Benji Hyer presents two hours of talk. This week, he asks: Is there any advantage to a no-deal Brexit? Should Facebook be forced to hand over information to help with police investigations? And, does Trump fundamentally believe what he says?
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 place in the world and your biggest regret. Plus she plays DIY Food (what should a Meetro be?), Truth Be Told and she has a Life Lesson about making sure you’re prepared for important things! Plus there’s fun, games and Datrie plays music from Calvin Harris, Drake, Nina Nesbitt 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 importance of style vs substance for our politicians, Frank Field resigning from the Labour Party, payday loan companies and Under-18’s drinking energy drinks.
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 another financial crisis, funding for the British police, sexism in tennis and religious institutions getting involved in economics.
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 Dennis Lloyd, Martin Solveig, MOWE and more.