Outside Broadcast

 

Outside Broadcast

Every now and then, some of the team from Welcombe Radio comes out of the studio to broadcast events live from place in and around Stratford upon Avon. These include concerts, local church services and other community events such as the River Festival and the annual Shakespeare birthday celebrations.

 

Celebrating Kochanowski, Shakespeare and enduring Polish links with Stratford upon Avon

from The Shakespeare Centre

On 28th April 2018, we broadcast an evening of an literature, dance and music and a talk on two literary giants of Renaissance Europe. It's all about the links between Jan Kochanowski, one of Poland's eminent poets, and his near contemporary: our own William Shakespeare. This event took place at The Shakespeare BIrthplace Trust Centre.

The evening was attended by H.E. the Ambassador of Poland and the audience included many members of the Polish community from in and around Stratford upon Avon. Among the people involved in the organisation of the evening were the team from Welcombe Radio's Cafe Polska.

Anita Jones Dębska, Iain Smith and Maciej Garbowski rehearse a “Dialogue between Kochanowski and Shakespeare” – the view from the control room.
Peter prepares a playlist of Polish music.
Peter prepares a playlist of Polish music to introduce our broadcast of the Polish evening from The Shakespeare Centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

A Service of Lessons and Carols

from Holy Trinity Church

The Welcombe Radio Outside Broadcast team at Holy Trinty Church, Christmas Eve 2017.
Peter, Sophie, Patrick and Barney (behind the camera).

 

One of the highlights of the festive season in Stratford upon Avon is the Christmas Eve Service of Lessons and Carols from Holy Trinity Church.

Welcombe Radio broadcast this service live in 2017.

We would like to thank everybody who has helped to make this broadcast possible. This includes everybody from Holy Trinity Church, as well as the RSC for loaning equipment, advice and support from the staff of the Maplin store on the Birmingham Road and, of course, all the volunteers at Welcombe Radio.