Benji Hyer presents two hours of talk. This week, he asks: Should a country be able to use whatever means necessary to defend its borders? What was your highlight of the Royal Wedding? And, should companies be allowed to charge higher prices for larger-sized clothes?
Lekhika presents her talk show discussing teen issues and current affairs. This week she asks: Is innocent until proven guilty still respected in society? What support should be provided in school for mental health? She also reviews The Big Bang Theory and there’s music from Jess Glynne, Charlie Puth, The Vamps and more.
James Gilmore presents his two hour music tastemaker show. This week he opens with Solo (feat. Demi Lovato) by Clean Bandit before going into Kiiara, HRVY and Charlie Puth. He also has The Support Track (in the form of Chantel Jeffries) and a Night Before track from Pharrell & Camila Cabello. In the first hour, James interviews producer Jay Pryor.
Alec Feldman hosts Sunday evenings on W!ZARD Radio Station for a short time. This week he asks for your “I’m A Terrible Human Being, But…” stories, answers all of your Royal Wedding stories and marries listeners on-air! Plus he has a new game (“Fill The Hole”) and reads a 100% true excerpt from the Queen’s diary. Plus there’s fun, games and music from Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Anne-Marie 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 John Bercow should remain as Speaker of the House of Cmoons, replacing the House of Lords, capping sports stars wages and SexEd classes in school.
Student journalists take over the second hour of TeenScope – your chance to stand up and be counted in the national debate. This week they ask about the local election results, solutions to Brexit, Amber Rudd’s resignation and UKIP.
In The Mix - Extra Mix
Listen to the Extra Mix version of Cam Crowley’s In The Mix takeover. He plays the music that he’s listened to non-stop in the past 5 years, including Ed Sheeran, Tom Odell, Stevie Wonder 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 Icarus, Charlie Puth, Throttle and more.