2 Bobs Jukebox #17
Sun 11th Apr '21, 11:00am
Join Trev, Lindsey and Daz for more topical chat and great music in another barnstorming 2 Bob Jukebox.... jokes all around after April fools day
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This summer East Leeds FM will be back broadcasting live from Chapel FM Arts Centre and beyond for our summer broadcast extravaganza, featuring content produced by our local team of volunteer broadcasters.
From 10am every day between Saturday 28th July and Sunday 5th August, you can tune in on our website to hear a number of broadcasts featuring a mix of music, spoken word, news, current affairs and interviews.
This year’s festival sees our broadcasters championing the local music scene under the theme of Music.Leeds.Us and also tackling issues that matter to the local community through the theme of No Bystanders.
There’s also the chance to get involved as an audience member at one of our live events* and the exciting opportunity for you to come along and perhaps have a go at broadcasting as part of our grand finale Live from Leeds Pride on Millennium Square on Sunday 5th August.
With such a great range of programming and events, this year’s summer broadcast truly does have something for everyone!
Don’t forget to spread the word and get involved via social media, and also by commenting on our website during the live programmes. Can’t listen in live? Not to worry, all programmes will be loaded on to the ELFM Player so that you can listen at your convenience.
Eritrean Youth Choir perform a selection of their favourites live from our radio theatre.
Sunday 29th August, 6-7pm
Soulfingers are a local 10-piece band who will be bringing some soul to East Leeds FM to mark the midpoint of this year’s broadcast festival.
Wednesday 1st August, 7:30pm
Molly Rymer Presents… – Local singer-songwriter and Chapel FM regular Molly Rymer invites fellow local musicians to join her for Friday Night Live.
Friday 3rd August, 7:30pm
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the stated performance time. These events are available to attend on a Pay-As-You-Can basis. All donations are kindly accepted and much appreciated as they contribute towards us bringing more fantastic events to Chapel FM for the local community.
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