Tagged with Jazz
Tagged with Jazz
Morgan Collins presents themed shows drawn from a wide range of music – rock, jazz, country, indie, ambient, chamber, and trip hop.
There’s no plan, there’s no framework, there are no limits. Who knows, they might even rediscover…The Lost Chord.
Presented by Bully, playing anything from the history of recorded music, where the only limitation is taste. There maybe a punk-ish bias but you’ll still hear anything from Klaus Nomi to Harry Partch and Robert Johnson to Blurt.
Nick Burrow and Nigel Lowe, old friends from Exmouth Comprehensive Sixth Form days (1977–now), each create a playlist (Nick Hornby style) to share with our audience.
Join Tommy S on a musical journey through the month with the Sunday Show, showcasing a blend of favourite hits and cutting-edge tracks, along with special guests and readings.
Presented by Premal Bhatt. I play a mix of music showcasing artists of south Asian heritage from across the world.
If you love hip hop, then the Murzi Show brings you a mad mix of hip hop from the UK and beyond, along with some reggae, funk and anything in-between.
Dave Elmer brings you a blend of the best of jazz, soul, funk, Afro and world music flavours.
A 21st century version of the Planet Mambo shows I used to present at BBC London/GLR. All kinds of everything including Latin, African, jazz, electronica, folk, reggae, esoteric rock…
Linda Humphries provides business information, advice and interviews with local business owners. The programme also features listings for business networking events. The music is swing jazz or upbeat jazz to put listeners in a good mood. It’s a place to share ideas, and spread optimism in the business world.
I’m a recording artist with very wide-ranging musical tastes. I like to dig out lesser-known songs from both under the radar and established artists, with a focus on finely-crafted pop, a sprinkling of classic reggae and folk, and a soupçon of psychedelia and electronica.
Presented by DJ John M. I play a mixture of music and have studio sessions, interviews and spoken word. I talk about the music, chat with guests, and drop in other random general factoids! I play music to soothe and rock, to relax and hype, the unusual and usual.
Bully, Paul Giblin, Helen Connole and Paul Barnes take turns to present the show. The music is an eclectic mix of many styles from all over the world. The show aims to complement the annual Exeter Respect festival and celebrate diversity in the area and in the wider world.
With Ewan James. Playing a diverse mix of tracks that really mean something to me, and maybe generate a bit of curiosity and inspiration for my listeners. I go back and forth in time, from the 60s onwards.
The sounds are rooted in underground indie, psychedelic and alternative rock. Not just things that sound good, but perhaps have interesting songwriting angles, challenge conventions, and have an emotional pull.
Most importantly I’m very keen to help make people happy, or happier, in some way. So my show is hopefully an interactive listener experience – with requests very welcome!”
A traveller linguist, singer/songwriter, philosopher and photographer from Transylvania. Playing music that heals the soul and makes one a bit more aware about mental health issues. All this seasoned with friendly interviews with local artists regardless of how known or unknown they are. Live acoustic sessions. Live video streaming. I wish to make you feel connected, elevated and more aware.
With DJ Peachy and occasional guests. Jazz, Funk, Reggae and everything in between. The music played is the only topic and if a good mix is happening there’s no need to interrupt.
Luch Càise-Dearg presents baroque, classical, romantic and modern music performed by solo artists, chamber ensembles, orchestras and choirs. Most recordings are made by local artists, many of whom discuss their work and perform live on the programme.
Exeter Art Radio. New and old sounds from the listenable avant-garde, art-related soundscapes and audio works, songs about the anthropocene and first world problems.
Artist and cultural conversations and interviews will sit comfortably alongside listings and reviews of stuff going down in the locale.
With Mark Armitage. The programme features a wide variety of music, well known and sometimes more neglected music from the 70s but also more recent releases and contemporary rock, jazz and folk. Occasionally I will indulge in some ancient prog-rock.
A mix of my main musical interests: jazz, folk, blues and world music, via my own CDs and those given to me at gigs I promote at Calstock Arts.
Presented by Jack Larkins. I’ll be playing a healthy dose of old fashioned party music with the general aim of making sure everyone has a great time. With a variety of new hits and some old classics, I’ll also be looking into the local music scene to see what’s happening.