Radio Venus 2024

8th March is International Women’s Day 2024 and, as we do every year, we’ll be celebrating with Radio Venus – a full day of women’s broadcasting. Here’s the full schedule for the day and you can listen to each and every programme:

7-8am Sisters of Soul w/ Maureen and Sandra Rowe

8-10am Venus Breakfast w/ Maria Spadafora and Mercy Katola

10-11am One to One w/ Carole Moss

11am-12pm About Bradford w/ Sophia Kupse & Fran Holling

12-1pm Roundtable w/ Ingrid Dzerins and guests Anne Griffin, Ikra Khan and Yemi Fagboroun

1-2pm Ukrayinkshi Zhinki v Bradford w/ Maria Danylczuk and Maria Fedyszyn

2-3pm Women In Music w/ Di Ives and Val Turner

3-4pm Black Women In Conversation w/ Maureen Grant

4-6pm Bradford & Beyond w/ June Russell, Jenny Kean, Goodie Okenchukwu, Carole Moss

6-7pm Music Mix w/ Rafaela Heron

7-8pm Punjabi Music w/ Bindra Kaur

8-9pm Independent Women w/ Marie Millward

9-10pm Northern Corner w/ Doreen Malcolm

10-11pm Keep Being You w/ DJ Delta X and DJ Frogfish

11pm-12am I’ll Take You There w/ Romy Needham

12-1am My Favourite Artists w/ Rowan Tonge

1-2am Records In My Head w/ Jess Draper

Radio Venus 2024

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Radio Venus 2024 BCB celebrations International Women's Day 2024. Find out more!

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Battenberg

Battenburg are Richard Sara and Owen Whitehouse.

The show derives it's name from the 4 squares that make up a slice of Battenberg. A square is a topic of conversation and Richard and Owen each bring 2 squares - 'blind baked' which means that neither knows what the others square is prior to the show.

The show is a one hour conversation interspersed with music which introduces the topics. On today's show:

'Seven Seas' X1 versus Lord Harewood's X1', 'Masters of War', 'Silly Games', 'Jargon'.

Square one and The Brothers return to the 'Perfect Day' when The Seven Seas drank Sangria in Lord Harewoods Park.

Owen and Bob Dylan ask, "Who are the 'Masters of War'?" Who makes money from War? Who is aiding war and profiting from suffering?

Richard has been playing 'Silly Games' and has a novel way of helping charity. Can you get paid for playing online games?

The show is brought to a close with a game of jargon-based bingo ballcocks.

Introductory Square music :

Lou Reed - Perfect Day
BoB Dylan - Masters of War
The Who - Pinball Wizard
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