ABOUT THE SHOW: Join Lee Filipek every Monday evening playing the best in Old School Hip Hop. The late 80s & early 90s is often referred to as The Golden Age of Hip Hop an era characterized by its diversity, quality, innovation and influence.
Born in Hertfordshire Lee has spent the majority of his career being involved within the media industry. With a background working for the BBC, ITV and now working alongside art departments on some of the biggest Film & TV Productions.
His first steps into radio go back to the early 90s DJaying for 4 years on a dance music station (Vision FM). After a 7 year stint studying and a long career in the Film props industry Lee has recently ventured back into radio presenting two weekly shows on other radio stations and now joining the team of SG1.
Get to know all things RnB, as I take you on a musical journey; rediscovering the classics to plotting what’s new and underground on your radar. Expect a crafted mix of Rnb, Soul, Afrobeats and others in-between. From Nina Simone to Burna Boy. This is a show that celebrates artistry, re-winds memories and provides the ultimate singing in the shower playlist. Each week I will bring a theme to our conversation: from a countdown of Alicia Keys’ or Usher’s greatest hits, to the hottest UK urban artists right now, or perhaps RnB tracks featuring a colour... Who knows what you’re going to get, so tune in and find out!
Renu Chopra is a 22-year-old digital content creator, working in live-events for BBC Radio 3/Orchestra and Choirs, based in the legendary Maida Vale Studios. Born in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, the first-class Birmingham City University graduate constantly finds herself surrounded by music. Whether it’s from being a day-one Destiny’s Child fanatic, performing in your local bar, creating music videos and documentaries for Birmingham’s upcoming artists, to completing a dissertation discovering the historiography of Grime and the complex gender hierarchies within the UK genre. Renu is always questioning and discovering the music scene. Artists featuring in her Spotify Top Songs 2019 playlist include: Snoh Aalegra, Maleek Berry, Nao, Mahalia, Khalid, Miguel and Ella Mai to name just a few.
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Your stories| Your music | Your lives
Wind down with mellow vibes and real lives as Shae explores your stories, dilemmas and the music that helped to get you through. The Late Sessions with Shae combines engaging interviews, listener call-ins, chats and dilemma-solving with meaningful tunes that’ll speak to any heart.
You can look forward to:<li>Weekly themes, polls and comments</li><li>'Late Night Hugs’ & shout outs</li><li>Interviews</li><li>Dilemmas</li><li>Call-ins</li><li>‘Well, Actually…’ (set the record straight)</li><li>Good music throughout</li>
Author and motivational speaker, Shae, loves engaging with people in ways that inspire them to view their experiences as valuable. She champions peoples’ right to truly feel what they feel - without judgement.
As someone who has her own extensive story of striving, surviving and thriving, she believes that knowing how to receive people’s experiences and empathise with what they’ve been through is an important part of progressing the narrative that every voice matters. Having a deep connection to music and seeing it as a way to accent important moments in her life, she uses the medium to inspire, empower and offer hope.
Born in Hertfordshire Terry Sullivan has always had a passion for music although he has worked as a chef, restaurant manager and sales rep for a drug company and now owner and editor of The Sticks Magazine –whats on in Herts, Beds & Bucks www.the-sticks.co.uk. Over the years he has interviewed some of the top stars from the world of show business and sport.
Terry was a mobile DJ in the early 80’s and has recently returned to presenting on various radio stations and live concerts Motown and soul music are his particular love and he has every single recorded by Motown records between 1959-1971.
Decosta Boyce Good music Electrick Soul at its timeless-sound of summery optimism and outrageous chops that throws winks at Parliament, Prince, D'angelo and Michael Jackson"and much much more.
Decosta Boyce, A Hertfordshire born singer/songwriter/Producer, is currently on tour with 70's legends Heatwave and has finished writing/producing his debut 11 track album 'Electrick Soul' due for release 18th August 2017
You may have heard his voice and remix of Bill Withers’ hit ‘Lovely Day’ on the Haven 2015/16 national TV advert. He has also backed Adele (Adele At The BBC), Beverly Knight (Let It Shine), Omar (Ronnie Scotts) and supported many big American artists such as Jazmin Sullivan, Alexander O’Neil, Leela James and Melanie Fiona.
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