RAJAR's MIDAS research reveals this - and how popular music services are getting during the workday.
This is a recording for the test transmissions of inRadio, and shared as an example of a raw Røde Podcaster microphone. Just so you know: I'm in a square, untreated room with a shiny wooden...
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.
In case you're wondering, I recorded this in November. The jaunty tune happens as you come to an interchange station, letting you know when to get off. I must have recorded this about 20 times to try and get a clear recording, and failed...!
That's "absolutely closed to visitors", apparently, until mid January. They close it every December/January because it's too busy. Not a big fan of lots of dead fish, it has to be said, so not too upset.
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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Greetings to you. I've been playing a little excerpt of this boo in a few radio conferences as an example of great 'radio' content - you might like to know that your voice has been heard by radio executives in London, students in Leeds, and over 200 people working for local and national radio in...