A community radio station for people with disabilities is calling on enthusiastic individuals to join its team of DJ’s.
Direction Radio, which is run by social care provider Surrey Choices, aims to give a stronger voice to people with disabilities and provides all the training and technology to produce professional and engaging shows.
In celebration of its upcoming second birthday, the station is now on the lookout for people with disabilities to learn the art of DJ-ing and get the exciting opportunity to interview guests and lead shows surrounding current affairs.
Chris Fenn, founder of Direction Radio, commented: “We’ve gone from strength to strength over the past couple of years and now have listeners globally from Australia and Singapore, to the USA and across the UK.
“Our aim has always been to grow the station and give as many disabled people as possible the opportunity to voice their opinions, whilst gaining really invaluable experiences and skills. We look forward to welcoming in the next generation of DJ’s.”
Direction Radio hit the airwaves on 6 July 2015 and airs a wide variety of music and programmes, from topical subjects, news and chat shows. Presenters are given the freedom to plan and record their own shows, whilst developing their interviewing and production techniques.
The station gives contributors the chance to attain recognised qualifications in Radio and Media and is available to listen to on www.direction-radio.com or through TuneIn, iTunes Radio and the Direction Radio app. Previous shows are also available on www.mixcloud.com.
To find out how you could get involved with Surrey Choices’ Direction Radio contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01483 806806.