The unique feature of CANDOFM Community Radio is that it directly involves members of the community in its management and operation to create the service.
The differences of community as opposed to commercial radio is the number of contributors.
Currently there are over forty active volunteers ranging in age from ten to sixty five. Taxi drivers to retired police, students, graduates, working and unemployed. They broadcast live, pre-recorded in the studio, remotely at home or school to put together the Ofcom required programming output. Each of the volunteers are able to champion local music or sport or community issues motivated by their passions interests.
Having a weekly show, reporting on the latest news stories or covering sport, what’s on and community event and issues are a crucial part of CANDOFM Community Radio. There of course so many different ways to get involved in what we do here at CANDOFM Community Radio….producing, interviewing, fundraising, researching, planning, providing technical help, running a whole range of events, training, developing and so much more.
Hover over the images below for a snippet into the opportunties that are available to get involved with down at CandoFM!