Podcast: RadioToday looks at the plans for the ARIAS 2020

Sam Bailey, Chair of the ARIAS 2020, tells us about the plans for the return of the Radio Academy’s annual awards ceremony in London early next year.

Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin discuss the week’s big stories in the radio industry including news that Viking FM’s studios are moving to Sheffield and Bauer’s purchase of four radio groups will go to a full ‘phase 2’ investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority.

David Lloyd’s Radio Moments include the departure of Sarah Kennedy from Radio 2, the end of Juice Brighton, pirate stations closing down in 1967 and Capital FM going in-the-mix for the solar eclipse.

Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson.

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