Good Morning York! Tune in for another
fantastic Monday with Two Rivers Radio:
At 1pm the Podcast Poets are back with The Poetry Show –
The Poetry Show Season One: ART and Stairwell Books Presents: Kay Wheatcroft with Shetland: A Love Story.
Between 2pm and 3pm, we have LGBT Hour and Jake Furby discusses issues that are important to the York LGBT community.
From 3pm till 4pm, it’s The Soul Hour, ready with great selection of music to soothe and relax the mind.
4pm and it’s time to warm up a bit to the Tropical tunes of new mix from Upside Your Mind !
Between 5pm and 7pm it’s of course, Mr. Judge to You!
Today is little known or publicised “Commonwealth (nee Empire) Day”… We have tunes from a diverse section of those former pink parts of the globe… and will chat about some of the great, and sometimes not so great things that Britain (and all her colonial rivals, including our erstwhile brethren in the EU) have thrust upon the world. It’ll be postimperialcatharticdababobulous great mates. 👨⚖️🇬🇧👩⚖️MJTY.
8pm is All that Brass with Kate Lock
Kate will be reviewing last month’s #Unibrass2018 and playing pieces from the Trophy and Shield sections inc Cottonopolis, featuring brilliant euphonium soloist Adam Bukaris of Trophy winners RNCM. Kate will also be previewing the North of England regional brass band championships, coming up in Durham next weekend, which sees York’s top two bands Shepherd Group and York RI competing for a place at the Royal Albert Hall in October. Finally we’ll be taking a look at the lively jazz scene in York following the packed out Jazz Lounge at The Crescent, and playing some tracks from York Jazz Initiative’s youthful and highly talented Jazz Orchestra. Something for everyone, whether you like your music swung or straight!
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