A new project led by Manchester radio station ALLFM is looking to broadcast the voices of 100 Manchester people, who will all be aged 50 and over.
Jane Goetzee, the lead for the project, said: “We are keen to record people from all walks of life- it could be anything from plugging something they’re doing – a project or voluntary work, sharing expertise or episodes of their life or work history or showcasing creative work.
“Whatever it is, we want their voices on the radio – we would love it if the airwaves were full of their/our voices.
“We can accept people’s voice notes, we can do interviews over zoom, – or we can go for a socially distanced walk with the interviewee holding the microphone.
“We will record it and in the next few months broadcast it along with up to 100 other people’s voices, with their music choices added.
“Our ultimate aim, once we can all move more freely, will be to invite all those 100 people to join ALLFM, do the radio training and have their own live show.”
To get involved or for more information. contact Jane on 07708 564 697 or email@example.com