Cirencester radio project seeks breakfast stars

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Cirencester radio project seeks breakfast stars

Corinium Radio is searching for a Cirencester- based family to share its breakfast with - or at least its breakfast show.

Broadcasting on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th May, the new community radio station is seeking a typical family from Cirencester to come on air and give them an insight into their lifestyle.

To qualify, families must contain three generations who are available to come into the studio in Cirencester on Friday 5th May between 8am – 9am to share breakfast and chat with breakfast show presenter Mike Ganley.

This is an opportunity for your family to talk about their home town, what they do at weekends, where they go to school and what they think of local facilities.

For your family's chance to become Corinium Radio’s featured family, in no more than 100 words write a paragraph telling us what makes your family special?

Entries should be sent to Claire Newport, Leisure Officer, Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX no later than 24th April.

Corinium Radio will be broadcast from 8am – 11pm on both dates on 87.7 FM.

The radio project is supported by Cotswold District Council and is drawing on the vast experience of Forest of Dean Radio, an organisation which has been working with communities to produce programmes for more than ten years.

Posted : 12/04/2006 20:51:03

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