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I am a radio futurologist, and look at how new technology is changing the face of radio. Audioboo's probably part of that.
After all the furore, we had six seconds of Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead in the Radio 1 chart show. Here's how it sounded.
The first radio station in the world to play 'Ding Dong, the witch is dead' as an acknowledgment of Margaret Thatcher's death - apparently this nice man from Adelaide's Three D Radio, on Monday at 11.58pm UK time. Never a dull moment with Australian radio.
Inspired by http://thoughtsfromthekelvin.wordpress.com/2013/03/30/theres-only-two-michael-grays/ here is the interview with Michael Gray. But not that Michael Gray.
Featuring Elliott Webb, Geoff Hemming, Alex Roland, and... me!
Radio, news, Africa, production, advertising, imaging, promotions - that general area.
Original architect, dreamer & pilot of Audioboo, now creating Adio.fm. Dad of 4, wants a vegetable garden. Organic, of course...
I'm made of radio, music, comedy, coffee and hugs. I present 'The Weekendery' on MintFM on a Thursday evening and occasionally can be found spouting nonsense on the British Tech network. Often a bit too warm.
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