Two Rivers Radio Schedule 14/1/19

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12pm – 1pm – On the Lunchtime Rush  Declan will be joined by special guest and comedian,  Jake Donaldson as he tours his first solo show, “Jake Donaldson: Help! I’m Trapped In The Body Of An Adequate Comedian!”. Also a sneaky peek into York’s poetry events!

Tune in for laughs, poetry and info on how to acquire tickets for Jake’s show at The Basement – Live Music & Comedy Venue.

1pm – 2pm – This month on An Alright Show, with the upcoming release of Steel City rockers Bring Me The Horizon’s new album “Amo”, Kieran will be looking at some of the great bands that have come out of Yorkshire!

2pm – 3pm –  We have our usual mix of great music all with an LGBT link to them and the topic of the day is LGBT History Month with Lisa’s special guest Jake Furby (Jake is BACK, Jake is Back…). This is the LGBT Hour!

3pm-4pm –  This week on What Rock? Tune in at 3 for Alex Fisher and Sam Booth, looking back on their personal music highlights from 2018. Tune into find out “What Rocked?”

4pm-5pm –  The 1980’s are back with Lisa Kelly behind the wheel! Lots of hits all from the 1980’s but what month were all these top 10’s in the charts?

5pm – 6pm – Ask York 4: City Centre Regeneration & Urban Renewal

With Panel:

  • Pete Kilbane – Chair
  • Imelda Havers – Independent Regeneration Consultant
  • David Dunning – News Editor at Minster FM
  • Cllr. Ashley Mason – Lib Dem
  • Phil Pinder – York Retail Forum

Ask York 4 focused on City Centre Regeneration and there were some fantastic questions and great debate form both the live studio audience and the panel.

Should there be a cross party city summit to tackle #York’s issues on #regeneration and behaviour?  Is there a lack of leadership in @CityofYork on this?

Discussion moves on pedestrianisation of #York – do you think having more #footstreets would be a good thing for the future of the city?

Would a tourist tax help the regeneration of #York asks @GSwinburn? @imeldahavers says as a resident she has no problem with #tourists but stag & hen parties are a strain on resources and we should focus on that.

Would a tourist tax make #York a pariah city or a leader? Views from the floor at #AskYork are largely in favour; lively debate now happening about stag and hen parties!

Phil Pinder of @YorkRetailForum and the other panelists agree that business rates are archaic and should be abolished. @imeldahavers says they are the bane of retailers’ lives.

What can we do with the large empty shops and could they house indoor markets? Phil Pinder of @YorkRetailForum is in favour; @daviddunninguk says demographics have changed; maybe city-centre shops have had their day & focus should be on food/drink/entertainment?

Future of the old BHS centre revealed!

Final question for #AskYork is about #recycling: questioner asks why #York doesn’t have segregated bins in the city centre – the state of #York is an embarrassment!

Great questions and informative answers. This is a not to be missed show for anybody that cares about the future of our city!

6pm – 7pm –   Information Takeaway: Juliet’s  first show of 2019 was so good that we want to play it again – in case anyone missed it! This episode tackles the issues around home and school education – are there valid reasons for taking your child out of school? Can schools support home schooling more proactively to blend home and school education? Do we need a shake up in our education system and different ways of thinking in the modern age? We are joined by Izzy Renkin-Holliway who is training to be a teacher and was home-schooled herself and get the point of view of parents plus our usual great music!

7pm-8pm  – This week Breaking York takes on a new time and a new shape. We’ll have our usual mix of original music from local bands/artists around Yorkshire with information about where these great recordings happened, plus a couple of new twists. In the first show  of 2019 we’ll be playing a song from Colin Cutler – and we’ll be featuring Colin’s work for two shows before having a live special in the studio and chatting about his songs and where people can hear him play etc. For other twists and turns you’ll have to tune in.

