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Dicky Dodd talks to RadioToday's Stuart Clarkson about his switch from commercial to community radio in Wolverhampton after nearly 20 years on breakfast at 107.7 The Wolf/Signal 107. Dicky talks openly about the difficult period of uncertainty after the station was sold and being back on air each morning in his home city.Ann Charles from RadioTech Con tells us about plans for this year's virtual event, while Roy Martin joins Stuart to discuss the rest of this week's radio industry news.And in David Lloyd's #RadioMoments - there's a big birthday for Pete Murray, Chris Moyles returns to commercial radio, The Archers aims to spoil ITV's launch, and David has a RadioMoment of his own at the end of the podcast.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Peter Dickson talks to RadioToday's Stuart Clarkson about his new autobiography, Voice Over Man.Roy Martin & Stuart discuss the big radio stories of the week, while David Lloyd has more memories from the #RadioMoments archives.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Mike Carr, CEO of new podcast company Crowd Network, talks to RadioToday about the firm's ambitious plans to be the biggest podcast network in Europe and his decision to leave the BBC after 18 years.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin discuss the big radio stories of the week including the expansion of Greatest Hits Radio and the opening of applications for small scale DAB multiplexes around the UK.And David Lloyd has more memories from the #RadioMoments archives.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
The original presenter of the RadioToday Programme Trevor Dann announces his departure from hosting our monthly Roundtable episodes and chats to Stuart Clarkson & Roy Martin about how the radio industry has changed since he first starting making podcasts about radio.Stuart and Roy take a look at the radio industry news from this week, and David Lloyd has more #radiomoments from the archives.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Late night presenter Graham Torrington talks to RadioToday about his decision to retire from daily radio after a 37-year career.   Roy Martin and Stuart Clarkson look at the big stories from the industry recently, and David Lloyd has more RadioMoments from the archives.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
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.
This week we discuss the launch of the first newspaper-backed national radio station as Times Radio goes on the air. Times Radio Programme Director Tim Levell, who left BBC Radio 5 Live earlier this year, tells us how the first couple of days have gone and discusses the station’s plans.  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.
Dan McQuillin from Broadcast Bionics chats all things tech and how innovation has been helping radio stations during the coronavirus pandemic. Plus we ask what the future is for the radio studio. David Lloyd also has more RadioMoments from this week in radio history.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Radiocentre CEO Siobhan Kenny updates us on how commercial radio is doing, three months on from the start of the lockdown - and tell us about plans for a series of virtual events to help promote radio advertising to different sectors to aid with economic recovery. Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin have a look at the big industry stories of the week, plus David Lloyd has more RadioMoments from this week in radio history.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
This week as the Audio Content Fund publishes its first annual report looking at how it has spent the government’s money on public service content across commercial and community radio stations, Stuart Clarkson chats to the Chair of the Funding Panel Helen Boaden, and ACF Managing Director Sam Bailey. Helen also shares her views on the appointment this week of Tim Davie as the next BBC Director-General.  Plus David Lloyd has more RadioMoments from this week in radio history.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Trevor Dann hosts our Roundtable discussion for June 2020 and is joined by presenter Chris Mason (BBC), former UKRD CEO William Rogers (Eat Your Greens) and the music writer and audio critic David Hepworth. Plus David Lloyd takes another trip down memory lane with RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.Listening recommendation links:Audmhttp://www.audm.comCapitalism on Trial - BBC Soundshttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0156tvwNow! That’s What I Call A Chart Showhttps://planetradio.co.uk/greatest-hits/shows/now-thats-what-i-call-a-chart-show/Wind of Change https://crooked.com/podcast-series/wind-of-change/Eat Your Greens Podcast - Nick Butterhttps://eatyourgreensgroup.com/nick-butter-kevin-webber-on-the-conversation-that-changed-each-of-their-lives/Nick Jackson on Virgin Radiohttps://virginradio.co.uk/
Graham Bryce, Group Managing Director of the Hits Radio Network Brand, answers our questions about plans to integrate more than 50 acquired stations from UKRD, Celador, Lincs FM Group and Wireless into Bauer’s portfolio and the impact it will have on staff and output. Read more about the detail of the changes here: https://radiotoday.co.uk/2020/05/most-of-acquired-bauer-stations-to-become-greatest-hits-radio/ Plus - Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin have a quick look at the other big industry stories of the week, and David Lloyd takes another trip down memory lane with RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Ian Williams from the BBC Paye Freelancers Group talks to RadioToday about the issues facing hundreds of people working in radio who have lost all of their work because of the Coronavirus pandemic, but can’t access either of the government’s support schemes.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin have a look at the big industry stories of the week, and David Lloyd takes another trip down memory lane with RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Liverpool late night radio legend Pete Price talks to RadioToday about the upcoming closure of Radio City Talk after 12 years - and his four decades on the Radio City brand.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin have a look at the big industry stories of the week, and David Lloyd takes another trip down memory lane with RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Trevor Dann is joined by Matt Deegan (Fun Kids & Folder Media ), radio production and technology consultant Ann Charles (Radio TechCon) and Simon Crosse (Shooting Shark Productions) for the RadioToday Virtual Roundtable for May 2020.Plus David Lloyd’s RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.Listening recommendation links:The Coronavirus Newscasthttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05299nlWill Manning on Capital FMhttps://www.capitalfm.com/radio/shows-presenters/will-manning/The Socially Distant Sports Barhttp://distantpod.buzzsprout.com/Wilosophyhttps://www.tofop.com/wilosophy1 Hamish and Andy Podcasthttps://www.hamishandandy.com/podcast/The Rewatchableshttps://www.theringer.com/the-rewatchables
