|Posted on Saturday, 11 November, 2006 - 08:40 pm: |
do you have four hours a week and want something real and fun on your media/PR CV?
This is the 30 minute live and scurrillous political gossip show that I present every Tuesday night on Resonance 104.4FM (as Westminster prepares itself for the bearpit of Prime Minister's Questions the next day).
My regular guests are the two top political bloggers <a href="http://5thnovember.blogspot.com/">Guido Fawkes</a> (libertarian right winger) and <a href="http://www.recessmonkey.com/">Recess Monkey</a> (Labour left) who are total media tarts and excellent performers. Last week we were joined by Sian Berry - principal speaker of the Green Party - and the week before that the Tory London Mayoral candidate who wants to abolish the London Mayor.
It's a funny and informative show - we cut through the polite BBC nonsense. We talk about the rumours and backstabbing that actually determines how our country is run. Who's up, who's down and who's getting shafted.
If you only listen to the BBC you aren't getting half the picture.
Listen to the rest of the shows <a href="http://www.theknivesareout.com">here</a>
if you like the sound of it and you want something real on your CV then get in touch asap...
We need someone who can coordinate our other volunteers (professional sound engineers/editors and helpers). Someone who can help us get guests, look after them and say thanks afterwards, someone to listen live to the show in the studio (Soho) and help us write a publicity paragraph, keep in touch with the newspaper reviewers and take charge of the podcasting (we are already listed on iTunes) and keep our blog lively and help encourage listener feedback via email and our rantline 09013931044.. someone with confidence, competence and a flair for publicity. Resonance is a community station so no one gets paid...
but it's fun - get in touch via rant (AT) theknivesareout.com
|Posted on Saturday, 11 November, 2006 - 10:09 pm: |
Piers, are the other volunteers professional freelancers?
|Posted on Saturday, 11 November, 2006 - 10:13 pm: |
I meant ALSO professional freelancers.
|Posted on Sunday, 12 November, 2006 - 12:44 pm: |
Hi...well there's a mix of people already helping us as I wrote in the last paragraph..yes they are mostly other professional freelancers
but actually there is not much coordinating of other people needed in this role...its mainly the guests and publicity and blogging side of things