Eastbourne Youth Radio - Schedules

*** THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SHOW SPONSORS & PARTNERS FOR 2017

Including Cobb PR, sponsor of the Hospitality Tea Event (16th) and The Best of Eastbourne (posters and postcards).***

*** A radio show isn’t complete without weather updates and EYR 2017 will provide hourly forecast updates for listeners. EYR 2017 Weather Reports are sponsored by: Alandale Plant Hire (15th),Ditzy Media (16th) and Artemi Photography (17th) ***



*** EYR 2017 : Broadcast Ended ***

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*Direct links to specific broadcasts are available from the schedule below *


Wednesday 15th November 2017
10:00 - 11:00
EYR Launch MixListen Again
InfoEastbourne Youth Radio kicks off for 2017 with a packed hour featuring music, fun and previews of all the amazing audio delights that will be filling your ears for the next three days. Tune in!

11:00 - 12:00
Oakwood Primary AcademyListen Again
InfoHey, hey, hey, it’s OPA! We are back again on Eastbourne Youth Radio for 2017, with an eclectic mix of chat, music and drama. Just when you thought you’d heard it all on the radio before, along come Oakwood, once again raising the audio bar! Content from across the whole school and entertainment galore. Get your ears tuned, your dial in place and your attention fixed... it’s Oakwood time.

12:00 - 13:00
Heron Park Primary AcademyListen Again
InfoHeron Park students find out more about fire safety with show sponsor East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. Plus, the children enjoy getting their hands dirty with outdoor learning! There will also be fantastic work from the children around music and writing. Tune in to hear all about the new initiatives this year at Heron Park!

13:00 - 14:00
Roselands Infant SchoolListen Again
InfoRoselands and Stafford Federation is delighted to be presenting another two-hour back-to-back spectacular as part of Eastbourne Youth Radio 2017. Roselands Infant School are delighted to share a thrilling hour of entertainment focusing on the importance of community and supporting each other. As part of this, the children will be interviewing a range of special people who have already supported the school in different ways this term. The children are also looking forward to sharing a spectacular range of songs and learning for everyone to enjoy!

14:00 - 15:00
Stafford Junior SchoolListen Again
InfoStafford Junior School presents a dazzling array of features in their broadcast. As it’s Children In Need week, they will focus on the important message of working together to prevent bullying. They also share some exciting highlights from their learning journeys and the special themed days they’ve enjoyed this term. To top it all off, the talented children perform a vibrant mixture of music, poetry and song with themes ranging from retro pop to spaghetti!

15:00 - 16:00
The Eastbourne AcademyListen Again
InfoThe Eastbourne Academy, in association with Hotchkiss, will bring you a flavour of the full range of activities that go on at the school. These include reports on trips,both local and abroad; information on current projects and forthcoming events; insight into student leadership and the unique research undertaken by pupils; interviews with the Hotchkiss group and a selection of live and recorded music.

16:00 - 17:00
Willingdon Community SchoolListen Again
InfoWillingdon Community School provides a fantastic hour of radio, including a great performance by the Willingdon Voices choir. The show also includes several interviews with staff from St Wilfrid’s Hospice who are supporting the programme this year, and some features around anti-bullying in support of the Anti-Bullying Week campaign.

17:00 - 18:00
Sussex Downs Students UnionListen Again
InfoJoin SDC Students’ Union as they discuss what the SU is, and what it does, in addition to St Wilfrid’s Hospice, their nominated charity of the year; what has been discussed at student conferences and the Student-Governor conference, including what’s being done, as well as a wide range of opportunities for young people, from societies and clubs to big discounts and gyms.

18:00 - 19:00
Flagship show: Answer Back!Listen Again
InfoThe first of EYR’s flagship shows hits the airwaves. Pre-recorded with a student audience, a guest panel including local MPs and Sussex Downs College Student Sabbatical Officer, Jamie Harris, answer questions surrounding local and national government issues.

19:00 - 20:00
Radio DGHListen Again
InfoJoin the team for an insight into the world of hospital radio. Find out what they do on air, behind the scenes and details of their upcoming online launch. Plus, Radio DGH are on the lookout for volunteers. Think you can help? Tune in to find out more!

