Train Time: feat. Johnny Burnette and James Brown
Great retro sounds and conversation from Steve, plus the Quiet Storm after midnight.
Spring bank holiday (28/05/2018)
Tim Sheens talks to Gwilym Lloyd after a win over Wigan Warriors.
Lee Radford talks to Richard Stead after a defeat at Warrington Wolves.
Scunthorpe United's new boss talks to Sports Editor Matt Dean about his appointment.
Joe Westerman speaks to Gwilym Lloyd about returning to Hull FC
Amanda White reports on the scarecrow invasion before Messingham Show on June 3rd.
Lara King chats to veterinary nurse Sam Cass about the animal hospital's fundraiser.
Capturing the nation in conversation. In partnership with the British Library.
Carl Wheatley features The Spice Girls, Status Quo, and Percy Sledge.
Lara King's Sunday Foodie guest is Bea Suddaby - Hello Baker Girl - from Beverley.
Simon Clark brings you an extended interview with former Hull City manager Phil Brown.
James Hoggarth plays an hour of music inspired by sporting terrace songs.
Andy Comfort and Lucy Clark with the big clue-solving treasure hunt.
Phil meets the organiser of a talent show for young people with special needs in Hull.
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