Sheffield Live’s ‘What’s On’ television programme – weekdays at 6:05pm – is your guide to the huge range of events and activities taking place in Sheffield throughout the week.
Featuring interviews and previews of upcoming gigs, sporting events, shows, culture, and all sorts of activities, if you want to stay informed about interesting events in Sheffield you need to watch What’s On. Catch the show live at 6:05pm every weekday: Freeview Channel 8, Virgin Cable 159 and www.sheffieldlive.org/tv or catch up with recent episodes below (and other recent episodes here).
What’s On – Friday 29th May episode:
Presenter Alex Ashmore guides us through the weekend's listings, talks to Ryan Finnigan from Five & Dime Picture Show about their screening series and visits the Lantern Theatre to speak to the cast of the recent production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
What’s On presenter Kurt Sullivan visits Crack The Code Sheffield, a challenging new escape game:
What’s On – Wednesday 27th May episode:
Presenter Jordan Roberts is joined by Pecha Kucha Sheffield’s Pennie Raven to talk about their unique events, and we take a look at the recent Sheffield Young Artists exhibition.
What’s On – Tuesday 26th May episode:
Presenter Oliver Dartnell Machin is joined in the studio by former boxer Dave Perkins, who traded life in the ring for a career as a professional singer, and we take a look at Afrofest, an event created to celebrate African culture in Sheffield.
What’s On – Monday 25th May episode:
Presenter Laura Bilinski takes a look at the recent Ratha Yatra Festival and we look at Sheffield’s Movie-Park Drive In Cinema.
What’s On – Friday 22nd May episode:
Alex Ashmore chats to young alternative rock band INTO THE RED, and we take a look at the recent DO IT ANYWAY Festival.
What’s On – Wednesday 20th May episode:
Presenter Jordan Roberts talks to Chella Quint about the Period Positive Project, and we take a look at the recent One Sheffield Many Cultures Festival.
What’s On – Tuesday 19th May episode:
Presenter Oliver Dartnell-Machin talks to Abigail Barragry about the upcoming Broomhill festival, and we take a look at the Weston Park Fayre which took place this Saturday.
What’s On – Monday 18th May episode:
Presenter Laura Bilinski talks to Liam Rodgers about UpScribe, a social publisher that works to help vulnerable adults and young people to engage in the community and boost their personal development through creative writing. Laura also went down to Wardsend Cemetery to find out about the work of the Livesey Street Project.
What’s On – Friday 15th May episode:
Presenter Alex Ashmore talks to Helen Mort about the upcoming South Yorkshire Poetry Festival, and we take a look at what Media Production students get up to at Norton College.
What’s On – Thursday 14th May episode:
Presenter Kurt Sullivan talks to Robert Webb about his Eurovision alternative, Not the Eurovision. Kurt also went down to Kelham Island Museum and spoke to chief executive John Hamshere about the museum’s importance and Sheffield’s industrial past.
What’s On – Wednesday 13th May episode:
Presenter Jordan Roberts talks to Sara Hill about the Festival of Debate which recently finished, and What’s On went down to talk to Mark Atkin about this years upcoming Docfest.
What’s On – Tuesday 12th May episode:
Presenter Oliver Dartnell Machin talks to David Reid about the upcoming Hopes and Fears art exhibition, the exhibition features artwork created by people with dementia, or carers. Oliver also went down to Wincobank Chapel to talk to Sing for Joy, an all female choir that sing for the fun of it!
What’s On – Monday 11th May episode:
Presenter Laura Bilinski talks to Steve Rimmer about the not-for-profit ticket sales organisation ‘Party for the People’, and What’s On goes cheer leading mad at Cheermania, Sheffield’s very own amazing cheer leading squad.