Volunteers from Bradley Stoke Radio will be entertaining shoppers in the Willow Brook Centre this Saturday (3rd September).
Since the launch of the station earlier this year, Bradley Stoke Radio has had a successful two week broadcast on FM (from 4th to 18th June) and, following a short break for recuperation, has continued to broadcast online via its website.
The station is currently broadcasting live for around 24 hours per week, between 6pm and 10pm on weekday evenings and at various hours on Saturdays and Sundays. Programmes can be heard via a player on the station’s website, with special internet pages provided for listening on iPhone/iPad, Android phones and tablets and Blackberry phones [details].
To promote the station’s online schedule and publicise free radio skills training courses starting in the second week of September, the team will be at the Willow Brook Centre from 10am to 4pm on Saturday with their outside broadcast.
There will be the chance to visit the studio (on the first floor of the Willow Brook Centre), make dedications and requests during the day or to just sit back and enjoy the music in one of the restaurants around the Town Square.
Bradley Stoke Radio training courses start from 10th September with sessions available on Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Each course will include: introduction to radio, editing and production skills, interview skills, presenting skills and masterclasses from experienced presenters and producers from the radio industry. The training is FREE to all members; membership costs just £5 per year (£2.50 for concessions).
For more information about Saturday’s event or the training courses contact email@example.com or call 01454 616055.
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