A weekly buffet of unsigned music from bands from and playing in London that week, plus interviews and live sessions.
Erica McKoy presents the best electronic music from around the globe, from the next big thing, to old-school talent.
Jayan Mistry presents alternative beats and rhythmic music, mixing releases and remixes, heavy energy and chilled out vibes.
Rory Foster brings you cutting-edge electronic rhythms, and the finest in alternative indie, soul, jazz and hip-hop.
The antidote to the Loose Women has been found! Yes it’s the loosest bunch of Uptight Women you’ll ever hear, trying to fill an hour of airtime with lots of words, some nouns, a verb (or two) and even a cheeky adjective. Now and again other people will appear from nowhere, adding more to the words, then we all laugh at how funny we are.
Ashley Renalls brings you the latest from music in all that is Hip-hop, Grime and R&B. Ranging from the latest exclusives and classics from the UK and US, to get your weekend officially started.
Brittany Taylor talks fashion and beauty; breaking brands, celebrating iconic looks and getting your opinions from the street.
Find out about all the latest giveaways and competitions on Roundhouse Radio, as well as how you can enter and interact with the station!
Rosie Turner brings you Urban Backpacker: A colourful mix of urban adventures, wild secrets and fresh tunes each month, to motivate and inspire.
A Roundhouse roundtable conducted by Tommy Horner, translating the “language of few words” that are the digital arts in our city.
Sonic adventures exploring a new plain of sound and playing with our ideas around creativity and identity brought to you by the Audio Collective.
Lucy Kinghorn brings you the best electronic beats – selected to help refuel your batteries and provide some musical therapy.
Ray Tannor supplies you forum for mindful topics blended with interviews and tracks that resonate with the soul.
Tune in every month for a conversation with a new entrepreneur, influencer or creative. Turning Twenty Nothings into Twenty Somethings.
From the Archive
All Ears with Albie Mills: an eclectic mix of Indie and Pop, with interviews from the world of music and beyond.
Breakfast with Chloe fuses popular culture with a generous dose of current house and electronic music.
Frank McWeeny’s global radio show French Toast condenses recent musical discoveries and new favourites into the sexiest two hours of radio you’ve heard in a while.
Balkan to Bollywood, disco to jazz – Ros Fraser brings you a cocktail of sounds from all corners of the globe.
With Rory May. A rambling 15 minutes of a bored man giving inconsequential observations and irrational opinions. With sound effects.
Laurie Bolger brings you an eclectic mix of new and exciting stand-up poets and some bloomin’ great musicians.
Nikita Chauhan brings you the best in alternative soul sounds layered with hip-hop and electronic beats – blurring those genre lines.
Shan McGinley hosts a new-age concept where specialist radio crosses into the wacky worlds of personality lead airwaves…
With Kaleya Baxe. Not only will you hear some much loved tunes, but also hopefully discover something new and wonderful!
The home of riff-laden rock and metal on Roundhouse Radio. Each show features brand new and classic tracks alongside news, interviews and live sessions from bands on tour. With Lyn Connolly.
Robby Wiliams plays the best in Urban Music. Expect current hits, along with album tracks and B-sides, topped off with the occasional uninterrupted live mix.
Played Up is the improvised archive show where the tapes don’t exist yet! Each week a special guest shares their collection of cassette tapes, which are then brought to life by improv group the RH Experience.
Catherine Brinkworth brings you all the reggae you need to know about: fresh bass-heavy and ragga riddims, new releases, gig roundups, and classic vibes too.
A sideways look at the relationship between classical and pop music, told through the story of Orfeo.
Cushion, the Roundhouse’s resident cabaret and performance art collective, take their variety from the stage to the radio.
Our favourite poets have shared with us their top 15 tracks to create what we like to call our ‘Roundhouse Radio’s Poet Playlist’.
We know that we can’t be everywhere all of the time, so we are sharing the best of the best events happening during Last Word Festival.
An intimate introduction to six different poets, discussing their relationship with words, sounds, stories, people and poetry.
A series of chats exploring the relationship that poetry and spoken word have with grime music and stand up comedy.