Taking place on 13 May at the British Library, the Radio Festival will be the event of the calendar year.
The day will take place as follows:
The best way to access the festival is via the Euston Road entrance, leading onto the Piazza. Registration is in the Piazza outside the Conference Centre, where the sessions will be taking place throughout the day. The British Library is wheelchair accessible. There is wheelchair access from the Euston Road entrance, as well as accessible toilets on all floors.
#RadFest19 will be part of this year’s Radio Audio Week and will be supported by sponsors PRS for Music, PPL and Arqiva. Tickets for RadFest19 are now on sale priced at £129 plus VAT for members and £199 plus VAT for non-members. Click below to get your tickets!
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