Founder and Editor, RadioToday
The tables are turned on regular host Stuart Clarkson as Quentin Howard takes over the RadioToday Programme this week to chat to Stuart about his new project - an online local radio station for the area where they both grew up.Stuart explains the thinking behind starting Rombalds Radio along with business partner Nick Babb and answers Quentin's questions about everything from music programming and playout systems to websites, apps and jingles!FYI this really was all Quentin's idea, and Stuart reluctantly agreed to chat about himself. We'll be back to normal next week hopefully!
Neil Fox talks to RadioToday’s Stuart Clarkson about his broadcasting return with digital station United DJs - and reflects on the current state of the UK radio industry.Former BBC Radio Wales editor Steve Austins also joins us with memories of two Welsh radio legends who died this week - Chris Needs and Tommo. Plus David Lloyd has more RadioMoments from the archives.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Lyndsay Ferrigan from RAJAR talks to RadioToday about how radio listening data has been impacted by the pandemic, and its plans for bringing in a new system to survey audiences.Martin Steers from NLive and the UK Community Radio Network joins us to react to news that Northampton will have 4 community radio stations following a decision by Ofcom.  Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin look through the other big stories of the week in our industry, and David Lloyd has more RadioMoments from the archives.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
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