Switch Radio calls for more volunteer presenters

Switch Radio, based in Topcliffe House, is looking for more volunteers to help run the programmes. Switch broadcasts on 107.5 FM throughout the day and night.
The output is a mixture of live, pre-recorded and automated programmes. Station manager Neil Hollins is asking for more volunteer presenters to come forward so that they can increase the number of live broadcast daytime and evening shows.
New volunteers will be able to benefit from training given by current presenters.
Switch started broadcasting in April 2010 to an area of north Birmingham covering a population of over 100,000.
Click here for Switch Radio website.
Click here for the Switch Radio ‘volunteering’ page.


One response to “Switch Radio calls for more volunteer presenters

  1. We are a group from Castle Vale School who are campaigning for more Zebra Crossings on the estate we are going to make surveys to hand out around schools and the Vale.