Thu 24th Oct 2019
Roots to Radio Career – Creative Café
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Want to get into a career in radio?
Learn how with Revoluton Arts’ ‘Roots to Radio Career’ Creative Café.
Get tips and advice from two experienced radio professionals.
Meet fellow radio lovers and share ideas.
Bring your ideas, enthusiasm and a desire to find like-minded radio creatives.
About Creative Cafés
Revoluton Arts’ Creative Cafés are friendly events where local creatives can get together, share ideas and make new connections. They are usually themed around a certain topic with expert guest speakers followed by a chance to socialise with like-minded creatives.
About your speakers
Terry is a member of the University of Bedfordshire's radio teaching team. He is also the member of staff responsible for the award-winning Radio LaB 97.1FM, the University’s community radio station.
In 2018, he launched a podcast series called 'Fantastic Noise'. The podcast is primarily aimed at students studying radio, and features the voices of radio professionals and experts.
Terry has been a Director of the Community Media Association, the national representative body for Community Media, since 2013.
Shemiza Rashid is an award-winning community radio presenter and producer with eight years in community radio. She presents the flagship show The Urban Kube on Inspire FM and can also be heard on Radio LaB presenting Luton Live. Shemiza is a regular voice on BBC Three Counties Radio as a contributor on the parenting show, the Sunday papers review, on the faith show and cover presenter on The Asian show.
University of Bedfordshire - Room G225
Open to all aged 18+
Tickets are free.
Only 20 places available.
Book now to guarantee your place.
- Thursday, October 24, 2019
University of Bedfordshire - Luton Campus
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