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  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Cheeky Radio's very own Pharmacist, Dean Jerrett hijacks the Cheeky airwaves, with a weekly remedy of all things Souley, Housey & NuDiscoey.

    Alongside regular weekly features, Repeat Prescription, Nu Disco Corner, plus the 30 minute Mix to Midnight, to get you ready for the weekend.

    Check out the Live show, every Friday night from 10pm (UK), 5pm Eastern, 4pm Central & 2pm Pacific (USA).

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    Text Cheeky Radio: 07961501978

  • Melanie Janine Brown, better known by her stage name Mel B or "Scary Spice," is a British singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality. Born on May 29, 1975, in Leeds, England, Mel B rose to international stardom as a member of the iconic girl group, the Spice Girls, in the 1990s. Her unique style, powerful vocals, and charismatic personality made her an integral part of the group's success and a beloved figure in popular culture.
    Early Life and Career Beginnings Melanie Brown was born to a mixed-race family, with her mother, Andrea, being English and her father, Martin, being from the Caribbean island of Nevis. Growing up in the Burley area of Leeds, Mel B faced challenges due to her mixed-race background. She experienced racism and bullying at school, which she later described as a difficult and formative experience. Despite these challenges, Mel B found solace in performing and developed a love for singing and dancing at a young age.
    Mel B attended Intake High School in Leeds, where she excelled in sports and performing arts. She participated in school productions and joined a local dance troupe, showing early signs of her talent and passion for entertainment. After completing her secondary education, Mel B pursued her dream of becoming a performer.
    At the age of 16, Mel B began her entertainment career by responding to an advertisement in The Stage magazine for an all-female pop group. She auditioned for the group, which would later become the Spice Girls, and was selected as one of the five members alongside Melanie Chisholm (Mel C), Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, and Victoria Adams (later Victoria Beckham). The group's formation marked the beginning of a remarkable journey that would change the course of Mel B's life and the music industry as a whole.
    The Spice Girls Era The Spice Girls formed in 1994 and quickly gained popularity in the UK with their debut single, "Wannabe," released in 1996. The song became a global sensation, reaching number one in 37 countries and establishing the group as a pop cultural phenomenon. Mel B, with her distinctive afro hairstyle, leopard-print outfits, and bold personality, became known as "Scary Spice," a nickname that would stick with her throughout her career.
    The Spice Girls went on to release three studio albums: "Spice" (1996), "Spiceworld" (1997), and "Forever" (2000). They achieved massive success, selling over 100 million records worldwide and becoming the best-selling female group of all time. Hit singles like "Say You'll Be There," "2 Become 1," "Spice Up Your Life," and "Stop" solidified their status as pop icons and cemented their place in music history.
    During her time with the Spice Girls, Mel B also explored other ventures. She made her acting debut in the 1997 film "Spice World," which featured the group playing fictionalized versions of themselves. The movie was a commercial success, grossing over $100 million worldwide and showcasing Mel B's acting skills alongside her musical talents.
    In 1998, at the height of the Spice Girls' success, Geri Halliwell abruptly left the group, citing exhaustion and a desire to pursue a solo career. The remaining four members continued as a group, releasing the album "Forever" in 2000. However, the album received mixed reviews and failed to match the success of their previous releases. In 2000, the Spice Girls announced an indefinite hiatus to focus on their solo careers.
    Solo Career and Television Ventures Following the Spice Girls' hiatus, Mel B embarked on a solo career. In 1999, she released her debut solo single, "I Want You Back," featuring Missy Elliott. The song reached number one on the UK Singles Chart and was a moderate success internationally, showcasing Mel B's ability to stand on her own as an artist. Her debut solo album, "Hot," was released in 2000 and featured a mix of R&B and pop tracks that highlighted her vocal range and versatility.
    Mel B's solo music career continued with the release of her second album, "L.A. State of Mind," in 2005. The album showcased a more mature sound and featured collaborations with artists such as Lil' Kim and Teddy Riley. While the album received positive reviews from critics, praising Mel B's growth as an artist, it failed to match the commercial success of her previous work.
    Alongside her music career, Mel B also ventured into television, proving her talents extended beyond the stage. In 2007, she participated in the fifth season of the American dance competition series "Dancing with the Stars," where she finished in second place with her partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Her appearance on the show introduced her to a new audience and showcased her skill and dedication as a performer.
