Places are now available on the next Bauer Journalism Programme.
The successful candidates will start at Radio City in Liverpool on November 9th 2015.
Mentored by senior Bauer journalists, and tutored by the experienced team from the NBS, trainee journalists will be put through the most rigorous, advanced, and intensive course in radio.
The programme incorporates the BJTC accredited Bauer Diploma in...
The Bauer Academy’s first journalism students have graduated with flying colours.
John Pickford, Editor-in-Chief of Bauer Radio News, was on-hand to present them with their Diplomas.
He praised the students’ hard work and commitment, saying there were some ‘very talented people’ on the course who would go on to great success.
Most of this year’s cohort have already secured...
On Saturday Paul visited Key103 where he helped to produce the network GameOn sports show.
On Monday he was a freelance reporter at Rock FM, he interviewed the head of Lancashire Women’s Centres on the subject of domestic violence.
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Outside Broadcast Week 4
On the eve of the Merseyside derby, the students took the Friday evening news programme on the road for their first outside broadcast.
The location, Stanley Park, is situated between Goodison Park and Anfield. Our host was The Isla Gladstone, a splendid ‘glasshouse’ that’s one of Liverpool’s hidden gems.
Armed with the latest smartphone technology the...
Roisin Hastie has achieved a meteoric rise within Bauer’s radio news team, qualifying from the National Broadcasting School at Radio City in 2012 and joining Viking FM soon afterwards.
She moved to Metro Radio and TFM in 2013 where she has continued to impress with her natural talent for newsgathering and delivering unique stories for the North East. Her instinct and tenacity have seen her recently...
Congratulations to NBS alumnus Nick Howard, who is the new assistant producer for Jazz FM’s Alpari Business Breakfast programme. The show will broadcast on the DAB London station every weekday morning, between 6 and 6.30.
After graduating from the NBS, Nick worked as a freelance journalist and producer for a number of stations before being asked to join Jazz FM fulltime. In his first week at...
Recent NBS graduate Pieter Droppert triumphed over a record number of entries to win at this year’s BJTC Student Journalism Awards.
His feature ‘Living Well With Dementia’ impressed a distinguished panel of judges to come out on top in the Best Radio News Documentary category.
Many of the judges spoke of how they’d been moved by the thought-provoking documentary.
At the presentation...
NBS would like to congratulate Pieter Droppert on his nomination in the Best Radio Documentary category in this year’s BJTC Student Awards.
‘Living Well With Dementia – A Personal Journey’, explores a number of innovative ways people with the condition can be supported. Despite the subject matter the programme has a positive message; that people can live well with dementia....
We’re proud to say that every student on our BJTC accredited Diploma in Journalism course is guaranteed a work placement.
That means all our graduates get the opportunity to gain hands-on, real-world experience at either a Bauer station or with the BBC; and that’s in addition to all the practical work the course itself entails.
So if you want to be fit for work as a qualified journalist in just...
If your finances are a bit tight and you’re having to think twice about applying for our Radio Journalism course, we’ve got some good news.
You could have almost 20% of your course fee paid by Skillset.
Skillset is the skills body for the creative industries and they could pay up to £800 toward the cost of your course.
Not everyone is eligible but if you’ve had paid work in radio,...
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