The following BBC Radio stations are those that are currently participating in the Listening Project.
BBC Radio 4
Edited three-minute versions of conversations are broadcast on Radio 4 on Fridays. An omnibus edition airs on Sunday at 1445. All broadcast conversations are available online along with a free download of the weekly compendium programme.
BBC national radio stations and BBC Local Radio stations are creating their own rich and varied Listening Project programming. Information on when you can hear conversations from the Listening Project is detailed below for each of the local & national radio stations participating.
Get in touch
If you would like to get in touch with any of the radio stations that are participating in the Listening Project you can contact them via the email addresses below.
Please include who you are, who you'd like to have a conversation with and what it is that you'd like to talk about. Please note that due to the high volume of emails received, Listening Project teams are unable to respond personally to all enquiries.
A producer will be in contact with you should they wish to ask you further questions about the conversation you would like to have or if they would like to take this further.
You can contact the Listening Project team on the general email - email@example.com.
BBC Radio Scotland
Contact BBC Radio Scotland on firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC Radio Ulster
BBC Radio Ulster will feature conversations from The Listening Project in 2013.
Contact BBC Radio Ulster on email@example.com
BBC Radio Wales
BBC Radio Wales broadcasts The Listening Project on Sunday mornings on Roy Noble’s programme (1030-1200), on Louise Elliott's show on Thursdays (1300-1600) and on The Best of Radio Wales, Sundays (1500-1700).
Contact BBC Radio Wales on firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC Radio Cumbria
Listening Project conversations are broadcast on BBC Radio Cumbria across the week, starting during Monday's breakfast show.
Contact BBC Radio Cumbria on email@example.com
BBC Radio Devon
The Listening Project appears on BBC Radio Devon on the following shows:
Mondays in the Judi Spiers Show (at 10.50am) | Wednesdays with David Fitzgerald (at 6.50pm) | Fridays with Bill Buckley (at 1.50pm)| Saturdays in Good Morning Devon with Michael Chequer (6.30-10am) | Sundays with Pippa Quelch (9am-12).
BBC London will feature conversations from the Listening Project in 2014.
BBC WM will feature conversations from the Listening Project in 2014.
The Listening Project Alumni
The stations below participated in the Listening Project during the first seasons.
BBC Radio Leicester
The Listening Project appears on BBC Radio Leicester on the following weekday shows:
Contact BBC Radio Leicester on firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC Radio Norfolk
The Listening Project appears on BBC Radio Norfolk on the following shows:
Contact BBC Radio Norfolk on email@example.com
BBC Radio Suffolk
Contact BBC Radio Suffolk on firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC Tees will feature conversations from the Listening Project across the week starting on Monday 8th April 2013.
Contact BBC Radio Tees on email@example.com
BBC Radio Berkshire
BBC Radio Berkshire airs conversations from The Listening Project on Fridays at 0750, 0920, 1245 and 1550.
Contact BBC Radio Berkshire on firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC Radio Kent
Listening Project conversations are broadcast on BBC Radio Kent throughout the week.
Contact BBC Radio Kent on email@example.com
BBC Radio Leeds
Listening Project Conversations are broadcast on Mondays on Liz Green Live at Breakfast from 6.30am and on Drivetime with Andrew Edwards from 4pm. They are repeated on Saturday Breakfast with Johnny I’Anson from 6am.
Contact BBC Radio Leeds on Abigail.firstname.lastname@example.org
Listening Project conversations are broadcast on BBC Oxford every Friday at 0750, 1050, 1550 and 1745.
Contact BBC Oxford on email@example.com
BBC Sussex & Surrey
Listening Project conversations are broadcast on BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey every weekday at 1050 and 1640.
Contact BBC Sussex & Surrey on firstname.lastname@example.org