BBC Introducing in Wiltshire: Send in your new music

Will Walder and Marie Lennon The BBC Introducing in Wiltshire team is always scouting for new music

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BBC Wiltshire Introducing presented by Will Walder and Marie Lennon is dedicated to finding the most exciting unsigned talent across the county.

The programme gives local musicians the chance to find their way on to bigger stages.

With links to both BBC Radio 1 and 6 Music, BBC Wiltshire Introducing doesn't only play the best new music but puts it forward to people like Huw Stephens and Tom Robinson.

Listen to Will Walder and Marie Lennon every Thursday on BBC Wiltshire so that you can say you were there when you first heard The Alfonz, Beatbullyz, Citystereo or The Volt.

Listen to the show:

You can listen to BBC Introducing in Wiltshire every Thursday from 7.05pm on BBC Wiltshire on 103.5FM, 104.3FM and DAB.

Listen online at bbc.co.uk/wiltshire and for seven days after broadcast on the BBC iPlayer.

Send your work to:

BBC Introducing in Wiltshire, BBC Radio Wiltshire, Broadcasting House, 56-58 Prospect Place, Swindon, SN1 3RW.

E-mail BBC Introducing in Wiltshire your photos and biography.

To send mp3s, use the BBC Introducing Uploader.

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