We release new episodes regularly. You can find and catch up on all of our WORD and MUSIC shows.
Broadcasting from your friendly neighbourhood studio in Ramsgate, Kent
A message from Ramsgate Radio's Artistic Director on the launch of the station on 31st October, 2020.
In Interview: Mike Love
So many, including us here on Ramsgate Radio, have tried to analyse the contextual factors that have led to the Beach Boys achievements. However, there’s no amount of research and discussion that can compare to actually talking to one of the members of this incredible band.
Jemima Sara is a multi-disciplinary artist who addresses the aspects of everyday life. Her work is funny, expressive and ironic, focussing on feminism and what it means to be a female artist.
Perhaps the most challenging aspect of Alzheimer’a is the impact it has on those who witness their loved ones forget.
The Mind's Eye
Series of works dedicated to storytelling. We're aspiring to showcase the work of upcoming artists alongside renowned storytellers.
Tia Duff talks to the incredible Ty Locke about art, the local scene and what it's like to be a young artist in Thanet.
A series of sound works & meditations designed to help listeners take on the day ahead.
Stories On Our Plate
Diving deep into Thanet’s diverse culinary culture and meeting the people who dedicate themselves to food.
Naomi & Natalie - Everyday Racism
Everyday Racism is an organisation that began as an Instagram platform to share stories from Black and Brown people about their experiences of racism, specifically in the UK.
Music of Protest
George Lincoln explores protest music from around the world, the inspirations and struggles behind the music.
Analysis: Melissa Brill
a professional deaf dancer and teacher, specialising in commercial dance at Stage Door Arts, Melissa discusses accessibility within the Performing Arts industry and examine her experiences within the sector.
Walk With Me
A series of sonic excursions guiding you through Ramsgate, listening to what it all means to someone else.
Cook With Me
Follow along with Nancy’s delicious vegan quiche recipe in a great episode of Cook With Me.
Leading Ladies is the newest series of the Power of Women podcast. In this series Ruby Rare (author & podcast producer talks to some of the amazing women leading impactful community projects and organisation across Thanet.
We talk to Nadine Shah about her career and her fight for a fairer music industry.
Analysis: Delicate Moments (Analogue Street Photography)
I see you, I see the complexities, I see what others might not.
Opening The Box
A regular segment on The Friday Morning Show, Opening The Box is a fairly free-flow jumble of thoughts gleaned by Charlie Anson from films he's recently seen on the telly.
Led by young people working with Project Motorhouse, Harbouring Life aims to share the stories of some individuals working within Ramsgate Harbour.
Being...Symone Pt. 2 (a cut for a cut)
In this episode we get insight on Symone's coping mechanisms which at times are shocking and upsetting. We also look at how Symone has triumphed in her lifelong battle with self harming and discuss the devastating effects of insomnia.
Over Here: Keith Ross
Rachel Mills talks to Keith about his kingfisher walks around the harbour and how to tell the difference between the birds of prey you spot in Thanet.
Next Gen: Lucy Karczewski
In this episode of NextGen, Tia Duff chats to actor and artist Lucy Karczewski about the power of the female voice.
Ramsgate’s more sinister histories. In a special edition of Over Here Rachel goes on a ‘murder trail’ with Johanne Edgington, founder of Rotten Ramsgate.
Analysis: For the love of dance
Hannah St. George brings you ‘For the Love of Dance’ - a three part series exploring styles of dance and individuals local to Ramsgate that have dedicated their lives to it.
Steph Dickinson - Pie Factory
Pie Factory Music is a charity set up to provide free accessible music and related arts workshops for young people across East Kent. Hear Steph's fascinating story, discussing how she moved to Ramsgate when she was 7 to live on the Newington Estate where she was considered a 'rich kid' because her parents had a mortgage, but then going to a grammar school and feeling poor.
Friday Morning Show
Live every Friday between 10am and 12noon, this show packs in a great deal of content, from live guests, to music, to discussion, to film reviews,