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Earshot podcast: local jingles for Eagle Radio

Eagle Radio in Surrey and Hampshire launched new jingles today written by local composer and former station intern Ollie Melville-Smith.Eagle Radio logo

In the Earshot podcast Ollie discusses the art of jingle composition with Steve Martin, explains how the Tonmeister course at the University of Surrey gave him a musical grounding and we hear from breakfast presenter Peter Gordon immediately after he played Ollie’s work on air for the first time.

All that, and of course we play the jingles written by Ollie with Wise Buddah jingles for Eagle Radio.

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Pictures

Ollie Melville-Smith plays bass

Ollie Melville-Smith plays bass

Peter Gordon. AKA Dame Dolly Trott.

Peter Gordon. Hosts breakfast, commissions jingles, wears women’s clothing.

Peter Gordon is Dame Dolly Trott in Jack and the Beanstalk, this Christmas at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford.

Credits

Earshot podcast - generic logoEarshot Creative Review theme music by the Tiger Club Band with kind permission. Voiceover is Elly Fairman at Hobsons. Interviews conducted via ipDTL. Special thanks to Rob Wallace and Hayley Hayes.

Views expressed are personal. The contributors acknowledge all rights held by the owners, creators and performers of the recorded works which are included solely for the purposes of education and review.

One Comment

  1. Sounds great. Well done Ollie. Punches the station name loud and proud in a musically memorable way. Job done! 🙂