Image: Copyright © Dave Hunt / CC BY-NC-ND Having first joined BBC Radio 2 in 1976, Sarah Kennedy was the last voice heard before the final closedown, before the station switched to 24-hour broadcasting in 1979. After spending a few… Continue reading
You have probably heard about BBC plans to close the Asian Network and 6 Music, and rename BBC Radio 7 to BBC Radio 4 Extra.
About 6 months ago, Ben Bradshaw (MP for Exeter, and Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport) announced that the government intends to upgrade all national radio stations from analogue to digital by 2015.
Whilst browing the latest radio industry news this morning I was surprised to find out the both Gordon Brown and David Cameron have been supporting a new temporary radio station in Warrington.
The main talking point relating to radio in the last 24/48 hours has been the latest announcement by the UK government about the move from AM/FM to DAB. Yesterday, our Culture Secretary (Ben Bradshaw) announced plans for all national stations… Continue reading
I have just read via RadioToday.co.uk that the UK’s media regulator, OfCom is to review the broadcasting code. The broadcasting code is a set of rules outlining what all TV and radio stations can or can’t broadcast. This is the… Continue reading
Well… Red Nose Day is over with quite a few £millions raised over night. Time to get back to some sort of normality. Today’s blog post is something I’m really looking forward to. Its BBC Radio 2’s new weekend schedule!
I have just been reading some of the radio industry news on radiotoday.co.uk, and have found it interesting that from March 30th, BBC Southern Counties Radio will be split in to two: creating BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey.