Benji Hyer presents two hours of talk. This week, he asks: With the Chequers plan rejected, but no deal undesirable, what’s your Brexit Plan B? Is Emily Thornberry a Labour leader-in-waiting? And, should gambling companies be forbidden from sponsoring football teams?
Lekhika presents her talk show discussing teen issues and current affairs. This week she asks: Would a “transition” year between GCSE’s and A Level be helpful? Do you want to own your own car? She also talks about 5 Seconds of Summer’s latest album and there’s music from Casey Lowry, Nina Nesbitt, Alice Chater and more.
James Gilmore presents his two hour music tastemaker show. This week he opens with “Bad” by Lennon Stella before going into Chantel Jeffries, Olivia O’Brien and Noah Cyrus. He also has The Support Track (in the form of Mae Muller) and a track from The Night Before from Robinson. Plus he speaks to Casey Lowry about new single “Me & You”.
Datrie presents her radio show on W!ZARD Radio Station. This week she wants to know about your favourite things to do on off-days and your weird pet peeves. Plus she plays DIY Food (what should a Utro be?), Truth Be Told and she has a Life Lesson about how to deal with hate and bullies. Plus there’s fun, games and Datrie plays music from Imagine Dragons, Khalid, Benny Blanco 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. This week, they ask whether holidays are too focused on social media, if secondary schools give leavers enough support, the proposed introduction of a four-day working week and an “Exit from Brexit”.
TeenScope (with Matthew Stiles)
Matthew Stiles breaks down the news and hosts the second hour of TeenScope – your chance to stand up and be counted in the national debate. This week, he asks about Theresa May’s Brexit plan, Russia being re-instated following the doping scandal, Britain’s railways and the regulation of crypto-currencies.
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 Silk City, Lost Frequencies, Tory Lanez and more.