Corinium Radio is celebrating Christmas early this year: Nov 20 Article

It’s November. It’s cold, and wet, but here at Corinium Radio we have some truly wonderful new ideas in the pipeline, just for you. We try not to be complacent – but we know we have an extremely talented team of volunteers, all working hard to bring you a great range of shows but we have really excelled ourselves this month.

Not one, but two new presenters have launched new shows.  Alex already had some experience of community radio through his interest in U3A (University of the Third Age) but Malcolm was a novice – until now. So do make sure you listen to North of the Border presented by Alex Nisbet and Limelight, featuring musical memories from Malcolm Lewis. You can hear them LIVE or via the Listen Again button on www.coriniumradio.co.uk

We would also like to share with you one of our latest collaborations. Many of our listeners will already be familiar with the Cirencester Theatre Company but did you know that they used the lockdown period to record and video their latest play, The Show Must Go Online? Written and directed by local playwright Katy Sorensen, you can catch up with Series 1 and 2 by clicking their banner on our website, www.coriniumradio.co.uk

And – to really get into the Christmas spirit, why not send us a photograph for the Corinium Radio Best Dressed Pet for Christmas competition? You don’t have to be a professional and the pet doesn’t need to belong to you – in fact, it doesn’t need to be a pet – we are just looking for a great photograph! For more details, look on our website www.coriniumradio.co.uk

If you would like to join us or find out more about our fabulous community radio station, please contact caroleboydell@coriniumradio.co.uk or call me on  07776 144033.

Corinium Radio is an award winning volunteer-led online community radio station, broadcasting from the heart of Cirencester.

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