Recorded live at Spark York on the day of the UK vote in the European Elections, this news show special looks at Brexit with a bevvy twist and student attitudes to the election.
Recorded live at Spark York, with stories on street food in Coeliac Awareness Month; tips for living a greener student life; an award-winning mental health support initiative - and Harry discovers the joy of art!
In this show:
York votes - live from the 2019 local election count; Tour de Yorkshire arrives; concerns over river deaths; stepping up recycling.
The Yorkie's live-recorded news programme, produced by second year Journalism students at York St John University.
York St John University produced its first live stream for the opening day of the city's pioneering difital arts festival today.
York Mediale is a new international media event which brings content from leading artists to the city to showcase their talent and work.
The livesteam was produced and conducted by second
By Elisha Holt
The Yorkie has decided to help raise awareness for MPS. MPS awareness day is the 15th of May and campaigners are urging people to wear blue for the event. On our programme, our presenters wore blue ribbons throughout the programme in support of Danny, the 6 year
In our latest programme: York has worse pollution than London - we hear from the Green Party... We find out what the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, was doing in town.... The York Mum who's raising awareness for a rare genetic disorder affecting her little boy... And continuing our Local History
In our latest programme:
We report on one of York's most popular community festivals in Fossgate...
A York woman's behind a new network to encourage more women to get out and start walking...
And as part of our series to mark History Month, we go inside the City Art Gallery for a glimpse
In this programme:
A bunch of old shipping containers get a new lease of life as Spark:York, the city's unusual retail and community space, opens its doors...
The weather was set fair for the Bank Holiday weekend for a change - but the police are warning people to take care...