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School of Arts and Media

Jimmy Ewing

Radio Production Lecturer

Biography

I have worked in radio since 2006, producing programmes for a variety employers including the Prison Radio Association and BBC. My passion for teaching was ignited through delivering radio production qualifications and training in prisons around the country. Before entering Higher Education full-time, in 2014, I ran a prison radio project, managing a team of people to produce local programmes. 

I currently manage 'National College Radio', a project I run with my final year BA TV and Radio Students. The project aims to inspire and educate young people, studying at college/6th form, through media production and story telling. It's essentially an online radio station aimed at 14-18 year olds. All of the content is made by students throughout the UK - visit www.nationalcollegeradio.co.uk.

Teaching

Radio Production

Qualifications and Memberships

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice

1st Class BA Hons in Radio Production (Bournemouth University)

Education Governor - Inspire Trust

Trustee - Charles Parker Archive