20:00 - 22:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen AgainListen Again
InfoPart 1: A series of documentaries and reports made by SDC Creative Media and Music students. Informing and entertaining you throughout the night.

22:00 - 00:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen AgainListen Again
InfoPart 2: A series of documentaries and reports made by SDC Creative Media and Music students. Informing and entertaining you throughout the night.

Thursday 16th November 2017
00:00 - 04:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen AgainListen AgainListen AgainListen Again
InfoStay up all night with Sussex Downs College Creative Media and Music students, who will be providing thought-provoking and entertaining documentaries and reports, combined with some great music.

04:00 - 07:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen AgainListen AgainListen Again
InfoStay up all night with Sussex Downs College Creative Media and Music students, who will be providing thought-provoking and entertaining documentaries and reports, combined with some great music.

07:00 - 08:00
Gildredge HouseListen Again
InfoGildredge House presents a fun-packed and entertaining show, made possible by the support of show sponsor, IT solutions and support company, M-Tech Systems.

08:00 - 09:00
Ratton SchoolListen Again
InfoRatton School’s breakfast show keeps listeners up to date with all the latest news and events from in and around Ratton School. There will be plenty of live performances from ensembles including The Minor Details and their Chamber Choir. The show also celebrates the success of their first Community Arts Festival and looks at some upcoming events.

09:00 - 10:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoSussex Downs College students present an entertaining hour of programming,featuring music, interviews and spoken word.

10:00 - 11:00
Stone Cross SchoolListen Again
InfoA packed hour featuring a poetry X Factor competition, fundraising for Children in Need, Anti Bullying Week, sports round up, toe-tapping tunes and interview with their new head teacher. Plus, could you beat the teacher or answer some fiendishly difficult jokes?

11:00 - 12:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoThe DIY media show: Live radio show on the rise of creating DIY media in the face of online platforms like YouTube and Vimeo. Exploring the most popular genres in music and film, the equipment needed to get you started, techniques to follow, how time has changed film and the indie-filmmaker’s history and origin. With Dom and Arda.

12:00 - 13:00
Flagship show: Meet the MediaListen Again
InfoA guest panel of industry professionals answer questions from a student audience. Find out how they got started in the media industry, their tips and advice for breaking into the field. Panel includes BBC South East Weather presenter Rachel Mackey, BBC Sussex reporter Simon Jenkins and popular radio DJ Dan Gasser.

13:00 - 14:00
The Causeway SchoolListen Again
InfoPupils from The Causeway, in association with show sponsor, Mears Group PLC, present a post-lunchtime show with music, thoughts and debate.

14:00 - 15:00
Pevensey & WesthamListen Again
InfoReception talk about meeting new people and the diff erences from nursery school. Year 1 talk briefl y about Anti-Bullying Week. History will be the focus of Year 3, while Year 4’s topic of discussion is India. Year 5 pupils make up the broadcast anchors, interviewing some amazing pupils and possibly staff . Finally, Year 6 share their most recent topic about the uniqueness of artists. In addition, the school choir perform three songs live!

15:00 - 16:00
St. Andrew’s Prep Listen Again
InfoYear 6 pupils interview some of the staff from show sponsor, Heringtons Solicitors. The pupils will be presenting their topics live and play a selection of their favourite music as part of their broadcast. The pupils have been also been preparing items on subjects ranging from news and current aff airs to Disney, pop music and musical theatre.

16:00 - 17:00
Devonshire CollectiveListen Again
InfoDevonshire Collective presents Threshold, a one-hour show of exciting arts, culture, music and festivals from Devonshire Ward. Featuring previews of Devonshire Digital Weekender (24-26 Nov), Crossing the Screen International Festival (23-26 Nov), and Boho Winter Light Festival (18 Nov). Hear about a new light and sound installation by young people from TechResort and AudioActive, Singing Windows, and new music made by young people.