    In 2011, Mel B joined the judging panel of the Australian version of "The X Factor," where she remained for two seasons. Her straightforward and sometimes controversial comments made her a popular figure on the show, and her expertise as a successful artist added credibility to her role as a judge. She later served as a guest judge on the UK version of "The X Factor" in 2012 and 2016, further expanding her television presence.
    Mel B's television career reached new heights when she became a judge on the popular reality competition series "America's Got Talent" in 2013. She served as a judge for four seasons, bringing her unique perspective and expertise to the show. Her ability to connect with contestants and provide constructive feedback made her a valuable addition to the judging panel. Her time on "America's Got Talent" further established her as a prominent television personality in the United States and showcased her versatility as an entertainer.
    Throughout her television career, Mel B's charisma, humor, and genuine nature have endeared her to audiences. She has a natural ability to engage with people and bring out the best in them, whether as a judge, mentor, or host. Her success on various television shows has demonstrated her adaptability and appeal across different formats and demographics.
    Spice Girls Reunions Despite pursuing successful solo careers, the Spice Girls have reunited several times over the years, much to the delight of their dedicated fans. In 2007, the group embarked on a highly successful reunion tour, "The Return of the Spice Girls," which grossed over $200 million and became one of the highest-grossing concert tours of all time. The tour showcased the enduring popularity of the Spice Girls and their ability to captivate audiences with their music, energy, and camaraderie.
    During the reunion tour, Mel B's stage presence and performance skills were on full display. She brought her signature style and enthusiasm to each show, reminding fans of the magic that made the Spice Girls so beloved. The tour also highlighted the strong bond between the group members, as they seemed to genuinely enjoy performing together again.
    In 2012, the Spice Girls reunited once again to perform at the closing ceremony of the London Olympic Games. The performance was a nostalgic moment for fans and a celebration of the group's legacy. Mel B, along with her bandmates, delivered a high-energy medley of their greatest hits, including "Wannabe" and "Spice Up Your Life." The performance was a testament to the Spice Girls' enduring impact on popular culture and their ability to bring joy and excitement to audiences around the world.
    In 2019, the Spice Girls announced another reunion tour, "Spice World - 2019 Tour," without Victoria Beckham. The tour was a massive success, selling out stadiums across the UK and Ireland and garnering positive reviews from fans and critics alike. Mel B's energy and stage presence remained a highlight of the shows, cementing her status as an integral part of the Spice Girls' enduring appeal.
    The success of the Spice Girls reunions demonstrates the group's timeless popularity and the special place they hold in the hearts of their fans. For Mel B, these reunions have provided opportunities to reconnect with her bandmates, perform for adoring crowds, and celebrate the music and memories that defined a generation.
    Personal Life and Philanthropy Mel B's personal life has been the subject of media scrutiny over the years. In 1998, she married Dutch dancer Jimmy Gulzar, and they welcomed a daughter, Phoenix Chi, in 1999. However, the couple divorced in 2000. Following her divorce, Mel B dated actor Max Beesley and film producer Christine Crokos, openly discussing her bisexuality in interviews.
    In 2007, Mel B began a relationship with film producer Stephen Belafonte. They married in June 2007 in a secret ceremony in Las Vegas, and later that year, Mel B gave birth to their daughter, Angel Iris. The couple also welcomed a third daughter, Madison, in 2011. However, their marriage was plagued by allegations of domestic abuse and infidelity. In 2017, Mel B filed for divorce, which was finalized in 2018. She has been open about her experiences with domestic violence and has become an advocate for survivors.
    Throughout her career, Mel B has been involved in various philanthropic efforts. She has supported charities such as Women's Aid, a UK organization that supports survivors of domestic violence, and has been a patron of the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust. Mel B has also been a vocal advocate for animal rights and has supported organizations like PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).
    In 2018, Mel B was awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) by Prince William at Buckingham Palace for her services to charitable causes and vulnerable women. The recognition highlighted her dedication to using her platform to raise awareness about important issues and support those in need.
    Mel B's personal struggles and triumphs have shaped her into a resilient and compassionate individual. She has been candid about

