Do you listen to BBC Radio Gloucestershire?
Consultation Event Invitation – Monday 27th June 2011
BBC Radio Gloucestershire, London Road, Gloucester. 5pm – 7pm
Light Buffet provided
This year the BBC Trust is looking at BBC local radio across England. As part of this consultation, the BBC’s Audience Council in the West is holding an outreach event in Gloucester, where they want to hear what you think about the Local Radio Service – BBC Radio Gloucestershire.
• What do you value?
• Why do you listen?
• Are there particular programmes that stand out?
• Does it reflect your community?
To reserve a place please phone (direct line) 023 80374285.
An exciting new 6 part television series this Autumn called TURN BACK TIME from BBC Learning will drive people to visit archives, museums, libraries and local societies to research the history of their local high street. Sign up now to get involved and receive free BBC resources!
The series will tell the story of the high street by propelling a parade of shops through 100 years of fast-forward history. Five modern day shopkeepers with a genuine enthusiasm for past trades will be challenged to go back in time. The series will be similar to the family history programme ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ so is likely to generate a huge amount of interest in local history. The programme website will give tips and advice about how to get started and will encourage people to visit museums, archives and libraries to uncover the history of their high street.
There are various ways that you can get involved, from the small scale such as simply showcasing old photographs on the BBC’s Flickr group to getting ‘hands on’ by running a High Street History themed community project or activity.