Community radio: developing a producer presenter relationship
Community radio is a good place to learn and hone the skills of creating shows and packages, and - importantly - to develop working relationships. Bang Radio's DJ Slick and producer Andre Ince-McDowell give their tips.
Desert Island Discs: in conversation with Kirsty Young
From 1942 to the present day – Desert Island Discs is one of BBC Radio’s longest-running programmes. Jane Garvey talks to presenter Kirsty Young on what makes the programme such a gem.
Iain Lee: how to do radio
How do you make award-winning breakfast radio? In this podcast the team behind The Iain Lee Show explain how they put the show together and when they let it fall apart.
How to become a radio presenter
What do you need to do to become a radio presenter? Luck, hard work or both? Get tips and advice from Greg James, Yasmin Evans, Marvin Humes and Sam Hall.
Nihal – dealing with controversy on air
Unafraid to break taboos and air provocative views from listeners. Asian Network DJ Nihal on working on his daily phone-in show.
Getting the best interview - five top tips
Want your radio interview to go down as one of the greats? Follow these top tips for creating memorable radio.
How to get the best out of your presenter – five top tips
Working with a presenter? Want to get the most out of them and boost your radio show? We give you some handy tips.
How to be a radio sports broadcaster
What makes a good sports broadcaster? talkSPORT's Andrew McKenna describes how he got into the industry, and what it takes to succeed.