Benji Hyer presents two hours of talk. This week, he asks: Do you think we will make the necessary changes to prevent irreversible damage to our planet? Will we be living in a driverless world by 2040? And, should celebrities get involved in politics?
Lekhika presents her talk show discussing teen issues and current affairs. This week she asks: What should Ofsted focus on when it inspects schools? And, would early-start classes work for you? She also talks about NF’s album “Perception” and there’s music from Jonas Blue, Silk City, BTS and more.
James Gilmore presents his two hour music tastemaker show. This week he opens with “Without Me” by Halsey before going into Sasha Sloan, Majid Jordan and Ebenezer. He also has The Support Track (in the form of Blithe) and a track from The Night Before from Shawn Mendes & Zedd.
Datrie presents her radio show on W!ZARD Radio Station. This week she wants to know about your dream tattoos and things that are better when you buy them than try to make them at home. Plus she plays DIY Food (what should a Plat be?), Truth Be Told and she has a Life Lesson about trying new things. Plus there’s fun, games and Datrie plays music from Halsey, LANY, Little Mix 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 about the impact of protests, Facebook hiring Nick Clegg, Saudi Arabia’s alliance with the West and the Police.
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 global inequality, the UK promoting cycling, Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow and a rise in hate crimes.
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 Calvin Harris, Roger Sanchez, Tchami and more.