(4/10) Semicentennial Celebrations: We’re back for a second series of abject commentary and lovely music. We’re celebrating 2021’s musical celebrations, with composers and compositions stretching back in fifty-year increments up to 1571. Featuring Haydn, Albinoni and Verdi.
(3/10) All The World’s A Stage: We’re back for a second series of abject commentary and lovely music. We’re delving into pieces for the theatre this week, with picks from Puccini to Stravinsky and chat about concert halls and leg-room.
(2/10) Northern Europe: We’re back for a second series of abject commentary and lovely music. Join us as we start of in the north of this fine continent, exploring the range of styles on offer and revisiting David’s favourite conductor Neeme Järvi yet again…
(1/10) Music Plus One: We’re back for a second series of abject commentary and lovely music. On the theme of Music Plus One, join us we increment the number of players starting with Bach and ending with Haydn.
It’s lockdown, it’s midnight, and a masked vigilante is standing on a stool in a server room – it can only be one thing, the return of URY for Spring Term 2021! Tune in to hear what it sounds like when increasingly tired and stressed presenters dally about on air for a couple of hours,… Continue reading I’m So Turned On Right Now: Spring Term 2021
It’s a Christmas miracle! Cup 7 already?? I know! Here’s the second chat I had originally for Keoni’s Cave on URY with my pal Callum. I do much of the same as in the previous episode, actually, so watch out for more terrible singing and a moderately disastrous attempt at preparing M&S’s Christmas Blend. Merry Christmas!
Cup 6 has arrived to boost/banish [delete as applicable] your Christmas blues! Originally, recorded for Keoni’s Cave on University Radio York (URY), here’s an expanded version of the chat I had with Molly that includes terrible Irish pronunciations, plenty of non-Christmas-based nattering and a clip shoehorned in of me taking a swig of some warm juice. 2020’s never been better…
(6/6) Most of the gang are back – as well as some special guests! There was so much stuff to squeeze in, we were going to extend the show by an hour. But we realised that no-one would have wanted that. Watch out for the explosive ending…
(7/7) Christmas Special
I appeared towards the end of Colin and Matt Having a Christmas Chat on University Radio York (URY) having been commissioned to translate and record a Christmas song yn Cymraeg. Have a listen to me talking about and singing ‘Popeth dw i’n eisiau am Nadolig sy’n ti’, more popularly known by its English name ‘All… Continue reading Keoni on Colin and Matt Having a Christmas Chat