17:00 - 18:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoLive Music Showcase part 1. Featuring the best musical talent in the Eastbourne area. Ellie Conlin and Matt Birch (SDC Creative Media) host live bands and acoustic acts that promise to serve up a veritable smorgasbord of musical genres and tunes.
Produced by Megan Watson.

18:00 - 19:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoLive Music Showcase part 2. SDC’s Live Music Showcase continues, featuring the best musical talent in the Eastbourne area. Ellie Conlin and Matt Birch (SDC Creative Media) host live bands and acoustic acts that promise to serve up a veritable smorgasbord of musical genre’s and tunes.
Produced by Megan Watson.

19:00 - 20:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoUp all night, part 1: SDC students keep you up all night with a variety of live specialist music shows amidst the fun and frolics of the EYR graveyard shift. Join them for a night of fun, with eclectic music from Death Metal to Big Band swing. Anything is possible! A packed 12 hours is ahead, so stay tuned in.

20:00 - 21:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoUp all night, part two.

21:00 - 22:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoUp all night, part three.

22:00 - 00.00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen AgainListen Again
InfoUp all night, part four.

Friday 17th November 2017
00.00 - 04:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen AgainListen AgainListen AgainListen Again
InfoUp all night, part five.

04:00 - 07:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen AgainListen AgainListen Again
InfoLate up or early to rise? Either way, be sure to tune in to SDC’s early hours show featuring a variety of live specialist music shows amidst the fun and frolics of the EYR graveyard shift. Eclectic music from Death Metal to Big Band swing. Anything is possible!

07:00 - 08:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoBreakfast show – Good music and chat with the surviving members of the SDC Creative Media course. A look at what’s still to come this year on EYR, toe-tapping tunes and just about anything else they can think of.

08:00 - 09:00
Cavendish SchoolListen Again
InfoThe Cavendish Breakfast show is guaranteed to cheer you up on a bleak November morning. There will be live music and an interview with show sponsor Eastbourne Borough Council. The Breakfast Crew will also be indulging in a number of challenges and quizzes, including the ‘Celeb Impression Challenge’, the internet challenge, ‘Guess the Lyrics’ contest and a unique ‘Lip Reading Contest’. All this, plus the latest school news.

09:00 - 10:00
St. John’s Meads Listen Again
InfoSt John’s Meads returns to EYR to bring an hour of child-led entertainment and interaction as they bring fun and laughter across the airwaves. Having worked hard to put together their show, the children are looking forward to being in the studio and showing the public what they can do.

10:00 - 11:00
Sussex Downs CollegeListen Again
InfoSDC creative media students Natasha and Isaac pose the question ‘What are British values?’ What do they include? Where can they be found? Who decides what they are? And does anybody really care? Accompanied by a great British soundtrack.

11:00 - 12:00
Moira House Listen Again
InfoThe ‘Friday brunch-time’ spot will be an exciting mix of live and recorded music, chat, spoken word, and a featured interview with show sponsor, Love & Fashion. Hear music from some brilliant singers and instrumentalists, including a live duet from Jade and Megan, and a selection of monologues and dialogues by some LAMDA students. Tune in and let hosts, Raphy and Jasmine, guide you through an interesting and diverse show.

12:00 - 13:00
The Haven Primary SchoolListen Again
InfoThe school environmental club, The Haven Rangers, discuss things that matter to us about the environment including “Animals in Danger” as well as the “Where’s Barbra?” campaign. The show also includes a Bird Song quiz and top tips from The Haven’s resident gardener, Tim. Listen in to find out more about the environment we live in and how we can help encourage more pollinating insects.

13:00 - 14:00
Bede's Prep School Listen Again
Info'Voyage of Discovery’ takes us into our imagination, with some wonderful creative writing and poetry from Year 4, as well as music compositions from some of Senior Bede’s students and performances from their top musicians. The show also feature interviews with their Prefect Team, who find out what we discover about ourselves as we take on moreresponsibility. Join Bede’s for a fabulously interesting and wideranging programme.

14:00 - 16:00
EYR Close Mix Listen AgainListen Again
InfoIt’s goodbye again. Those left standing after our mammoth broadcast take youthrough the highlights of EYR 2017.
We will be back.


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