The magic of radio, (and recent changes in regulation) means programmes can be broadcast from anywhere there is an internet connection.
And because of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, a number of presenters are either choosing to, or are being forced to host their shows from home.
We’ve noticed a number of you are tweeting your home set-ups, then Steven McIntosh went and made a fabulous thread about it.
If you are a presenter and need to work from home – the basic tools you’ll need is a decent microphone – we recommend this USB one which can connect to any computer or tablet – a pair of headphones and a way to connect to your station playout system.
So, with thanks to Steven, here are some of the one which caught our eye:
— Rob Bonnet (@RobBonnet) March 16, 2020
— Sarah Montague (@Sarah_Montague) March 17, 2020
#SelfIsolatching starts tomorrow morning. Purely precautionary – but I’ll be broadcasting from home for the foreseeable. Join us on @bbc5live between 6-9 @rachelburden @NickyAACampbell @seanfarrington @MichelleDignan @SimonOKing pic.twitter.com/Phig7UVQIX
— Chris Latchem (@chrisdotlatchem) March 16, 2020
So my 3 words are ‘broadcasting from home’. Yours? pic.twitter.com/bsX0HOX2x8
— Simon Mayo (@simonmayo) March 17, 2020
Good morning! Please join me – at home where I’m in coronavirus isolation – for my @talkradio breakfast show from 6.30am to 10am. We’ve got a packed show ahead discussing the lockdown, financial crash, international efforts to tackle the virus and what happens next… pic.twitter.com/WChss6Kzir
— Julia Hartley-Brewer (@JuliaHB1) March 17, 2020
— Nuala McGovern (@BBCNuala) March 17, 2020
THE SHOW MUST GO ON! 💪📻
— Kyle and Jackie O (@kyleandjackieo) March 16, 2020
This will be my studio until…. working from home, a few cables, mixer etc and we're on air 10-2 on Sky Sports Radio doing all we do in the big studio! Take care everyone. pic.twitter.com/rMnGBYhwin
— Shawn Cosgrove (@ShawnCosgrove1) March 16, 2020
You might hear my kids getting ready for the day.
Also, alll the towels are now in use.
That's right, radio's a glamorous business. pic.twitter.com/DhSzkQ5500
— Susie Ferguson (@SusieFergusonNZ) March 16, 2020
— Stan Bunger (@BungerKCBSRadio) March 16, 2020
Good luck to all my fellow Canadian #Radio hosts & shows who today will be broadcasting from separate studios, or their own homes across the country as we all get used to #SocialDistancing. it's gonna be weird & clunky but it's nessesary. #ShareYourStudio pic.twitter.com/OBVlIRxqKE
— drex (@drex) March 16, 2020
Who else is working from home? We’re making ourselves at home in the Bad Room at Ross’ place! pic.twitter.com/Qwb8EW41fH
— 3AW Breakfast (@RossAndJohn) March 15, 2020
I’m going to be broadcasting from home for a little while. Please excuse the occasional burst of Thomas the Tank Engine 🚂 as Ed’s playroom becomes a temporary studio. @PerthLive6PR from 3. pic.twitter.com/z8QhyxnHjl
— Oliver Peterson (@oliverpeterson) March 16, 2020
— Nikki Medoro (@NikkiMedoro) March 17, 2020
Here we go again… Day 2 broadcasting on @RadioX from home but THIS time, with a right fancy mic ooOOOOooo technology eh? 🕺🏻
There he is… @ChrisMoyles 🙋🏼♀️
All well from Taylor/Tarrant quarters just being careful 👍🏼 pic.twitter.com/UMqBWFKsHT
— Pippa Taylor (@Pipskin) March 17, 2020
— Katherine Boyle (@FlippinKath) March 16, 2020