8pm-9pm –   Soul Funktion returns in a new slot for the first show of the New Year. With Dave Johnson having just returned from his annual pilgrimage at the ‘Luxury Soul Weekend’ in Blackpool he will be paying homage to the event playing a collection of modern soul music from 2000 up to the present day. Therefore sit back and enjoy some classic modern soul gems

9pm-10pm – Beats’n’Pieces with Jonah Hebron. This week it’s the best of British, north to south, grime to boombap – think Dirty Dike, think slowthai, think Little Simz

10pm – 11pm –  “Always Something There To Remind Me… The Look of Burt Bacharach!!”… One (way, way too short) hour dedicated to The MORpoptastic King of MORpop on The Late Mr Judge To You!

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Two Rivers Radio is a community radio station dedicated to providing unique, original and independent media for the people of York. Run by a dedicated team of hard-working volunteers, Two Rivers Radio is “By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York”
 

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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Join in York’s First Citywide Well Being Day! (Today)

There will be a number of fantastic pop-up health and wellbeing events going on in and around York today.  Take a look below to see what’s on near you.

HYPNOTHERAPY BY DAVID SEAR
Information drop in at his room on

 

Stonegate in York.

11:00 – 15:00
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LITTLE STARS STAY AND PLAY

Relax Kids York and Selby with Kirsty are holding a Little Stars Stay and Play Session in Fulford.

10:00 – 11:30
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WORK LIFE BALANCE NETWALK
Natural Entrepreneurs Workspace & Netwalk North Yorkshire are holding a Work-Life Balance
session and ‘Netwalk’ at Forest Farm Business Park near Fulford.

11:30 – 13:30
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PLANT-BASED NUTRITION FOR WELLBEING –CONFUSION or CONFIDENCE?
Vegan, vegetarian, and plant-based diets are buzzwords nowadays. There is so much, often very conflicting and contradictory, information in all sorts of media, including social media about the effects of our nutritional choices on our physical, mental and even emotional health and wellbeing in general.  Come to this talk for a bit of myth-busting and science, ideas and information. Bring your questions for the Q&A session at the end of the talk – I promise that it will be both useful and fun!

16:00 – 17:30
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PLAYING WITH WORDS Claire Davies (The Greedy Wordsmith) and Gayle Johnson (Red Tree Writing)

Join Claire and Gayle for a morning of playful writing at True Story, Lord Mayors Walk, as part of
York’s first ever city wide Wellbeing Day. During this interactive session, we will look at how writing can help you reconnect with yourself, tune into your creativity and guide you through life. Together, in an informal, supportive environment, we’ll explore our personal histories with writing, discuss the various forms of writing available to us and play with a few simple writing prompts.  Everybody has the right to write, and this session will get you going whether you already have a personal writing habit or not.

10:00 – 13:00
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RE-ENERGISING WITH CLAY

Nicola Stead from The Creative Studio
Take a break from your usual routine and come and play with some clay! Re-energise yourself by
making a clay pot and get your imagination going again.
Pay as you feel, all ages welcome, no experience needed. As we all know, looking after our mental
health is an important part of life and we all need to check in on this every now and then, so come and take some time out to relax and enjoy!
Reserve your space by booking online through Eventbrite as a free ticket and any contributions given on the day of the workshop, to cover costs of materials, will greatly be appreciated.

09:30 – 11:00
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GUT HEALTH & WELLBEING
Join Anna Park for an interactive workshop as part of York Wellbeing Day. The workshop takes place at the Lemon Tree Cafe in Poppleton.
She will be covering aspects of gut health and signposting where to get help and products that are available.  She will also be offering aloe shots for you to try.

12:45 – 14:45
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Louise Black Health & Beauty
Mini Massages in aid of York MIND in East Cottingwith

BUSINESS BASED WORKSHOPS
Helen Thorburn – East Yorkshire Education Department
Mark Bates – Make it York

 

York Wellbeing Day – Red Tree Writing

Play With Words

This 3 hour interactive session will explore how writing can help you
reconnect with yourself, tune into your creativity and guide you through
life. Together, in an informal, supportive environment, we’ll explore our
personal histories with writing, discuss the various forms of writing
available to us and play with writing prompts. Everybody has the right to

write, and this session will get you going whether you currently have a
personal writing habit or not.’

