In this episode we reflect on the 25th birthday of the University Of Bedfordshire's community radio station, Radio LaB 97.1FM.
In May 2022 we were celebrating. Our beloved radio station, Radio LaB, marked 25 years since it’s first incarnation
In this episode we take a closer look at the making of 'On Track In Greensand Country', an 'audio journey' created by Terry & Dr Lawrie Hallett in April 2021 for the Greensand Country Festival 2021 & shortlisted in the Community Radio Awards 20
In this episode the fantastically talented Emma Saunders speaks with us about broadcasting on BBC 5 Live as part of their sports team. If you ever wanted to learn more about how they go around the grounds so fast on a Saturday afternoon, this i
Voxpops. The voice of the people. The person on the street interview. It’s about getting the opinions of ordinary people on the street on a given issue – to present a sample of public opinion at any given time or place. It’s also something we t
Terry loves Crystal Palace FC. Obviously not everybody does. FYP is a podcast made by and for Crystal Palace fans. Sports fan-run podcasts are increasingly popular, every major sports team will have at least one in their honour. The specific an
Terry has never been a specialist music presenter. But he has worked with some talented DJs over the years and has seen how specialist genre music programmes can bring unique audiences to a radio station. Former University of Bedfordshire stude
What is magazine programming? We often signpost students towards Jeremy Vine on Radio 2. Patrick Thomas is part of the production team and kindly spoke with Terry to give some insight into how the programme is made.
Fantastic Noise is a podcast
Some new episodes of Fantastic Noise will be landing in a podcast app near you(r smartphone) from Tuesday 21st September. Released weekly on Tuesdays, we'll be starting with a conversation with producer Patrick Thomas on how they make Jeremy Vi
In the final episode of our 'Coping through COVID' run, and indeed this series of Fantastic Noise, Terry speaks with Deputy Managing Editor of Radio X, Neil Fearn, to find out more about how one of the biggest commercial radio brands in the UK
In this episode of our 'Coping through COVID' run, Terry speaks with Pippa Sawyer, who at the time of recording was the Managing Director of Wycombe Sound, to explore how the Community Radio movement in the UK has adapted during the COVID-19 pa
In the first of our 'Coping through COVID' run of episodes, Terry speaks with award-winning podcast producer Hana Walker-Brown from Broccoli Content to find out more about how the podcasting movement in the UK has adapted during the COVID-19 pa
Working with journalism students, Terry has learnt that there is no substitute for the experience of seeing a huge professional newsroom setting with 100+ people working inside, making the news happen.
At Sky News, in their Osterley complex, t
Local Radio Day is taking place on Monday 12th October. Terry speaks with Dom Chambers from the Local Radio Alliance to find out more about the day, and the future of local radio.
Fantastic Noise is a podcast about audio production. Recorded a
Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Clearly these organisations are not radio stations or podcasts. But yet they have become crucial to promoting audio brands. Social Media jobs are very important ones in radio now. Steve Ferdinando spoke with us abo
In this episode of the podcast we are focusing on True Crime and longer-form podcast storytelling. Terry speaks with Dan Maudsley - from BBC Radio 5 Live. Dan produced the award-winning true-crime podcast series Paradise. He has also recently p
Fantastic Noise is back. In this episode of the podcast we're talking about how popular YouTube content creators are turning to podcasting. Terry speaks with Maddie Moate. Over lockdown Maddie and her fiancé Greg Foot produced 'Let's Go Live' -
Some new episodes of Fantastic Noise will be landing in a podcast app near you(r smartphone) from Tuesday 15th September. Released weekly on Tuesdays, we'll be starting with a conversation with Maddie Moate, about her new podcast project Maddie
This is a special 'live' episode of the podcast, recorded with an audience as part of the University of Bedfordshire's #BedsTalks series before the Coronavirus pandemic closed the University teaching spaces.
Terry speaks with:
- Jeremy Ho
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Kids deserve good radio and audio too. And, thanks to digital radio and podcasts, there are plenty of options for them now. Audio for children and families is the theme of this episode, and our guests are largely inspired by Terry's 6 year old
Good journalism requires the ability to tell a story that captures the attention of its audience. And there are lots of great examples of good radio and audio storytelling out there now, using journalistic techniques and with qualified journali
Radio and audio comedy is tough to make. When Terry was on the radio, he would refer to himself as the joke killer - comic line delivery was never his strength... So how do you make good radio comedy? In this episode we're talking with Head of
Sound design - using audio to bring your radio programme, package or production to life. But how do you do good sound designing? In this episode of the podcast we're talking with podcast producer and sound designer Sarah Myles. Sarah has loads
It's time for Breakfast. In this episode of the podcast we're talking about what goes into the making of a local breakfast radio programme. Terry is joined by Broadcast Journalism student Serene Muhammed, and speaks with Andy Collins, Ben Nye a
Five new episodes of Fantastic Noise will be landing in a podcast app near you(r smartphone) from Tuesday 24th September. Released weekly on Tuesdays, we'll be starting with a look at local breakfast radio, with the BBC 3CR team. In later episo