Category Archives: Radio

Latest Radio/Audio Jobs

Here is my selection of the latest vacancies across radio in the UK and abroad. Let me know if you would like to apply as I can help improve your CV and application. Check the mentoring section here for some … Continue reading

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Confessions of a broadcaster: Live or not so live?

Radio commentator Paul Donovan wrote in the Sunday Times this week about a recent incident on Classic FM, when Bill Turnbull made a ‘mistake’ about a piece of music – twice – seemingly indicating that his lunchtime show was pre-recorded. … Continue reading

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The Pronunciation nightmare – best and worst examples

Working in radio news means you become fixated with pronunciation. Words that seem so simple become overly complicated as you realise we say them in different ways. Is harassment – her-rass-ment or haris-ment for example? Then there’s controversy or CON-TROV-ERR-SEE. … Continue reading

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Respecting the freelancers

I have worked freelance in media since 2001 – and have been lucky enough during that time to always find work and discover fresh and exciting challenges. Having worked across TV and Radio, I have gained huge respect from colleagues … Continue reading

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Latest job list – June 25th

Here are some of the latest media jobs posted on our Twitter feed in the last week. If you are keen on any of them then let us know and we could help you land that dream job! Overnight News … Continue reading

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Bowie Jane Interview

2013 sees two very different Bowie’s looking to make headlines in the world of music. We have already heard about veteran David’s shock return to the music world. But another Bowie might not be on your radar just yet. Bowie … Continue reading

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BBC should axe Radio 1 and 2

Commercial radio’s recent shrinking of station identities and staff has come with a branding exercise criticised by traditionalists. And rightly so. The loss of previously great names like Fox and 2 Ten is a sad and worrying example of where … Continue reading

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