Podcast: Francis Currie and Mike Cass from Virgin Radio

RadioToday’s Stuart Clarkson catches up the programmers in charge of Virgin Radio – Francis Currie and Mike Cass – as the station launches The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky.

Plus – Dom Chambers talks to the new Chair of the Community Media Association, Danny Lawrence, and Roy Martin talks us through the big news of the week including Simon Mayo’s return with Scala Radio. There’s also a chat with BBC Somerset Managing Editor Nick Bull about the station’s new studios.

James Cridland shares his thoughts on Virgin Radio dropping spot adverts at breakfast and there are more Radio Moments from David Lloyd.

This is just one of the weekly podcasts produced and published by RadioToday, sponsored by Broadcast Bionics. See our archive on the RadioToday Programme channel here.

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  1. Awful Alfie says

    Utter cringe. Mention all the other jocks in case you p*ss them off. “Why rearrange the furniture”, “why reinvent the wheel” Clearly no creative show innovation, just a carbon copy of The BBC R2 show. Awful, dated view of what radio content should be. Awful, awful, awful interview.

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