The Honey Sessions presents:
Finding Your Voice on Radio
Thursday March 2nd - 1:00pm - 1:45pm - The Gate, Main Room
Angelle Joseph is a presenter/broadcaster for the BBC, having presented shows on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1XTRA, BBC 6Music and BBC Introducing. Angelle has championed unheard voices and has given plenty of young musicians the chance to shine on an national platform, giving the likes of DYLAN, Piers James and more their first airplays.
Angelle is also a community liaison for the Independent Venue Community and Future Female Society
to create safe spaces to engage young people and inspire young people into media/music through their local venues. Closer to home, Angelle has been making a vital contribution to the award-wining The Honey Sessions project as an industry professional, offering crucial and inspiring advice to the young artists and producers within Wales.
Join us, Angelle and your host The Honey Sessions' Tara Turner, as she asks the questions we all want to know the answers to.
How do you get into radio? How do you get your music heard by broadcasters? Why it is more important than ever to support new artists at grass roots level? This talk is simply unmissable!
About Angelle Joseph
Angelle Joseph is a broadcaster with BBC Radio and a Community Liaison for Independent Venues Community. Angelle has worked with BBC Radio 1, 1XTRA, Radio Suffolk, Radio Six and regularly keeps in touch with the Welsh MOBO Scene, helping shine a spotlight on incredible Welsh Talent. Angelle continues to shine a light on undiscovered artists and talent in the U.K. and is one of the incredible industry professionals that has recently supported The Honey Sessions.