Radio interview

Posted By on Jun 4, 2014 | 0 comments

Switch Dunmow is my local radio station, so I was really pleased when they asked me to be a guest on an upcoming show!

I’ll be joining Debbie and Jon between 6 and 8pm on Thursday 12th June. The two hour show will focus on aspiring (and recently signed) authors, with advice and discussion on how to develop your writing, regardless of whether your goal is a hobby or even a career.

The radio station is digital only, but there are several ways you can hear the show…


Switch Listen Live


There are lot’s of ways you can listen to Switch Dunmow:


Via the website, (click here to visit) with the “Listen Live” button… Just press “Listen Live” on the top bar. You can continue browsing the Switch Dunmow website, don’t worry, you won’t interupt your listening. So long as you leave this browser window/tab open you can listen uninterrupted.
Via the tunein website or the tunein app… You can follow this link to the tunein website or use the smart phone app and search for “Switch Dunmow”. Why not add it to your favourites? If you don’t already have the app installed, you can easily do so via your app store.
With your preferred media player with one of these links… Winamp or iTunes Windows Media Player Real Player QuickTime


About Switch Dunmow…

Switch Dunmow is the brain child of Jacky Rom, the Station Controller. Over 2 years ago Jacky who also runs the Arts Centre Dunmow, was struggling to let everyone know what goes on in The Arts Centre.
One day she thought “ Lets have  a radio Station”  and now 2 years on it’s become a reality. Switch Dunmow launched on Monday 6th of January 2014 with over 50 Volunteers. They were all amazed that over 3000 people listened in the first month.
Now they are listened to by over 20 countries world wide.
Although Switch is Community Radio Station all the presenters love the idea of reaching further afield.
Switch Dunmow has a show for everyone, with easy listening throughout the day and live shows from 4pm.


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