All the programmes in the summer broadcast...

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A Book At Teatime #1

Sat 28th Jul '18, 3:00pm

Mike Jackson from Whitkirk Arts Guild Theatrical Society reads part 1 of 7 of Brock by local author, Anthony McGowan

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Now that was a 90s hit

Sun 29th Jul '18, 1:00pm

Adam Firth presents a collection of songs from the 1990s that people perhaps don't remember

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Eritrean Youth Choir

Sun 29th Jul '18, 6:00pm

The Eritrean Youth Choir perform some of their favourites live in our radio theatre

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Bubbling Brunch #1

Mon 30th Jul '18, 10:00am

Topical talk show hosted by Linda Sage. See extended description for today's jam packed line up

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No Bystanders Music Show

Mon 30th Jul '18, 12:00pm

A selection of music with a message hosted by Chris Taylor

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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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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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All Along The Watchtower

Mon 30th Jul '18, 4:00pm

This programme features the creativity and genius that was Hendrix, with poems as homage to the man and all your favourite tracks. Devised by Helen Burke and Phil Pattinson

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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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Radio Girl Gang

Mon 30th Jul '18, 7:00pm

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

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Lewis and Joe do a radio show

Mon 30th Jul '18, 8:00pm

Enter the fantastical world of good music with Lewis and Joe

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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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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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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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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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Bubbling Brunch #2

Wed 1st Aug '18, 10:00am

The second talk show hosted by Linda Sage. Today's topics include yoga and reike

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Old Times, New Times

Wed 1st Aug '18, 11:30am

Are things better than they were 50 years ago? Intergenerational chat about some of the challenges that people face

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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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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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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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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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Soulfingers Part 2

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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Englefield Country Roots

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 10:00am

Country music show hosted by Peter Englefield

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Introduction to world music

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 12:00pm

John Was presents a selection of tracks from around the world

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A Book At Teatime #5

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 3:00pm

Mike Jackson from Whitkirk Arts Guild Theatrical Society reads part 5 of Brock by local author, Anthony McGowan

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The Watchers #4

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 3:15pm

East Leeds Youth Theatre present part 4 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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Origins of a Writer: Matthew Bellwood

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 4:00pm

Matthew Bellwood discusses his passion for writing

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Landed

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 4:48pm

A soundscape of words, music and sounds recorded from people in Wakefield who are form other parts of the world

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I’d like to get to know you

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 5:00pm

Interview show with local personalities. Today’s programme features Julia Preston, Chief Executive of Gipsil

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Songs that inspire us

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 6:00pm

Malanah are a local band that take part in our Associate Bands group. Here they share some of their favourite songs and influences, as well as performing live from studio 2

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The Bee Show

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 7:30pm

You may know John Toolan for his passion for left field jazz. What you might not know is that he's also an expert in all things bee related...

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Reggae Hour

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 9:00pm

Music from the history of Reggae, including Rock Steady, Ska & Blue Beat

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Jungle Mix

Thu 2nd Aug '18, 10:00pm

Our recent Find Your Frequency graduate Brian Brett hosts his debut DJ mix for ELFM. This one features a collection of jungle tracks

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A Book At Teatime #6

Fri 3rd Aug '18, 3:00pm

Mike Jackson from Whitkirk Arts Guild Theatrical Society reads part 6 of Brock by local author, Anthony McGowan

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The Watchers #5

Fri 3rd Aug '18, 3:15pm

East Leeds Youth Theatre present the final part 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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Bring Africa to the world

Fri 3rd Aug '18, 3:30pm

A celebration of Africa's contribution to the world, including music, history, cuisine and the continent's contribution to the future

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Molly Rymer Presents…

Fri 3rd Aug '18, 8:00pm

Local singer-songwriter and Chapel FM regular, Molly Rymer, welcomes Danny McDonagh to Chapel FM's radio theatre

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Biblia

Sat 4th Aug '18, 10:00am

David Braithwaite discusses the meaning of the bible in the 21st century

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The Great Immigration Debate

Sat 4th Aug '18, 11:00am

A discussion around some of the historical and current issues surrounding immigration hosted by Elaine Gentles

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Beyond The Sea

Sat 4th Aug '18, 12:00pm

A whirlwind tour of 3 cultures, music and food taking you on a visit to Italy, Greece and Spain for a tantalizing look at some amazing insights into each country

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The Rock Show

Sat 4th Aug '18, 1:00pm

Brian Brett shares some of his favourite rock tunes from across his life

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A Book At Teatime #7

Sat 4th Aug '18, 3:00pm

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

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Scalarama Film Special

Sat 4th Aug '18, 4:00pm

Ahead of this year's Scalarama film festival, Jake Baldwinson talks to the festival's organisers about what to expect

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Flicker + Pulse

Sat 4th Aug '18, 4:45pm

Preview of the time-lapse film that Chapel FM will be screening on 2nd September as part of the Scalarama festival

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Chaos with Gladys

Sat 4th Aug '18, 5:00pm

Listeners call in to the show's host Gladys to request a song to be played. They're all a little strange though, and it's not long before Gladys is out of her comfort zone

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Backstage

Sat 4th Aug '18, 6:00pm

Young musicians discuss what it's like behind the scenes when you're in a band

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Favourite Song

Sat 4th Aug '18, 6:30pm

We took a hand-held recorder out to Seacroft Green and asked the locals the question: What’s your favourite song?

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DIY Electronica

Sat 4th Aug '18, 8:00pm

Showcasing the best in DIY electronic music

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90s Dance Mix

Sat 4th Aug '18, 9:00pm

Our recent Find Your Frequency graduate Brian Brett hosts his second DJ mix for ELFM. This one features a collection of 90s dance tracks