  • Interviews and real life conversations, with the weird and wonderful people that circulate in and around the underground music community and culture. Recorded for

  • This is a live weekly chabura in Woodmere, NY. Each week we listen to a song, then we tie the song into the parsha or the current zman, and then we listen to the song a second time with a deeper appreciation. At the end we write a teffilah to help concretize the message into our heart. Come join the experience.
    Please email [email protected] with any questions or comments

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  • NATHASSIA (pronounced Natasha) is a history making electronic music artist and ambassador for Multiculturalism. Her weekly Goddess Is A DJ radio show is broadcast to millions of listeners in 33 countries and scheduled on leading dance music stations alongside the biggest DJs in dance music. Spinning the finest in Mainstage EDM, Bass House & Future House with a sprinkling of her own club hits!

  • Welcome to The Long Play, a new monthly podcast and music-listening club.
    Think of it as a book club but for albums.
    There are so many great albums that we've never got around to listening to, this is how we fix it, one classic at a time.

  • Welcome to Under The Covers, the podcast where two music lovers gather to explore the world of original songs and a cover version of the song. Each episode, we compare different two versions of one song, sharing our thoughts, insights, and of course, a bit of friendly banter. At the end, we vote for our favorite.

    So, whether you're a hardcore music aficionado or someone who just loves a good tune, we invite you to join the conversation and discover new music. Tune in and let the cover song journey begin!

  • Enthusiastically Metal, a podcast that talks about new releases, gigs we’ve been to, gigs Beccatron plays (!) and everything we’re enthusiastic about

  • CountrifiedUK is a podcast brought to you weekly from your hosts Ben and Blaine. We take you through your weekly fix of everything country. From interviews with artists, to the latest news and gossip to live performances. We focus on country music from both the United States and the United Kingdom as we try to bridge the gap and give the artist the exposure they deserve. Whether your an avid country fan or just new to this genre, this podcast is perfect for all. 

  • This is Song Cycle, where we gab with cool people who bring their innovative ideas and projects to life to contribute to a more vibrant society through song. Join the conversation!

  • Every two weeks on "Largely the Truth", host Brennan Storr sits down with people who have interesting things to say and perspectives you need to hear, in search of conversations you just donโ€™t want to end.

  • Football, Music and Me sees sports broadcasting legend Geoff Shreeves sitting down for intimate conversations with the biggest heroes from the world of football and music as they explore how their two great passions intertwine. Renowned for his extensive insight and in-depth interviews, Geoff explores the profound importance and impact of both the beautiful game and music on all of our lives.

  • Andrea Conangla leads the way into the Weird Sound in conversations with guest musicians and artists about what makes them move. Get some insights into the process of artistic creation and the world of contemporary classical music as a prelude to Autopsychografia, Andrea's debut album to be released in April 2024.

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  • Have you ever wanted to know more about the Sikh Music and Keertani (artists) personally - how they started, how they trained, whats it like on world wide tours, what keeps them connected to Gurbani and Kirtan? Well, this is why the Kirtan Fi Podcast exists!

    Here we will take an easy to follow deep dive into all aspects of Sikh Music via the lens of those who actually live and breathe it! May it be world renowned Keertani, instrumentalists or even those who have just begun their journey, lets have a conversation and connect with them and how it may help you on yours.

    Kirtan Fi is a jathebandi agnostic platform for the Khalsa Panth to connect to Gurbani Kirtan and Keertani, whatever the genre or style. This podcast will explore the uniqueness of all.

    It is aimed to connect and have conversations with those who have recorded and published with the Kirtan Fi Record Label, as well as those who have not.

    Kirtan Fi Podcast is a brand of Kirtan Fi.
    Come hear the difference:

  • I'm Phil I play guitar in Copse and I absolutely love a chippy tea. After a silly idea got out of hand very fast , I decided to combine my love of heavy music and passion for the great British chippy in a brand new podcast, Riff n Chips.

    Each episode we will have a fresh, line caught guest who will be battered with questions about their go to chippy orders, favourite local haunts and anecdotes about their life within the UK heavy music scene.

    Does your favourite guitarist enjoy mushy peas? Are label bosses partial to a can of Vimto? Tune in and get the answers to these big questions and mor