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Two new radio pieces about Margo MacDonald’s assisted suicide bill

Campaigners from across Europe gathered at the Royal Society of Edinburgh last Friday to mark European Right to Die Day, and to launch Margo MacDon...

Making Contact: Co-ops on the Rise

Earlier this year I spent a month in the north of Spain visiting eco-villages in the mountains, and also making a radio piece about the world’...

Five festivals not to miss this autumn in Sheffield

I love the summer in Sheffield but apart from during big events like Tramlines, the city can seem quiet during July and August. Then the holidays c...

Radio Interview – WCRA Chairman vs. Ray Morgan, CEO, Woking

Radio Interview - WCRA Chairman vs. Ray Morgan, CEO Woking Borough Council on the Nick Wallis Show, BBC Surrey.

BBC Surrey Breakfast Show – Coverage of Public Inquiry

The BBC Surrey radio breakfast show on the 28th June 2012 included coverage of the public inquiry into the Common Land swap (Com 299) held on the 2...

Middleton Life project interviewed by Cockburn pupils

Members of the Middleton Life local history project have visited Cockburn School in Beeston to be interviewed by pupils about their memories of Mid...

New blog dedicated to radio documentary

I’ve just started a new blog dedicated to the art of radio documentary – The Radio Doc Blog. This new blog is intended to be a notebook...

The Taxcast – new monthly podcast about tax evasion

Recently I was contacted by a fellow radio freelancer based in London, Naomi Fowler, about her new project. It’s called The Taxcast, and it&#...

UK Occupy camps gather in Edinburgh – FSRN

My latest radio piece was for Free Speech Radio News, an independent news cast that goes out to community radio stations across America. Last weeke...

Digital saturation – does it help or hinder creativity?

We live in a world super-saturated with stimuli. The internet, wifi, smartphones, free sheet papers, advertising, radio, tv…particularly thos...

Shropshire Council backs Radio Shropshire as a “vital community service”

The future of BBC Radio Shropshire was the focus of Shropshire Council’s special Cabinet meeting yesterday.

Riverside Centre: Arbitration Vs Mediation

The council say Arbitration is the only route - Riverside say Mediation. Yes, we didn't know the difference between them either, but it's all expla...

Isle of Wight Radio: Huge Drop In Q2 Listening Hours

The number of hours IW Radio were listened to in the second quarter of the year drop by nearly 100,000 hours

“Free To Be” exhibit to open next week in Mile End

An exhibition showcasing the work of young Muslim women in Britain starts in Mile End Park next week. “Free To Be” is based on media workshops ...

Bradley Stoke Radio to broadcast on FM in lead up to Christmas

Bradley Stoke Radio is feeling festive right now with the news that Ofcom has granted the station an FM broadcast licence for a two week period in ...

When VB Met The Archers (podcast)

We chat with Brian and Shula from The Archers at the Priory Bay Hotel

Blues & Jazz Day On Angel Radio 91.5fm

Its Tuesday and its Blues & Jazz Day on the Isle of Wight with Ian Mitchell, on Angel Radio 91.5fm Related News:Angel Radio Isle of WightAngel...

Isle of Wight ‘Any Questions?’: What Did You Think?

What did you think of the Isle of Wight recording of Any Questions?

Any Questions: A Satirical Jest

Many thanks to Einstein's Ghost for his latest spoof submission, playing on the ignorance of those Mainland-jockeys who think the Isle of Wight is ...

Any Questions Comes To The Island Tomorrow

Jonathan Dimbleby and panelists will be coming to the Island tomorrow to record this week's Any Questions for BBCR4. Are you going?

OneWight Campaign: A Success?

ABC questions if it's right for Isle of Wight County Press and IW Radio to be claiming the OneWight campaign as a success

Recording for Forest documentary complete

I’ve now completed recording material for a documentary about the last ten days of the Forest Café, and the campaign to buy the building. It&...

Community radio station to entertain Willow Brook shoppers

Volunteers from Bradley Stoke Radio will be entertaining shoppers in the Willow Brook Centre this Saturday (3rd September). Since the launch of the...

Meet The Archers at Priory Bay

Coming up in October: Enjoy Saturday night dining in the company of Charles Collingwood and real-life wife Judy Bennett (Brian Aldridge and Shula A...

Keith Richards Helps Save Angel Radio

World-famous Rolling Stone, Keith Richards, mysteriously donates £3,000 to an Angel Radio appeal. Nice one Keith!

Rolling Stone Helps Angel Radio Get Back On Air

Angel Radio Isle of Wight, the Island’s first community radio station, is back on air full time thanks to wonderfully generous listeners and Roll...

‘Any Questions’ Comes To The Island

Your chance to ask topical questions to a panel on BBC Radio4's Any Questions programme. Reserve your tickets now.

Wireless Boys Walk the Wight

Today, broadcasting buddies the Weekend Wireless Boys will set off on their annual charity walking challenge around the Isle Of Wight. Island-born ...

Lecturer killed in flat left £1.3m in will

By Kevin Duguid A RETIRED lecturer who was killed in his upmarket Edinburgh flat has left almost £1.3m in his will. Roger Gray was found dead in t...

Beacon Blog with James Carpenter – Park Live Telford and Live Music

James Carpeter, from Shropshire's local radio station Beacon brings us up to date with all the latest news in his Beacon Blog.

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