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    Hi guys,

    My name is Jenny. I'm studying Journalism at the LCC in London. Over the summer I had some time to think about how best I could put the new skills and techniques I was learning at uni to use. My idea ... to start a podcast show.

    The concept behind it is to mainly get students involved in every aspect across the year groups. Because I know how hard it is to get experience/work published/find out what your interests are when you're trying to not get dropped from uni. What I need help with is drumming up a show plan. Thus I bring my conundrum to you fellow students.

    If you could design your own student podcast show what would it entail? What topics would you want to cover? What would you want to get involved in?

    I need to build my A-Team so anyone wanting to get involved can most definitely reply to this discussion.

    Look forward to hearing from you all.

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    (Original post by jfdcastro92)
    Hi guys,

    My name is Jenny. I'm studying Journalism at the LCC in London. Over the summer I had some time to think about how best I could put the new skills and techniques I was learning at uni to use. My idea ... to start a podcast show.

    The concept behind it is to mainly get students involved in every aspect across the year groups. Because I know how hard it is to get experience/work published/find out what your interests are when you're trying to not get dropped from uni. What I need help with is drumming up a show plan. Thus I bring my conundrum to you fellow students.

    If you could design your own student podcast show what would it entail? What topics would you want to cover? What would you want to get involved in?

    I need to build my A-Team so anyone wanting to get involved can most definitely reply to this discussion.

    Look forward to hearing from you all.

    Honestly, I wouldnt listen to a podcast like that coz it would be boring and too formal.

    I would try and just have a show in which there really isnt a structure, like you could talk about literally anything. Things like current affairs, sports, science etc.

    You also need to be interesting and find guests/ students from different backgrounds who are fasinating.

    You could also get opinions on topical issues, but keeping it humourous and light hearted.

    And play random games/ have fun features, always fun.
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    (Original post by Ua3142)
    Honestly, I wouldnt listen to a podcast like that coz it would be boring and too formal.

    I would try and just have a show in which there really isnt a structure, like you could talk about literally anything. Things like current affairs, sports, science etc.

    You also need to be interesting and find guests/ students from different backgrounds who are fasinating.

    You could also get opinions on topical issues, but keeping it humourous and light hearted.

    And play random games/ have fun features, always fun.
    Fair enough. That is why I wanted to speak to students and find out what they would want to hear.
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    (Original post by jfdcastro92)
    Fair enough. That is why I wanted to speak to students and find out what they would want to hear.
    nice and gl with the podcast, I might try and find it when you start
 
 
 
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