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Local Radio Presenters Urgently Needed!

Would you like to help to deliver local community radio?

If the answer is YES and you have some presenting or presentation experience, then the 'Red Kite Radio' team would love to hear from you.

The station needs you to come on board and present a lively daytime show.

Training will be provided on the operation of the equipment at the station's Haddenham Studios and get you on the air very quickly.

The position is voluntary but there are sales opportunities.

So please get in touch with the Red Kite management team by email to: volunteers@redkiteradio.com

Or by calling 01844 299107

Or by visiting the Studios at the Haddenham Garden Centre.

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