Steve keeps you in great company right here on the Dales
It’s a full Dales Breakfast each weekday morning with Julian serving you the latest news, weather, travel and sport along with all the latest from across the Yorkshire Dales. Plus he’ll have a 7-inch hero and a one hit wonder.
Simon keeps you company through the morning as he starts with an hour of memories in ‘The Time Machine’ and he’ll have loads of info on events in the Dales.
An afternoon filled with the soothing voice of Stuart Clarkson with music to match and a treat for film fans at 5. Make Stuart your Sunday afternoon choice.
Friday evening the Goddess of Rock Tiiu Shelley brings you the finest collection of Classic Rock from up and down the decades so you’d better have your air guitar ready.
Rob gets you through the afternoon with all the days news, weather and travel plus the latest from across the Dales and he’ll challenge your musical knowledge at 3.30 with the Top 3.
Every Sunday lunchtime we give you the chance to take over Dales Radio with the Sunday Takeover, where you choose the music we play. Call 01756 799687 and leave a message, Email firstname.lastname@example.org, go to the website dalesradio.co/request or use Facebook, Twitter @dalesradiouk
Saturday lunchtime get ‘Stuck in the 80s’ with loads of great songs from the decade of the Rubik's Cube, Bully's Star Prize, BMX bikes and Yuppies plus there’s a few 80s teasers to get you thinking.
Saturday Morning is brought to life with great music, loads of info on events in the Dales, local stories from the week and the weekend edition of ‘The Time Machine’.
A conference backed by key players in the forestry industry will be held at Leeds City Museum on 2nd November focusing on the issue of plastics in woodland creation.
The owners of second homes are set to have to pay a premium on their properties in North Yorkshire amid ambitious plans to tackle the affordable housing crisis which is blighting communities across the county.
People from across the Dales have expressed extreme sadness after the death of Her Majesty the Queen.
A brand-new artisan cheesemonger in Richmond can look to expand the business thanks to a District Council grant.
A recruitment drive is being launched for a service to provide short-term foster care for families after its use fell dramatically during the Covid-19 pandemic amid concerns over the spread of the disease.
Local people are being invited to have their say about a draft Conservation Area appraisal drawn up to identify and assess the special interest of the village of Askrigg in Wensleydale.
EXTRA funding has been invested into schemes, such as one in Hawes, to help local people meet essential living costs this winter.
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The All Together Now Community Choir
Julian meets the guy behind this amazing choir in Skipton
Constable Burton Hall tulips in full bloom this Bank Holiday weekend.
Major tulip festival in wensleydale this weekend and it's open to the public.
SHOUT IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS - A Terminal Cancer Healing by Lizzie Emery
In 2012 Lizzie Emery from Skeeby was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer. Her chemotherapy was described as ‘palliative only’. Eight years on she has regained her full health and strength.
New book captures first decade for Principle Trust Children’s Charity
Mike Davies MBE, from Dales-based charity The Principle Trust, has written a book about the first 10 years of this amazing charity which provides holidays for local children and their families.