Other side of the mike for Emma

November 03 2017

STUDENTS at Digitech Studio School in Warmley turned the tables on BBC Radio Bristol’s Emma Britton.

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STUDENTS at Digitech Studio School in Warmley turned the tables on BBC Radio Bristol’s Emma Britton.

During a three-hour live breakfast programme broadcast from the school, the young people who run Digitech’s own radio station, Phoenix Radio, interviewed the presenter on her own show.

Earlier, Lis Jolley, principal of Digitech, spoke to Emma on air about the school, which specialises in creative and digital skills alongside an academic curriculum.

Students and staff - and even a school dog - from other academies in the Cabot Learning Federation also featured in the programme.

Dean Blake, from the CLF, said: “This was an amazing opportunity for our presenters and producers to work alongside experienced professionals and my hope is it will inspire them to consider a career in broadcasting in the future.”