HBA Roadshow Glasgow 2018

Learn Inspire Engage with the Hospital Broadcasting Association

Famous for its ship building heritage, Glasgow is one of the top cultural cities in Eurpoe, and HBA are delighted to invite you to Scotland's largest city this summer for our next HBA training Roadshow!

Our events are designed to bring Hospital Radio volunteers together to learn new skills, share ideas and network with like-minded people. Held across the UK, many of our workshops have interactive elements for you to engage with, along with guest speakers from the industry who will share their advice, we'll cover a wide variety of topics to help further your skills in broadcasting as well as behind the scenes.

We're delighted to release the details of this exciting Roadshow on Saturday 28th July 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. Below you will see what we have planned and the link to book directly. Refreshments are available throughout the day and we also include lunch for all delegates. Please note that bookings can be made by any HBA registered volunteer of a HBA Member Station. 


What's On at our Glasgow Roadshow?


HBA Update and Status

The Chairman's update on the Hospital Broadcasting Association's activity, development and future progress.   


A masterclass in presentation

Former GMG programme controller and current Peak FM breakfast presenter Ricky Durkin will offer his tips and ideas on how to improve your skills as a presenter, including links, music, programme structure and show preparation.


A masterclass on Myriad

Jonathan Penn from Broadcast Radio will lead a session highlighting the main features of the Myriad playout system and demonstrate some of its advanced functions.


A masterclass in interviewing skills

Former broadcast journalist, Andy Carter, will offer his top tips in getting the best from your interviews with patients and guests.


Invitation to Radio Lollipop

Delegates are invited to visit our fellow hospital radio broadcasting colleagues at Radio Lollipop, who have studios located within the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. 


A masterclass in programming for programmers

Ricky Durkin will offer his tips and ideas on how to improve the overall sound of your hospital station. The session will cover scheduling, promos and trailers and the use of imaging and jingles.


The roadshow unconference half hour

In the final 30 minutes of the roadshow, we’ll bring together the combined expertise of the four masterclass leads and colleagues from HBA to tackle any issues attendees might need help with.


We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow on Saturday 28th July 2018 at 0930.

* Bookings are open to volunteers of HBA Member Stations. Please login to the HBA website before booking *