RSA is always
looking for new voices committed to the association's aims.
RSA was created
by a group of people who wanted to produce their own shows themselves
and to share their own collection of personal music with a wide
Newcomers to the radio would be required to do the same .
would have to understand and accept the mission and style of the
radio, which is not a commercial operation;
- they would
be expected to integrate in the group and accept their philosophy;
- with the
approval of the Programme Director, presenters must be able to
as a one-man-band, independently and be autonomous;
- they bring
their own music, make their own research, write their own scripts,
their continuity and their programme structure;
- they find
their own guests and look after them;
- they operate
all equipment whilst on air; they are their own technician;
- they have
to take responsibility for their programme from A to Z.
to work within this very simple and down-to-earth principles and
has a talent for communication would be welcome at RSA.
95 252 20 44 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org.