Thursday 4th October 2018

To learn more about Claire Davies, click HERE.

Find out more about Red Tree Writing HERE.

York Wellbeing Day – Red Tree Writing

Play With Words

This 3 hour interactive session will explore how writing can help you
reconnect with yourself, tune into your creativity and guide you through
life. Together, in an informal, supportive environment, we’ll explore our
personal histories with writing, discuss the various forms of writing
available to us and play with writing prompts. Everybody has the right to write, and this session will get you going whether you currently have a
personal writing habit or not.

Thursday 4th October 2018

To learn more about Claire Davies click HERE.

Find out more about Red Tree Writing

Schedule – 25/06/18

This is Two Rivers Radio – Your Community Radio.  By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York!

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Midday – 1pm It’s time for Lunchtime Rush with Declan Minskip,
Great music, fantastic cheer and good humor.
We are #liveandloud #lunchtimerush

1pm – 2pm The Poetry Show S2.8 THE MOON featuring Kit Marshall and Becca Miles. Stairwell Books Presents: William and Valerie. YES this time we mean it

2pm – 3pm – Black York with Fasil Demsash will give us some good music and an interview with Nasr Moussa Emam close friend of football legend Pele and world champion Muhammad Ali!

3pm – 4pm – This hour is a bit of Pick and Mix with Declan and Daddy Cool! We have some great new shows coming up in next few weeks! If you want to get involved with Two Rivers Radio and create your own show get in touch on:  tworiversradio@gmail.com

4pm-5pm – On Yor Living Well with Juliet Powell listen to a heart breaking story of Catherine’s journey to adoption and family breakdown. Be uplifted by how she put her life back together – a must listen show.

5pm – 7pm –   Catch A Fire  will be bringing the sunshine vibes with the very best in reggae, dub, roots and dancehall.

7pm – 9pm –  The HMGW Show is back live with awesome live music from the Punk/ Garage band NoseBleed and wrestling interviews with three Great British Wrestlers Pop Punk Kid, Natalie Sykes and the returning David Graves. We will also have our monthly Kid B Challenge and play independent and mainstream music throughout the show!

9pm – 10pm –  Paul ‘the Soul Man’ Coull is back in the hot-seat for your weekly dose of classic and contemporary Soul Music.

10pm – 11pm – Upside Your Mind takes us on another trip from the basement to the tropics and back. Taking in chillout, funk, tropical house and more…

We hope that you enjoy all or some of our content. There is something for everybody in the Two Rivers Radio schedule – that is because we are by the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York.

Two rivers radio is run by a very dedicated and hard-working team of volunteers. If you would like to get involved please do contact us by messaging on Facebook or emailing: tworiversradio@gmail.com

We do have costs to cover and we are looking to expand our schedule and reach, so if you would like to sponsor us either as an individual or a business then do contact us.  tworiversradio@gmail.com  //  07913 685823

Please also ‘like’, share, comment on and invite people to view our content. You can also find us on Twitter and Instagram: @TwoRiversRadio

Schedule -18/06/18

This is Two Rivers Radio – Your Community Radio.  By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York!

www.tworiversradio.stream

Midday – 1pm It’s time for Lunchtime Rush with Declan Minskip,
Lot’s of cheer and good humor with a pinch of good old madness!
We are #liveandloud #lunchtimerush

1pm – 2pm The Poetry Show today  talks about Inspiration. Then Stairwell Books Presents: William Thirsk-Gaskill and Valerie Gaskill

2pm – 3pm Ask York is Two Rivers Radio’s monthly panel show looking at all of the key issues affecting the city.  The format is simple: we put together a panel of local politicians, journalists, academics and thought leaders who field questions from a live studio audience.

3pm – 4pm  What Rock!? this time  will be doing an Indie rock show and talking about the genre itself,  with additional music news and upcoming gigs in York and beyond!

