shows // The All Day Cheeky Breakfast
Student Radio as it should be - exciting, vibrant and almost completely improvised... With an exciting blend of tunes, chat, special guests, regular and irregular features, including all you could need to know about what's on in Glasgow, "The All Day Cheeky Breakfast" is the perfect hangover/study mind mush cure no matter what the time of day. Presented by theatre studies students Callum Smith, Michael Egan and Kevin Carr, they promise a zero tollerance policy on bad chat, and a policy of "anything goes"... No pretention, no rules and nae idea what's coming next...
3rd degree burns: christopher's awakening
After another wee stint out of the studio the boys are back in the studio to present you with more Cheek straight from the studios of Subcity Radio, where else?
Callum is out of the studio, and has been for the past few weeks, but do not fret, as the Kev and Miks are joined by the one and only Captain Sensible, Chris.
Throughout the show we are introduced and get to know the man taking Callum's place for this week, and once we feel comfortable with him we dive right into some classic and new cheek. Defend the indefensible, Pitch it, Teen Talk, the favourites all the there. As well as the addition of their new section: BULLSHIT.
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Over and out, Bacon Fries.
Posted at 21:53, 26th May 2012
bears bears bears bears bears bears bears bears
Jump onto the safari Jeep of the park rangers of cheek as we take you on an aural journey on the search of, you guessed it, BEARS.
The boys treat your meat to all the usual servings of cheek in the form of teen talk, another very special defend the indefensible, and what is very quickly becoming an increasingly notorious Pitch It. The dark passages of the internet are also scoured and brought to the forefront for you in the form of video footage of who seems to be Prof. Green's biggest fan.
Of course, there's a very special overriding theme to this particular show, although we'll let you figure out for yourself what exactly that is, Sherlocks.
Also gracing the waves are the fonkay rhythms of George Clinton, The Rolling Stones, the B52s, and much more besides.
You don't want to avoid this piping hot meal fit for all the family (excluding those of a sensitive nature).
Over and out, Bear Fries.
Posted at 20:04, 11th April 2012
the show so nice, they intro'd it twice.
Concentrated like cheap orange juice, focussed like an errant schoolboy's laser-pointer he bought whilst on holiday in Benalmadena, jam packed like size 14 shorts on a size 18 husky lady - The All Day Cheeky Breakfast this week is a smaller portioned, but even tastier treat than ever.
Join us as we defend the indefensible, solve the world's ills, discuss the problems of today's youth. The lads also sing a beautiful song about panda pregnancy - there's even some other (non karaoke) songs to string the cheek along.
It's fully charged and jam packed, another edition not to be missed.
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Posted at 23:41, 30th March 2012
bears, sweat and tears (deluxe)
After another unfortunate spell from the airwaves, the lads are finally back to present you with an hour and a half of more cheek than you could give to the elderly.
The boys discuss recent news affairs, play in what looks to be one of the best Defend the Indefensible's and one of the best Pitch It's yet.
On top of the usual fonkay tunes, Callum also helps another young teenager with his gland-issues.
As if this wasn't enough, the Cheeky Breakfast's debut multi-disciplinary performance event "The Pitch: Apocalypse" is also talked about in so much detail you'll wish you'd have been able to get a ticket!
Tune in and butter up your earholes for this instalment of unadulterated cheek.
And remember, you can put a bear anywhere.
Posted at 20:09, 29th February 2012
a new year, and cheek beckons...
It's a new year, and we're back on the air with 2 hours of cheek, chat and tunes! It's a no-holds-barred edition, with all of your favourites. We defend some indefensible statements, take a look at some teenage angst, Michael and Kevin pitch me a new documentary and much more.
Up for discussion this week - the internet censorship blackout, oscars for your favourite animal actors, a new yacht for her Maj and some other nonsense...
On the music front, we're treating you to you're bi-weekly dose of greats such as Hall and Oates, The Waterboys, Jermaine stewart, Ian Dury, Prince and of course - monsieur Bowie.
It's cheeky, and you don't want to miss it!
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Posted at 11:25, 19th January 2012