Find Your Frequency 19/20
“Keeping a Distance, Staying Close” East Leeds FM Covid-19 Pandemic Special Broadcasts
East Leeds FM has been gathering stories, useful information, music, original writing, soundscapes, oral histories and much more during the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown.
Below are our daily "Keeping a Distance, Staying Close" radio broadcasts that aired daily on 94.6FM from March through June 2020.
2 BoB Jukebox
Trev has a sit down and chat with a "2 Bob Jukebox" talking about everyday issues
Access All Areas Summer Radio Broadcasts – 2019
A fabulous week of radio created in East Leeds drawing on our Summer Music and Broadcasting courses and dozens of ELFM radio hosts, producers and artists that ran from August 3-9.
Go backstage in your mind…..dare to tread where you’ve never been before….look up in to the skies or behind a pile of rubble….dare to tell it how it is.
Scroll down for the Complete Archive of the 37 programmes created during the summer of 2019 and broadcast on ELFM. Hear how members of our community broke down barriers, crossed divides and shared passions all using the power of radio!
Let Jamie Carnie broaden your tastes as he curates an hour of the best of alternative and independent. Featuring new, old and unsigned music, not-quite-the-weather and a mysterious trip to The Darkroom...
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
Armed Forces Day Radio Broadcasts
East Leeds FM partnered with Leeds City Council to present original interviews, music and special radio features to celebrate Armed Forces Day during.
Armed Forces Day Radio Broadcasts 2021
We present six hours of reflections on life in the Armed Forces, including in-depth oral history conversations with current and former service members, music, poetry, news and more.
Daz Northfield chats with local artists about their lives and passion for music
Join Roger Godden as he takes us on a whirlwind tour of some classic tracks by artists from the 60s and beyond
Bishop Young Academy – Show Page
A place for all things BYA...
Blind Dead McRadio
Hosted by the Blind Dead McJones band, the Blind Dead McRadio Show and Podcasts celebrate a host of amazing local artists.
This is a blues soaked music love in!
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
Care To Air
Care to Air with Leeds Age UK 📻🎧: A brand new broadcast to capture the voices of older people in our community.
Our roving radio conversationalist, Cath Hollingworth, gathers stories from life under coronavirus lockdown fro residents across Leeds.
Chat At The Chapel
Open to anyone across East Leeds to come down and share a story. Help fill in our Film Map by telling us about your favourite film, or take part in Song & A Story and share some music that matters. We want to hear your gardening tips, your cooking advice, your travel diaries or your passions and hobbies. Whatever you want to chat about, the choice is yours! come down to Chapel FM for 5pm and we’re live at 6.15pm!
Adam Firth hosts a mix of club classics for your listening pleasure
Join Katy Hayley as she talks with local people and organisations based in Leeds; tackling issues such as loneliness, period poverty & mental health. Please note these episodes were created during the time of the coronavirus lockdown as part of East Leeds FM's 'Keeping a Distance, Staying Close' daily radio broadcasts.
A fascinating musical journey that links songs together via the personnel involved; players, writers, and producers
Conversations with Mlindi
Mlindi Kulashe covers the Arts and Culture scene, finding inspirational stories from artists based in the North. With his fingers on the pulse of Leeds, he brings an urban flavour with mainstream music and great vibes from South Africa
An exploration of African music presented by Lanre Adeleye and friends
Curiosity Did Not Kill These Cats
Conversations and oral histories with people in Leeds and the wider world who are creating community arts projects.
Hosted by ChapelFM Arts Centre Co-Director
An exploration of a dozen songs from different artists, genres and record labels presented by Dave Wrighton
Deaf Friends is a group of young people with hearing impairments from across Leeds, who visit Chapel FM every so often for lots of creative music and broadcasting fun
Deaf Youth Club
The Deaf Youth Club are a group of young people with hearing impairments who meet once a week and do a range of different activities. We were very fortunate to have them at Chapel FM
East Leeds Primary Trust
Leeds East Primary Partnership is a group of five thriving and successful primary schools and their partners who work closely together to achieve the very best for the children, young people and families in our communities. This page contains all the content they create at Chapel FM Arts Centre
ELFM Film Show
Jake, James and Chloe talk about what makes great cinema
ELFM’s Summer Broadcast 2018
Our annual summer broadcast festival returns with a smorgasbord of locally produced shows championing local musicians and exploring local issues
Family Activity Days
Throughout the school holidays we invite families down to Chapel FM Arts Centre for a range of fun, creative activities. During each day we have a broadcast takeover by the young people that come and take part. Have a listen to what they've been up to here!
Bethany Donkin hosts her debut show Femme Collective; the monthly programme interviewing women in and around Leeds who are making ripples on the creative scene