Hospital radio station gets Bespoke jingles

A hospital radio station in South Wales has launched a new set of jingles from Bespoke Music.

Radio BGM, which broadcasts to Llanelli’s Prince Phillip Hospital, recently worked with The Bespoke Music Company on developing a new station sound. The new package comprises of various cuts and the volunteers say they are happy with the results.

Head of Programming for the station Gareth Hurford told RadioToday: “This new imaging pack is certainly going to modernise the sound of the station, and whilst some of the older jingles which listeners are familiar with are remaining on air we hope to breathe new life into the on-air sound.

“Many of our listeners will be familiar with the iconic four-note sound of the new jingles and we can’t wait get them in circulation”.

Chairman of the station David Hurford is very much looking forward to launch and said” “We hope these jingles will not only modernise our sound but also will act as a stimulant to new volunteers who would like to break into the industry and learn the basics of broadcasting”.

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