Theatrical Society reads part 3 of Brock by local author, Anthony McGowan

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Origins of a Writer: Zoe Carty

Tue 31st Jul '18, 4:00pm

Local writer Zoe Carty discusses her work and influences

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Mama was a Rolling Stone

Tue 31st Jul '18, 5:00pm

Jackie and Rosie play some records, introduce the first episode of their podcast, and talk about her career playing in rock bands in the 70s & meeting the Rolling Stones

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Lost Souls

Tue 31st Jul '18, 6:00pm

Five separate lives all affected by the falling of one tree in East Leeds. This project was funded by the Ann Maguire Arts Education Fund

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The Music Institute #10

Tue 31st Jul '18, 8:30pm

Join Radley and Wags for the usual lively banter and wildly eclectic selection of music. Expect the unexpected as you enter the Music Institute!

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A Book At Teatime #2

Mon 30th Jul '18, 3:00pm

Mike Jackson from Whitkirk Arts Guild Theatrical Society reads part 2 of Brock by local author, Anthony McGowan

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The Watchers #1

Mon 30th Jul '18, 3:15pm

East Leeds Youth Theatre present The Watchers, a radio drama inspired by Win Wenders' Wings of Desire . A host of dispassionate watchers comment upon every day life in Seacroft

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Neo-Soul Food

Mon 30th Jul '18, 5:00pm

To kick start your week of work, school and other commitments tune in at 5PM to hear AY play the smoothest tracks from the world of Neo-soul

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Flatliners #1

Mon 30th Jul '18, 3:30pm

Pilot episode of a radio dramedy in which two men find out they are going to die. Following the shocking news, the pair embark on crazy adventures with little consequence

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Teen Music

Mon 30th Jul '18, 6:00pm

Exploring music and the latest crazes that interest today's teenagers

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Metal Justice #3

Mon 30th Jul '18, 10:00pm

East Leeds MP Richard Burgon returns with a collection of his heavy metal favourites

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Radio Girl Gang

Mon 30th Jul '18, 7:00pm

Radio Girl Gang is a celebration of creative women and non binary people!