Twenty years on from her first show at One Golden Square, Leona Graham talks to RadioToday about her debut on Virgin Radio and her doing her current 52 hours a week across the Absolute Radio network from home during lockdown.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin look through the stories making industry headlines in the last week, and David Lloyd has more great audio from the archives in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Chris Stark talks to RadioToday about his experiences of broadcasting from home on both Radio 1 and 5 Live as well as about the return of the award-winning That Peter Crouch Podcast.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin look through the stories making industry headlines in the last week, and David Lloyd has more great audio from the archives in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Chris Burns, head of Audio and Digital for BBC England, tells us how BBC Local Radio is coping with and covering the coronavirus crisis.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin look through the stories making industry headlines in the last week, and David Lloyd has more great audio from the archives in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Trevor Dann is joined by guests Elly Oldroyd, Olly Mann and Graham Mack for our first Virtual Roundtable discussion, covering many aspects of the Coronavirus crisis’ impact on radio - plus what radio and podcasts they’ve been listening to while in lockdown! David Lloyd also has more from the archives this week in history in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.Listening recommendation links:Game Changers at Home with Craig Brucehttps://radiogamechangers.com/Podcast: The Ridehttps://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/podcast-the-ride/The Final Word Cricket Podcasthttps://finalwordcricket.com/Jonathon Brandmeierhttps://brandmeiershow.com/Good Morning Sunday on BBC Radio 2https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006wqvhEssential Classics on BBC Radio 3https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b014r87y
This week we look at what community radio is doing to serve its audiences during the coronavirus crisis - and what needs to be done to help the sector survive during difficult times financially. Julie Donaldson from Zetland FM in Redcar and Nathan Spackman from Bro Radio in Barry share their experiences of broadcasting from home too.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin talk through the big industry stories of the week.  Plus David Lloyd has more from the archives this week in history in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Siobhan Kenny from Radiocentre talks about the support from government and Ofcom for commercial radio during the Coronavirus pandemic, plus how radio’s responding during times of crisis.Sean Dunderdale tells us about his recent move from Lincs FM to BBC Radio Lincolnshire, where his arrival on the breakfast show has been met with a different kind of output to what he might have expected.And Liam Heffernan from the Hospital Broadcasting Association lets us know how hospital radio stations are coping during the virus outbreak. Plus David Lloyd has more from the archives this week in history in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Duncan Barkes tells us about a new DAB station, Health Information Radio, launched to provide facts about the coronavirus pandemic.Mark Hills from Cleanfeed and Kevin Leach from InQuality/ipDTL help us to understand the tech solutions available for broadcasters working from home.Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin look at the big stories in the industry and there’s a chance to hear some of our interview with Pete Mitchell from 2011, following his death this week. Plus David Lloyd has more from the archives this week in history in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
Stuart Clarkson chats to guests on the red carpet and some of the winners from the 2020 Radio and Audio Industry Awards (ARIAs).You will hear from: Julia Hartley-Brewer (talkRADIO), Stephanie Hirst (BBC Radio Leeds), Tom Green (KISS), Paul Anthony (Planet Rock), Matthew Wright (talkRADIO), Nigel Williams (Jazz FM), Scott Mills (Radio 1 & 5 Live) and Jeremy Vine (Radio 2) ahead of the awards.Then there’s Myles Bonnar (BBC Scotland); Liza Ward, Hugh Costello & David Prest (Whistledown); Lee Clayton, Laurie Palacio & Hugh Woozencroft (talkSPORT); Lee Stone (BBC WM); Becky Ripley & James Cook (BBC Radio 4); Paul Sylvester (Absolute Radio); John Scott Dryden (Passenger List); Elis James & John Robins (5 Live); Phil Maguire (Prison Radio Association); Jamie Crick (Jazz FM); Jess Gillam (BBC Radio 3); Mistajam (1Xtra & Radio 1); Jim White & Gary Bloom (talkSPORT); Steffan Garrero (BBC Radio Wales); John Milne (Tay FM); Kat Harbourne (BBC Radio Sheffield); Emma Barnett (5 Live); Lewis Carnie, Sara Cox & Rylan Clark-Neal (Radio 2); and Iain Lee & Katherine Boyle (talkRADIO). Plus David Lloyd has more from the archives this week in history in RadioMoments.Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.
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Podcast Status
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Started
May 26th, 2011
Latest Episode
Sep 23rd, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
384
Avg. Episode Length
34 minutes
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