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There are many different ways of getting your voice on the air - from presenters, to journalists and announcers. We explore the different roles and voices that we hear on the radio and the routes into those roles.

Radio: getting your voice on air BBC Academy

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There are many different ways of getting your voice on the air - from presenters, to journalists and announcers. We explore the different roles and voices that we hear on the radio and the routes into those roles.

    Monki - Club DJ to Radio 1

    Monki - Club DJ to Radio 1

    Monki presents her own specialist music show on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra but it took confidence, determination plus plenty of experience and a good grasp of the technical side to get there.

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    Becoming a Radio Presenter

    Becoming a Radio Presenter

    DJ, presenter and voiceover artist Marcus Bronzy gives some realistic advice to prepare presenters trying to get their break, both for TV and radio.

    • 2 Min.
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    Gabriella Incalza - How to make a Demo

    Gabriella Incalza - How to make a Demo

    From developing your on air radio persona to staying on top of your timings - we discover the top tips for making a demo.

    • 5 Min.
    Making a Radio Demo

    Making a Radio Demo

    Making a radio demo can be a daunting prospect. How you put yourself across in that crucial three minutes has the potential to both open and close doors.

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    1Xtra - Producing two Presenters

    1Xtra - Producing two Presenters

    Producer Dari Samuels shares his secrets of working with 1Xtra's Twin B and Yasmin Evans. A radio show consists of more than just presenters, and whilst you might not hear producers on air, they’re working hard behind the scenes to develop the format of the show, like 1Xtra Breakfast with Twin B and Yasmin Evans, and to make sure it stays on track.

    • 4 Min.
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    Ed Smith - Broadcast Journalist

    Ed Smith - Broadcast Journalist

    He describes his role and how he generally helps the show to run smoothly. While the show is on air, Ed is responsible for dealing with the callers, assessing them editorially and putting the best ones through to air. Calls come through thick and fast and Ed needs to make quick decisions and manage his time effectively.

    • 4 Min.

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