Once again our fabulous team of broadcasters were delighted to be invited back to present a live outside broadcast from the dining room at Wiltshire Heights residential care home in Bradford on Avon.
With the usual mix of top stories, engaging scripts and great music to entertain the residents, our team were on top form and made the afternoon so enjoyable for everyone. We were also thrilled to be able to talk to some of the residents about their memories of childhood; a perfect focus for the show as we happened to be there on Children in Need day.
Our huge thanks to Julie and the activities team for making us so welcome once again, we always love coming to see you all. You can listen to the show again here and also enjoy some of the photos we took of our latest outside broadcast.
This week Clover class had the opportunity to put together their own radio show and to broadcast live on Westwood Radio and what a show they presented!
With outstanding script writing, huge amounts of confidence and a really lovely way to reflect on their ‘We are what we eat topic’, everyone worked so hard and it was a joy to watch everyone working together. Thank you to everyone who listened and sent us texts. Here are some photos of our fabulous afternoon and a chance to listen again to the show
This afternoon Thistle class took to the airwaves with a live radio show on Westwood radio. Broadcasting to, literally the world, everyone had the opportunity to read some of their amazing writing from their Under the Sea topic and to step behind the microphone to have their first experience of live radio and how well they did.
With Lewis, Alice and May hosting the show, plenty of listeners – thank you everyone – and lots of texts from their audience, the children made me so proud with their confidence and professionalism. You can enjoy our fantastic afternoon again here and here are some behind the scenes photos from Thistle class studio!