'A practical, how-to guide to all aspects of presenting a show.' --Publishing News (21st July 2006)
'The best, most comprehensive and yet most down to earth book on any area of media I have seen for years. Even better than that it communicates a huge enthusiasm for radio - if I was a TV person i'd be chucking away my camera by chapter three! I rarely if ever say this about a book, fiction or non-fiction, but I quite simply COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN!' 'Bang up to date [and] packed full of good, practical advice As well as containing a wealth of information, advice and ideas, Peter's conversational style means it isn't heavy going and is the sort of book you can not only read from cover to cover but also dip into for particular chapters and topics as required.' --John Byrne, The Stage
About the Author
Peter Stewart is a BBC Radio trainer, lecturer on university media courses, co-author of Basic Radio Journalism, columnist for The Radio Magazine and has over 15 years of practical experience in radio broadcasting.