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.
Daily Boos featuring the biggest names, backstage gossip and breaking news from the world of music.
Boos are brought to you by the Music News team at BBC Radio 6 Music - Matt Everitt, Adrian Larkin and Elizabeth Alker.
The People’s Songs was a weekly series that was broadcast throughout 2013 on BBC Radio 2.
Across 50 episodes, Stuart Maconie presented the epic story of how modern Britain was fashioned and shaped, as told by the music, stories and memories of this nation’s people.
From “We'll Meet Again” to “Ghost Town”, from “Rehab” to “God Save The Queen”, we told the story of modern Britain via the records that sound-tracked the times - a period of conflict, social change, parties, prosperity, plenty, poverty, peace and war.
On this channel we asked you to contribute to the series, by sending us your Boos, memories, photos, comments, and song suggestions that helped to shape each programme.
Have a listen to our preview clips and contributions from other listeners and visit bbc.co.uk/peoplesongs to find out more.
a pioneer podcaster. Began the Ed's Mixed Bag music & variety show back on Oct. 6, 2005. Father of 4 wonderful children, 3 daughters and 1 son. Grandfather of 5 (so far?)! Now, after 26yrs employed with School District, finally retired!! Yay!!
Contribute your audio musings to the show by posting your AudioBoo’s to this channel directly from the app or via the record button below. Share in other listeners’ boos and, if you are funny enough, you might even end up on air! Give it a try now and send your audio clips to Iain and the team.