This exclusive BCfm podcast was commissioned by Resourcing Racial Justice (RRJ).
The British Library is recognised as the home of the nation’s radio archives and they have chosen BCfm to form part of the collection.
We are looking for a lively individual or duo who can present a fast moving sports show.
What’s the referendum all about? You’ve had a polling card in the post, but what difference will your vote really make?
BCfm Radio are offering paid commissions of £500 to local audio creatives and producers to develop work to celebrate the diverse and under-represented history of Bristol and surrounding areas.
BCfm is offering a free, fun and practical introduction to oral history in partnership with UWE Bristol and The National Lottery Heritage Fund. You will learn through teaching and group activities how to conduct your own interviews using voice recorders and smartphones. Training Workshop Structure – What is oral history? – Understanding memory – Recording equipment and apps […]
YOUR FINAL OPPORTUNITY THIS YEAR! Fancy making a podcast and radio show? Would like to start a career in the sound and audio industry? If so, this could be for you! Get involved in the 3rd edition of Unlocking Our Sound Heritage, and learn to research and edit audio recordings with Bristol Community FM (BCfm). What […]
THIS BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 30TH AUGUST ‘Bristol’s Finest’ is the theme as BCfm opens its doors to aspiring radio presenters, newsreaders and podcasters, as well as local musicians, singers, personalities, comedians, poets and more. The BCfm Open Day (Bank Holiday Monday 30thAugust, 10am to 4pm) is an opportunity for local talent and the general public to […]
BCfm Radio has been recognised at the 2021 Community Radio Awards. A Gold Award for Innovation of the Year and Bronze Award for Podcast of the Year was presented for our local oral history podcast 12 Communities One Bristol, which was the culmination of an intensive judging process to recognise those producing great quality content and […]
Bristol’s Community Radio stations are going digital, and bringing many more new digital radio stations to Bristol and South Gloucestershire with them