Tune in every month for a conversation with a new entrepreneur, influencer or creative. Turning Twenty Nothings into Twenty Somethings.
The Treasury is the biggest place you’ve never heard of that celebrates arts and culture in its myriad shapes and forms.
Kickstarting with GLXY, a wicked Deadline remix and Benny L, Laurie shines spotlight on SATL’s new EP on Integral Records and end’s with a 30 minute glimpse of Shine Shack Sounds: Episode 1 with Hybrid Minds.
Nels Hylton brings you his take on the hottest new music from across the globe whilst also pioneering minority groups in obscure genres of music.
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.
Where artistic conversation is soundtracked by hidden gems of all genres that you can vibe to. The Green Room, hosted by Weyland McKenzie and Reuben Arthur.
Pushing new music and artists, in the realms of Hip-Hop, Jazz and R&B, focusing on sounds coming from the UK.
Join Noha and an industry guest each month as they build a genre spanning tagine. Expect Bashment, Dancehall & Grime.
Rainbow Pilgrims is a landmark project that discovers the hidden history of LGBTQI migrants in the UK.
A monthly genre-defying show taking a journey through past, present, and future sounds that evoke and contribute to Fluid Souls.
Meet Joy and Helen, two young women who are suddenly thrust into the farcical maze of London Flat hunting.
T-One Presents brings together a huge array of musical tastes and experiences, Rich Rich (Richard Clifton), Velvet Thunder (Alex Robertson), Cristian Prince (James Prince) and Shabbee Chic (Zoe Anderson) are T-One- the eclectic collective.
Co-select having been running nights in London for the past year, promoting gender equal line-ups. Specialising in electronic music, expect to hear a combination of dance floor ready tunes, hidden gems and unreleased music from the Co-select family and friends.
‘Beat IT’ is an interview based show framed with empowering music, with an aim to shine light on incredible and forward thinking self-identifying womxn and non binary people in the music industry and beyond. Hosted by Milly Lupton. Beating the patriarchy, one tune at a time.
Pulling clips from archives and interviews, Marcus traces an oral history through Black British musical and cultural practices.
Slow Motions can be boiled down to this: one hour of music to space out to. Tune in for the wooziest tracks from every genre.
Rory Boyle spills the tea, and shines a light (and sometimes a little shade) on a myriad of topics that often don’t get enough mainstream media coverage.
ar.li presents the best in beat-heavy disco, jazz and hip hop beats from a roster of global beatmakers.
Morning Routine are a collective featuring Lyle (Max Campbell), Leonard Doob (Cian Holland) and Don Sinini (Sam Hassan) who bring strange and exciting themed mixes every fortnight.
From the Archive
Erica McKoy presents the best electronic music from around the globe, from the next big thing, to old-school talent.
Rory Foster brings you cutting-edge electronic rhythms, and the finest in alternative indie, soul, jazz and hip-hop.
Get to know African-Brit sister friends, Sistren a lil’ deeper as they bring their queer, hilarious no-nonsense realness to Transmission Roundhouse
Brittany Taylor talks fashion and beauty; breaking brands, celebrating iconic looks and getting your opinions from the street.
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.
An exploration of mental health centering one funny woman’s experience living with Bipolar disorder.
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.
A discourse into the digital arts, conducted and compiled by Tommy Horner. Translating the “language of few words” that is this salient scene and decrypting the nowadays digitized culture, permeating our cosmopolis – and conscious.