Radio ha ha

March 25, 2010

Sir Terry Wogan's reign as the king of radio may be winding down, but there is plenty of talent waiting in the wings. Last week, comedian and broadcaster Phill Jupitus spent a week at Bournemouth University helping to mentor students hoping to replicate his success. The comic spent the week co-presenting the breakfast show on Nerve FM, Bournemouth's student radio station, with students Jess Bracey and Guy Larsen. The university is celebrating the tenth anniversary of its MA in radio production.

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