I’ve been in Manchester (well… Salford actually) where the Community Media Association put on its annual conference at the BBC’s Quay House, at MediaCity UK. Continue reading
Last month I spent a day at the annual Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) in Fairford – not just to look at all the miltiary planes on display, but also to make a programme for Corinium Radio. Continue reading
I think 2019’s going to be an exciting time for radio. This month alone there will be some quite big changes on the UK’s airwaves. Continue reading
The UK’s biggest music radio network (that’s BBC Radio 2) is reforming itself at the moment.
It is official: Test transmissions for Britain’s new national DAB digital stations have started.
Two years ago today, Greece’s Conservative-led coalition government of Antonis Samaras closed down the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, ERT (ΕΡΤ) with less than 12 hours notice.
I spent yesterday evening in the company of radio presenters and producers from across the region – at the Heart West Country studios in Bristol City Center.
This is my first (and last) blog post in what has been a very busy month. I write just hours before leaving for my annual holiday to Greece.
If you have been following the news recently, you will know that Greece’s public service state broadcaster, ERT was forcefully shutdown by Antonis Samaras” government on Tuesday, with less than 12 hours notice.
Every Summer Tone Radio becomes Wychwood FM to cover the annual music festival at Cheltenham Racecourse. Continue reading