Good morning people of York!
Midday – 1pm – On this weeks edition of The Lunchtime Rush. Declan will be talking about old television shows and their iconic themes, which ones he loves, which ones he hates. and which shows are due for a comeback? As well as all the usual nonsense he does to get you motivated into the afternoon. Happy listening!
1-2pm – New show this week! Each month Harrison will be investigating a different York institution; whether that be a place, person or organisation. In his debut show, Harrison takes a look at York City FC, what the Minster Men mean to their fans and thoughts on the move from Bootham Crescent after over century at the ground.
2-3pm – LGBT Hour – this month our topic of conversation is Mental Health and Lisa’s special guest Jake Furby will be joining us in the studio. Also this month, we shall have our usual news snippets, a look ahead to forthcoming events and of course plenty of great LGBT related music.
3-4pm – What Rock? This week on What Rock? We celebrate International Women’s Day by looking at women in the industry!
4-5pm – That 80’s show – Join Lisa for another blast from the past, playing you nothing but 80’s hits from the decade, but what is the featured month? Lisa will be giving you some news from the month in question, but which month did all these top tunes hit the charts?
5-6pm – Ask York.
6-7pm – Rosey’s Time Capsule
Has it been a month already? How time flies! Which is the point of the show: thinking about time. We consider historical events from an anthropological and political perspective and we rock out to some decent tunes from the 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s. Tune in to find out what events & songs catch Rosey’s attention.
7-8pm – Breaking York
Two weeks comes round quickly – we’ll have a track from Lucy Starr who will be our guest on 8th April also this week our out of town feature will have tracks from more than one act ( just for a change) we’ll also have some Sam Forrest, Edwina Hayes, Van Der Neer and Jess Jessica Penn, Kid Conventional plus anything else we can manage to squeeze in to the hour, We’ll update you about the IDAS charity gig and if we have time offer a peek into future events with Blueskies. I can confirm that Jimbo Doomface, Quiet Eyes and Sophie Norris will all be playing Staxtonbury this summer.
Listen out for more about the gigs we’re planning as the weeks go by. Including how you can get Staxtonbury tickets.
8-9pm – Soul Funktion with your host Dave Johnson returns with this month’s show dedicated to the music of ‘Acid Jazz’ a fusion of Jazz, Funk, Soul and Disco. A genre formed out of the London Club scene of the mid eighties . You will hear music from the likes of the Brand New Heavies, Jamiroquai, Snowboy and Icognito .Tune in and enjoy some top tunes from a unique genre of music from a fantastic period in the club scene.
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Midday – 2pm – The Lunchtime Rush with Declan Minskip
2pm – 3pm – Fasil Demsash presents Black York
3pm – 4pm – Beats ‘n Pieces (repeat of last week’s show)
4pm – 5pm – Yor Living Well with Juliet Powell
5pm – 6pm – The Connoisseur’s Stash with Will Son Tomm. The very best in rock ‘n roll – the music and the lesser-told stories.
6pm – 7pm – Graham Blueskies hosts a special edition of the Blueskies Roadshow with a very special guest
7pm – 8pm – Music History 101: the Story of Grandmaster Flash. Christian Simon charts the ups and downs of another legend!
Tune in to Two Rivers Radio: Midday till 10pm.
12pm-1pm – On this week’s edition of The Lunchtime Rush, Declan will be discussing his most recent poetry event: The Poetry Open Mic: The Americans, co-hosted with Rose Drew, as well as the wonderful work of the Free Tibet organisation. What they do, why they do it and how you can help!
1pm – 2pm – It’ is going to be a little Pic’n’Mix! If you’d like to join us, sailing on the Two Rivers Net Waves and present your own show or just want to get involved with your local community radio – get in touch!
2pm – 3pm – Black York with Fasil Demsash this week will be about the role of Black people in British politics for the 21st century. Plus some great picks of African music!
3pm-4pm – Breaking York with Graham Blueskies presents lyrics and tunes written played and sung by the people who wrote them. A show case for all genres for fully original work, information about the tracks recordings, where to get them from and go to see the artists’ live performances! This week we talk about Jade Helliwell at Terrington Hall on 2nd Nov – and a special mention to Breaking York’s first mini tour featuring three local artists Evie Barrand, Quiet Eyes and Ten-79
4pm-5pm – On Information Takeaway Show with Juliet Powell:
“Mum’s the word – breaking the silence about post natal depression and why being a Mum isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be!”
A knowledgeable panel of professionals and parents debate this sometimes tricky topic, with Anne, Jen, Lindsay and Marnie.
Marnie will also be telling us about National Adoption Week and how we can get involved.
5pm – 7pm – Two hours of best Reggae selection with the mighty and finest Catch a Fire duo: York Man and Daddy Harper!
7pm – 9pm – The next HMGW Show will feature a 45 minute live set from the awesome band One Chapter Down. As you can hear from the link attached which features one of their songs named Frankenstein,
they have a brilliant sound! We will also be playing the finest independent and mainstream music, going over recent wrestling shows and what shows are coming up. One Chapter Down are also big #Gaming,#Wrestling and #DragonBall fans, so this is something we will be discussing within the interview with those 4 talented lads.
9pm-10pm – To close the day we have some soothing sounds for the Soul with Paul Coull’s Soul Hour!
We broadcast every Monday from midday ’til 11pm from our pop-up studio at the The Corner Pin, Tanner Row, York.
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Declan Minskip presents The Lunchtime Rush from midday ’til 2pm.
Fasil Demsash will be hosting another edition of Black York between 2-3pm
The 3-4 slot sees Mr Blueskies host another Breaking York – featuring exciting new and local music.
Juliet Powell is back after a short break. The Yor Living Well Show returns to Two Rivers Radio today. The show that highlights our journeys and difficulties through life. This week we chat to Jayne about her use of alcohol and painkillers as a way of coping with difficult periods of her life. She talks about resources and techniques that finally helped her to live a more balanced life. A gripping and interesting story.
5-6pm – Pop punk with ‘What Rock?’ Join Sam & Alex picking out the best of a crowded genre and talking about the evolution of some of the genre’s biggest names as well as the usual music news highlights.
6-7pm – This month Lisa Kelly looks back at the past month, looks ahead to the next month, brings you the latest LGBT news including the latest on the Anne Lister Rainbow plaque controversy and will also pack in lots of music with each song having an LGBT link.
John Compost Cossham will be in the hot-seat from 8-9pm, presenting another Recycled Radio Show.
What better way to end the day, but with the Soul Man himself, Mr. Paul Coull!?