We are not broadcasting live right now, but you can always listen again to any of our recent programmes featured below or see details of upcoming broadcasts and training in the News and Events sections at the bottom of the page.
Leeds in Music with news of cycling-related festivals…June 2014.
Leeds East talk ART!June 2014
James Fernie and his jazz Hot Flavours!June 2014
The Blind Deads – and Dylan..June 2014.
LTW(M) Special with 365 Leeds Stories.June 2014
The Blind Deads are back in the studio……20th May '14
LTW, with James Fernie and Nigel Stone, Gemstones and Mick McCann.May 2014
Poet Keith Hutson reads and speaks!May 2014
The best place to find out about all the great work within the Seacroft and Manston cluster…30th April '14
A group from John Smeaton join us in the studio to look at and explore the theme of communication.30th April '14
The children from Crossgates Primary take over our studio once again – and what a fine job they do too!30th April '14
A group from the TNLPT join us in the blue velvet studio for chat, interviews, music and more…17th April '14
Chris Nickson, local writer, talks about his writing life.April 2014.
Join the 2 7′s party for their perfect blend of chill out tunes..1st April '14
Another celebration of all that is great in the local community – Chat, interviews, live music and more!!1st April '14
All the latest from the Seacroft and Manston Cluster26th March '14
Leeds in Music – Featuring Harry Ridgway25th March '14
The Next Generation team present their very own show…..19th March '14
LTW with Melting Pot, presented by Helen Burke.March 2014aach
Deli, themed around Brothers.March 2014
Join the Next Generation Foundation team as they follow on from last week show…5th Mar '14
The finest mix of dub and reggae tunes….4th Mar '14
A look back at some of the highlights of last months educational cluster broadcasts26th Feb '14
Lights, Camera, Action!24th Feb 2014
Grimes Dyke Primary School are back once again!26th Feb '14
LTW, Word Salad (Chance) and Jimmy Andrex.Feb '2014
The Deli, on the theme of Bags.Feb '14
ELFM depends on volunteers to run all aspects of its broadcasting programme. We have regular meetings and training sessions for volunteers as well as the "Next Generation" programme: an extended training course for young people.
Over 7000 people aged between 3 and 87 years old have been involved since we started in 2003.
If you want to join us, please get in touch:
Call Ed on 07947 272 589