Benji Hyer presents two hours of talk. This week, he asks: Should Parliament’s take-it or leave-it vote on the deal take place right on the eve of Brexit? Do you think Russia swayed the result of Brexit and general elections? And, , is it justified to vote for your party’s candidate if they are facing controversial allegations?
Next Show 03/12/2017
Chloe and James present the radio show which puts teen issues at the heart of the discussion. This week, they talk about our issue with money and consent at school and University plus they interview Tony Blake from the Take Five To Stop Fraud campaign. There's also music from RAYE, Lewis Capaldi, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato.
James Gilmore presents his two hour music tastemaker show. This week he opens with Ready For It by Taylor Swift before going through the entirety of Reputation in the first hour. He also has The Support Track in the form of EDEN and the track from The Night Before...
Meagan Berneaud hosts her new Sunday evening entertainment show! She wants to know about the people you’re proud of and when you’ve been upset by eras/TV shows/movie franchises ending. She also has Meagan’s Text Lingo (what should F.T.H. stand for?) and reads some excerpts from her diary. Plus there’s fun, games and music from Daya, Taylor Swift, Eminem and more.
TeenScope (with Kup & Gurr)
Two friends with completely different political views. George Kup and Callum Gurr host the first hour of TeenScope - your chance to stand up and be counted in the national debate. In this hour they ask about the value of hard work, animal welfare regulations, assisted suicide and breathalysing customers.
Young journalists and students host the second hour of TeenScope - your chance to stand up and be counted in the national debate. In this hour, Josh Mackenzie-Lawrie asks about the effect of Mugabe leaving office, the housing crisis, nationalising the railways and politicians appearing on reality TV shows.
In The Mix - Extra Mix
Listen to the Extra Mix version of Danielle Bradbery's second In The Mix takeover. In the lead-up to her new album ('I Don't Think We've Met') she spins her favourite tunes - including Thomas Rhett, Ed Sheeran, Sam Hunt and more.
While only in his early twenties, Dutchman Sam Feldt is one of the leading deep house tastemakers. Signed to Spinnin’ Records, he is one of the DJs to watch when it comes to a new sound flooding the scene. This week he has music from Becky Hill, Disciples, The xx and more.