Tagged with World
Tagged with World
Presented alternately by Martin Henning and Bully. We play folk and roots related/derived music from all over the world and just down the road, with guests and live music in the studio.
Hosted by Paul Giblin, this show features music you are unlikely to hear anywhere else. Genres covered include prog, electronica, dub and many more…
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.
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.
(Dr) David Treharne plays jazz, and jazz related music, to an eclectic, esoteric and discerning audience of people who have an ear to spare on Tuesday afternoons.
Greg Gould (the Ghoulish Groover) presents breakbeats and EDM. It’s for anyone who loves music. I’d like to captivate my audience.
DJ Peachy and guests play lots of new music from Exeter and beyond. Touring acts and up-and-coming locals with a Q&A session on the phone when we can’t get someone in to the studio.
With Nigel. An omnifarious mix of indie, pop, new wave, rhythm and blues, reggae, rock, world and soul.
We are Rob and Tom. Mind the Gap is a show which could include pretty much anything and everything. We would like to believe that if we are having fun then hopefully you will too!
With Chee. The main objective of Anti-Telly Time is to give listeners a giggle and a smile. There’s music from local bands through to obscure sounds, and music that makes you dance against your will. Sometimes spoken-word and other non-music delights will pop up, with guests on occasion. It’s a party and you’re invited.
With Caroline Hart. Playing those favourite 80s songs, to folk discovered in the Western Isles, to Indian ragas…
There’s no plan, there’s no framework, there are no limits. Who knows, they might even rediscover…The Lost Chord.
Presented by John Sealey. Known as the monthly mixtape, talk is kept to a minimum to squeeze as out much music as possible in 120 minutes.
Brought to you by Gordon. There are only two types of music, good and bad, I play the good kind.
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.
Presented by John Tron Davidson, Dragon and The Spring. The Way of Things shares all the records that we’ve found, been told about, and loved.
Dave Elmer brings you a blend of the best of jazz, soul, funk, Afro and world music flavours.
Andrew Barge, Chair of Trustees at Living Options Devon, will be talking all things accessibility. Living Options is a user-led disability charity offering a range of services to deaf people and the disabled community in the county of Devon.