RADIO FESTIVAL RADIO (in association with AudioBoo)
This year, Festival Radio will be working to create regular Boos and daily review shows, through RadioTalk, that capture the atmosphere of the Festival - finding out about the latest technology, catching up with the big names after their sessions and mingling with the delegates to find out their thoughts on the day's events.
We’ve again recruited a team of budding presenters and producers and, under the expert guidance of Heather Davies and assisted by Sarah Grun and Robin Murphy, we’ll be bringing you the info on all aspects of this year's Radio Festival.
I love London, I love living my life to the full and I record what I can. I'm a Journalist and I'm fascinated by stories from the normal small person. So interesting sweating the small stuff. Have courage in what you do and you are sure to succeed. h
I listen to 100's of boos and I always remembered this as perhaps the most perfect example of using location, image and audio - your simple, personal story is beautiful. The image is actually a beautifully evocative, rich part of the story. The absence of grass, dead, mirrors your feelings on...
Children and adults alike can now have their voices heard. Post your recordings directly to this channel from the audioboo app or via the record button above.
Share what you think of one of our visiting authors, events, or how you're doing on the reading and writing relay. We want to hear all about it.
For more information about the festival visit <http://www.mcbf.org.uk> or keep up to date with what has been going on via our blog <http://www.m-cbf.blogspot.com>
Radio 4's morning current affairs programme, broadcast weekdays 6-9, Saturdays 7-9. The comments and views recorded by fans do not represent the views of the BBC.
Just use the record button below to send us your views. All content will be moderated first.
Capture a special conversation and share it with us to create an audio record of British life today and preserve the stories of our lives.