The UK’s biggest music radio network (that’s BBC Radio 2) is reforming itself at the moment.
What terrible news we all woke up to this morning. The BBC Radio 2 broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has died at the age of 77 following a short illness.
I went to London yesterday, to see the first day of the annual C2C Country to Country music festival at the O2 Arena.
I’ve rather neglected my blog for almost a month. Bad form! I’ve been extremely busy elsewhere though.
I’m in to the second week of my 4-week stint at BBC Radio 2. I am now slowly getting used to the daily commute in to Western House.
Anyone wanting to get work in the media will have heard this line hundreds of times before: Perseverance pays. Don’t give up. Etc. etc.
Friday was the final day of the University of Gloucestershire’s first Media School Festival and the day of the Radio Production students’ visit to London for tours Broadcasting House, Radio 2 and 6 Music.
It seems that something my be up at BBC Radio 2. In the space of 2 days, 2 presenter changes have been announced at a time of year they wouldn’t normally mess with the schedules (they usually do it in… Continue reading
Its not often that I’m away from home on a Saturday night, but this weekend I spent an extra night at my house in Cheltenham in order to go to the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
I’ve been broadcasting at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival over the last couple of days for Jazztown 87,7 FM which I’ve really enjoyed. Its made me a ‘specialist music’ broadcaster for the first time, even more so today because I was… Continue reading