Taboo is a weekly fix of the controversial; presenter Mia Edwards interviews a different guest for every episode. The interviewee chooses a topic that they believe to be stigmatised or difficult to talk about. From money to masculinity, Taboo helps to address the issues that fixate the student population but often go undiscussed! Check […]
Alright, we’re Chaz n Dan, a radio duo made up of Charlie Spurr (right) and Dan Howard (left), both freshers. There’s us standing in a river for vital geographical purposes. The aim of Chaz n Dan is to bring a light-hearted hour of primarily chilled out indie and hiphop tunes with a side serving of […]
An Engineer & an Economist walk into a bar… Two students. One Mission. Enlighten the world about lager, ales & stouts – along with general drivel & ridiculous tangents over the course of 1 hour. Spotify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/3HzDL1K7Ll1phHEahXhuRa Google Podcasts ~ https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85MTEwNGRjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Instagram ~ @ale_hour
Hiya Loves! We are Eleanor and Cassie two second year housemates who have simply “Had it Up to Here”.Have you ever felt like, despite being an “adult”, living away from your parents, going to one of the best universities in the country, you still just don’t seem to have a clue about what is going […]
Maruja FM is a music talk show, discussing and playing up-and-coming underground bands, looking at who their influences are, as well their the impact on the current music scene. As a band, we talk about our own story, as well as interviewing other bands/musicians and parties involved in the industry, to hear their side of […]
Gensec On Radio Show is a weekly current affairs programme hosted by Kwame Asamoah Kwarteng, the General Secretary of the Students Union. The objective is to empower students to gain the boldness to share their unapologetic opinions on global current affairs. https://www.facebook.com/GenSecOnRadio/
Harry Badger and Luca Hughes-Piper take a look at the week’s sports and music headlines, as well as obscure anecdotes in our ‘Facts of the Week’ segment. Musical interludes will be varied, and mostly based on who makes the headlines that week.
Hassan Qureshi and Harry Schwarz live in a city of 8.9 million people. Of those 8.9 million, 1,200 went their school. Of those 1,200, three study first year at Manchester. Of those three, two have a radio show. This is that radio show, and these are their conversations, for your entertainment. https://www.mixcloud.com/TheSkinnyAt6/