A programme of art, architecture and infrastructure to mark the centenary of the UK’s biggest council housing estate
Becontree Broadcasting Station (BBS), an online community radio station serving the Becontree Estate and residents of Barking and Dagenham, presents this free workshop covering the basics of how to produce and present your own radio show. This includes:
Elements of a radio show: music, jingles, links, features.
Concepts, themes and topics.
Assembling your radio show content
Creating a running order.
Writing and presenting an intro link.
Producing and presenting your show live
By the end of the session you will have the material ready to present your own radio show.
The workshop will be run by Joe Namy, Barking & Dagenham's Artist-in-Residence. Joe is an artist, educator, and composer, often working collaboratively and across mediums – in sound, performance, photography, text, video, and installation.
The workshop will take place at Valence Library's Arts & Culture Hub on Thursday 7 April from 6-8.30pm.
To register for the workshops please email email@example.com or call 07378346832 for more info.
Joe Namy (UK/Lebanon/USA) is an artist, educator, and composer, often working collaboratively and across mediums – in sound, performance, photography, text, video, and installation. Joe’s projects often focus on the social constructs of music and organised sound, such as the pageantry and geo-politics of opera, the noise laws and gender dynamics of bass, the colours and tones of militarisation, the migration patterns of instruments and songs, and the complexities of translation in all this – from language to language, from score to sound, from drum to dance.