Deadcrush – alt-j
Dream On – Amy Macdonald
Creature Comfort – Arcade Fire
Everything Now – Arcade Fire
Signs of Life – Arcade Fire
Never Did This Before – Black Saint
Real Life – Duke Dumont
Higher – Eliza And The Bear
Can’t Do – Everything Everything
Fire Dancing – Holy Oysters
Instruction – Jax Jones
Strip That Down feat Quavo – Liam Payne
Know No Better – Major Lazer
Slow Hands – Niall Horan
What’s Wrong – PVRIS
Machine – The Horrors
Takes One To Know One – April Towers
Let The Good Times Roll – Blackwaters
Vitamin C – CLEAN CUT KID
Champion – Fall Out Boy
Run – Foo Fighters
Walking The Wire – Imagine Dragons
All Stars Ft. ALMA – Martin Solveig
Grant Green Ft. Charles Bradley – Mr Jukes
WOO SE MAMA – Paul Weller
People Will Always Need Coal – Public Service Broadcasting
Born To Lose – Ten Tonnes
The Man – The Killers
Feels Like Falling In Love – The XCERTS
Eden Machine – Trailor Trash Tracys
Tune in to Radio LaB 97.1FM this week (26th – 30th June 2017) and you’ll hear Luton Sixth Form College students on the air.
For the fifth year running, sixth formers are taking over the airwaves of the University of Bedfordshire’s community radio station.
From 8am to 4pm, each hour-long show will have a different presenter or presentation team and include a range of music, features and chat – all broadcast live.
Luton Sixth Form College radio teacher Andy Waterfield said: “It’s great to be invited back to Radio LaB for the fifth year running – it’s such a great experience for our students.
“This year we’ve got a mix of students from the BTEC radio and also TV and film courses, who are using it as an extension to their studies to stretch and challenge themselves.”
* The full daily schedule is below. Tune your radios to 97.1FM or listen online at radiolab.beds.ac.uk/player
8am: Retro Breakfast with Andy
9am: James, Marcus, and Tom
10am: Kailan, Katie, and Paige
11am: Meghan, David, and Lauren
1pm: Andrew and Ben
2pm: Chelsea and Holly
Radio LaB 97.1FM are pleased and proud to be the hosts of BJTC Vote 2017, which can be heard from 10pm on Thursday 8th June.
The live all-night election results programme is being produced by Journalism students from across the UK studying on industry accredited BJTC courses. The programme is a chance for BJTC Journalism students to learn, share and collaborate on a major story, reporting on the radio, online and social media platforms from election counts.
Thirteen Universities are taking part in this unique collaboration.
Tune in to Radio LaB on Thursday 8th June from 10pm.