4pm – 6pm –  “House of Scouse and The Mehhrseybeats”… A handpicked walk and talk around the Liverpool of the early 1960’s brought personally to you by Mr. Judge To You

6pm – 7pm – Bob Horton Brings the Weirdness.
The Earth is Flat. Apparently. On this month’s Weirdness, we will be discussing the recent renaissance of Flat Earth theory, and the people who believe in it. There will also be possibly York’s first ever live radio Flat/Globe debate. This is not one to miss. Meanwhile in the York Zoo, the Killer Whales have been misbehaving…

7pm – 8pm –  We will be re-playing and episode of Ask York

8pm – 9pm  – In #GlassHalfFullYork , we’ll be featuring #CleanAirDay and meeting a new group in York helping to promote awareness of air pollution on public health. Presenter @KlockworksKate (aka Kate Lock) will be talking to York MP Rachael Maskell about sustainable transport in the city, and we meet Dr Gary Haq, environmental scientist from SEI-York and author of a new children’s book, #MyDadTheEarthWarrior. Plus we have Ned Hoste reviewing One Planet York Healthy City summit at the University of York! So much good stuff going on!

9pm – 10pm – Paul Coull is back. Tune in for some of the very best music in the world, ever – brought you you by York’s very own Soul Man!
 

10pm – 11pm – Upside Your Mind will close the day with some blissful tunes. A trip from the basement to the tropics and back is waiting for you…

 

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
Two Rivers Radio is a community radio station dedicated to providing unique, original and independent media for the people of York. Run by a dedicated team of hard-working volunteers, Two Rivers Radio is “By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York”
 
We broadcast every Monday from midday ’til 11pm from our pop-up studio at the The Corner Pin, Tanner Row, York.
 
Further to this, you can find us broadcasting live from all sorts of special events this summer, including Bishy Road Street Party 2018, Dunnington Fayre Goes Live ’18 & Staxtonbury Family Music Festival among others.
 
www.tworiversradio.stream
 
We are a not-for-profit oganisation and all of what we do costs money. If you would like to support us as an individual or a business, please contact us: tworiversradio@gmail.stream
 
If you like what you see, read and/or hear – please ‘like’ our page, comment, share us with your friends, follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Get in touch!! 🙂
 
We are always looking for new presenters, producers, writers, journalists and other team-members – if you’d like to get on board, please drop us a line: tworiversradio@gmail.com
 
www.tworiversradio.stream

 

The Poetry Show & Stairwell Books Presents…

In just 5 short minutes, The Poetry Show, Season 2, Episode 6 will discuss MACHINES with Neil Cathan and Becca Miles. Then in Stairwell Books Presents: we actually have Susie Williamson!

Today’s show is about MACHINES

I was trolling thru my poems, the old snippets of stuff, the finished stuff, notes and so on, and I discovered, I don’t write about machines!! At all!! Very funny. Maybe cars, and I might do a poem about riding on a bus past some hot dry scenery in Cyprus; and I have a piece about bells.
But most of what I do doesn’t require more equipment than a pen or a magnifying glass. Well okay and a camera: that’s indispensable.
I do write on a computer and I used to feel very creeped out by leaving the word processor behind, and that in itself was a jump from carbon paper and a type writer.

In examining skeletal remains, I use simple, old fashioned things: calipers and camera, books, and paper. Even analysing ancient DNA the way my friend Rika did it (in 2002, 2003) involved a gel, and running electrical charges over samples. Is that steam punk?

Next up, Stairwell Books Presents: Susie Williamson, who has now enjoyed two smash success book launch events for RETURN OF THE MANTRA, her fantasy novel that examines environmental destruction, greed and human rights. But in an adventure story! Not too preachy, just a great, rollicking ride.

Don’t forget to join Declan and I at True Story Cafe, Friday, 22 June, for an open mic about sleep. Restful, wonderful, necessary, sleeeee………………………

Schedule – 04/06/18

Tune in and join us for some really good musical radio,
Let’s see what we’ve got prepared for you today!
We will be broadcasting live from The corner pin from Midday till 11pm.

