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Radio and Podcast Production

4 Week Evening Course

Wed 05 Jun 2024





5.30pm - 8pm

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Radio and Podcast Production


Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.


Wednesday Evenings: 5.30pm – 8pm

  • 05 Jun
  • 12 Jun
  • 19 Jun
  • 26 Jun

Over four evenings, learn about different styles of audio content, and plan and produce your own short audio feature for podcast or broadcast.

The course will cover:

  • Listening to, and critiquing, different styles of audio content
  • Planning a feature
  • Writing for radio
  • Interview technique
  • Recording techniques
  • Editing
  • Packaging and supplying finished content
  • Broadcasting
  • Podcasting

In this course you’ll learn about audio production techniques, with guidance on how to plan and produce your own feature. You’ll receive hands-on recording and editing training, with suggestions for ways to distribute your finished work, either online as a podcast, or for broadcast on air.

This course would be ideal for people interested in telling stories in new ways, people involved in community projects looking to share what they do with a wider audience; local/community radio practitioners looking to develop their output; people with a particular interest in podcasting; people looking to develop a career in radio.

Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

Workshop attendees get 10% off all food and hot drinks at the Café Bar.


Tom Williams has been working at Phonic FM, Exeter’s local community radio station, for over four years.

Alongside presenting a programme showcasing local musicians, he is responsible for training presenters, scheduling output and keeping the station on air behind the scenes. Tom has extensive experience in producing live and recorded content for radio, advising new podcasters to create their podcasts and recently created audio pieces for an art exhibition. Before getting into audio, Tom taught English as a second language to students in Spain and the UK.


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