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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

The fantastic community at Foodhall now have their own radio station! And its timing couldn't be better, launching during lockdown.

You can tune in online every weekend, for a diverse range of shows featuring music, art, conversation and more – all with the Foodhall ethos of tackling social isolation and encouraging integration.

"Our radio hosts don't need to be professional DJs or performers and we welcome all levels of experience and forms of expression. We hope that radio hosts will share music that is meaningful to them. We encourage sounds from across cultures and languages, genres and movements."

Tune in every weekend

Follow the link below to listen to past shows on Mixcloud.

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