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It's Good To Talk,

Mental Health Minute,

OC to OZ,

Reasons To Be Cheerful,

Talking Musicians,

The Future,

The Future Is Voice #1,

The Future Is Voice #2,

The Future Is Voice #3,

Martyn Ware & Ana Matronic Drowned In Sound,

This is Radio,

Truth or Lies - Fake News,

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A Word From The Next Generation

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Bob Shennan

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Changing Channels

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Charlie Sloth - 21st Century Warrior

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 Molly Keyworth, Megan Howard & Nick Ransom are radio students at the University of Salford. They have something to tell you about young audiences.


Producer: Trevor Dann

 Why Radio and Music need to be in harmony: As BBC Radio prepares for its biggest music event ever, the BBC's Director of Radio and Music, Bob Shennan, talks about the importance of Radio to the health of the music industry and the UK's creative economy.


Producer: Dixi Stewart

 Gillian Reynolds has been listening professionally to radio for over 50 years. at the end of last year she jumped from The Telegraph to The Sunday Times. Spend time with our most loved critic as she talks about this change at this time lin life and her continued passion for audio. 


Producer: Bob McDowall

 Radio 1 and 1-Xtra DJ Charlie tells of the challanges he's set himself to engage with his distracted audience.


Producer: Flora Carmichael

It's Good To Talk

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Mental Health Minute

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OC to OZ

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Reasons To Be Cheerful

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 Radio phone in hosts Julia Hartley Brewer (Talk Radio), Nigel Farage (LBC) and Dotun Adebeyo (BBC) take a look at how our culture wars of "left" or "right", "leave" versus "remain", have helped define the future of radio and revived the fortunes of the radio show phone-in as the most "social" medium of all.


Producer: Lucy Goodwin

 We join BBC and Commercial radio to bring awareness to Mental Health Week. 


Producer: Lucy Barrett, RadioCentre and Somethin' Else

 Christian O'Connell is not just leaving his Absolute Radio breakfast show, but he's leaving the country. Before he departs for Australia, he is here to reflect on what he's learned and the mistakes he's made. Chatting to good friend Claire Sturgess, this will be the final hurrah for one of Britain's best-loved broadcasters. 


Producer: Paul Sylvester

 Geoff Lloyd and Ed Miliband have taken podcasting to a new level and today they join #RadFest18 to record their latest edition of their witty and wry podcast.


Producer:Ellie Clifford 

Talking Musicians

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The Future

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The Future Is Voice #1

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The Future Is Voice #2

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 Cerys made her name as the frontwoman of 90's Brit-Pop band Catatonia. But after singing on a bucket load of chart hits, she decided that she'd rather talk about music.


Producer: Nick Minter

 It's time to celebrate the audio people of the future as we officially launch the search of 2018's Reelworld "30 Under 30". Charlie Sloth talks to 2017 alumni Louis Timpany about the rise and rise of his radio station Fix Radio. 


Producer: Flora Carmichael

 Voice activated speakers are growing at an uprecendented rate and throughout various sessions today, we'll take a look at this revolution from different viewpoints.


First up - Anna Campbell, from research agency Sparkler, presents the facts and explores the role of children in normalising Voice in the home.


Producer: Alison Winter

 As we continue to look at the explosing of Voice Activated devices, the BBC's Exec Editor for Voic Mukul Davichand gives us an insight into how the BBC are attacking the phenomenon head on. 


Producer: Alison Winter

The Future Is Voice #3

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Martyn Ware & Ana Matronic Drowned In Sound

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This is Radio

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Truth or Lies - Fake News

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 Continuing our look at the explosion of Voice Activated devices and how it affects the future of audio.


Producer: Alison Winter

Martyn Ware is a founding member of 80's bands The Human League and Heaven 17. In 2016 he released an 82-minute soundscape called Sounds of Our Shores and shared his thoughts on the future of audio visualisation.

Producer: Will Saunders

 A look at the future of Digital Radio in all its forms.


Producer: DRUK

 Damien Collins MP is parliament's one-man warrior against the latest craze to reach the world - Fake News - in all its forms, from broadcast to social media. Damien tells is why it is a detrimental danger to the future of free speech. 


Producer: Eleanor Kifvel

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 Steve Holebrook from Arqiva tells us why there's still a future for radio.


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