Midday – 1pm – The Lunchtime Rush!
Sun or rain it’s gonna be a great start with some cheery tunes
and mad, interesting facts from Declan Minskip. Let us be #liveandloud

1pm- 2pm – The Poetry Show will be talking about Gender in the first half, the Rose Drew & Alan Gillott will be live in the studio for Stairwell Books with composer Nick Williams

2pm – 3pm – Is a bit of a Pick and Mix! Some good music for our one and only: Daddy Cool.

3pm – 4pm – We’ve got first episode of a brand new show for you this week! What Rock? Join Alex Fisher and Sam Booth for an exploration of the rock genre, one sub genre at a time. From classic to post rock Alex and Sam’s choice picks will be sure to have you both banging your head to some big hits and scratching it at some more interesting choices that’re sure to introduce you to your new favorite band!!

4pm – 6pm – Mr. Judge to You! will go under the title “Native New Yorker”… A natural progression from our last show where Paul Simon got by with a little help from his New York and New Jersey friends… We will be Jazzy, Jivey, Alternative, Disco and Rocky on our two hour trip to The Big Apple with our very own rough musical and geographical guide to York’s younger and bigger…. MUCH Bigger Brother and Sister City across T’Atlantic Ocean!

6pm – 7pm – Coastin’ is gonna take us for a big ride with the eclectic mix of music, a review of# Blackpool Pleasure Beach’s new £16.25 million pound attraction, and another re-located ride, now flourishing in Italy!

7pm – 8pm – MTTY with Tracy and Stephen Allan this month is all about the music and events of the year 1969!

8pm – 9pm – All That Brass is tooting it’s horn for … well, anything with horns in it! Presenter Kate Lock is joined by leading York brass player Mike Pratt , who will be picking more of his favourite tracks and discussing the banding scene. Expect 70s music, classic brass and a few euphoniumisms!

9pm-10pm – Soul Hour with the one and only Mr. Paul Coull, let us soothe the mind and hearts! (This will be a show from the archives as Paul is at the Cricket today)

10pm – 11pm – Upside Your Mind takes us on another trip from the basement to the tropics and back. Taking in chillout, funk, tropical house and more…

We hope that you enjoy all or some of our content. There is something for everybody in the Two Rivers Radio schedule – that is because we are by the people of #York, for the people of York, in the heart of York.

Two Rivers Radio is run by a very dedicated and hard-working team of volunteers. If you would like to get involved please do contact us by messaging on Facebook or emailing: tworiversradio@gmail.com

We do have costs to cover and we are looking to expand our schedule and reach, so if you would like to sponsor us either as an individual or a business then do contact us. tworiversradio@gmail.com // 07913 685823

Please also ‘like’, share, comment on and invite people to view our content. You can also find us on Twitter and Instagram:

The Poetry Show & Stairwell Books Presents

The Poetry Show  –  1-2pm

The Poetry Show talks about GRANDPARENTS followed by Stairwell Books Presents: Declan Minskip & barriers to writing: how can we surmount these?

The Poetry Show Season Two Episode Two is about our grands: the ones we inherit from our parents, the ones we find, the elders we may eventually become.

After that we have a Stairwell Books Presents discussion about writing, and barriers we may face before we even get started. Two Rivers producer Declan Minskip bravely endures Rose’s questions (eeek) (only kidding. I’m not scary….am I?) with planned input from Emily Drew. Can depression stop creativity dead or can we harness the isolation and introspection of at least a milder depression to tap our thoughts? No one will suggest we just “snap out of it.” Mental health issues will affect most of us at some point in our lives.

The Poetry Show, Season One Ep 34, ‘Mythology’

On Two Rivers Radio, The Poetry Show, Season One Ep 34, ‘Mythology’, is  due to play. There’s some confusion cos last few weeks we were in ‘Murica. *IF* it’s Ep 34, O! M! G! It’ll be one of the best eps ever. Kit Marshall does Pygmalion. Like “Shy People”, by Laurence O’Reilly, Pygmalion is a poem i can hear again & again & again.
Plus heck the episode is also very good.

Tune in! Let’s ALLLLLLL find out what’s on. www.tworiversradio.stream

Two Rivers Radio, 1pm – 2pm, The Poetry Show