In this Autobiographical Novel Max Hunloke charts his rise through the early period of Conurbation or Community radio. Mixing a novel structure with an absorbing look into the operation of radio stations Call Me Max delves into the politics behind the mic and the determination required to get into this much sought after career. With periods working abroad in the Caribbean and around the Med under his belt, Max returns to the UK when Community Radio is becoming established. After many applications for work Max finally gets a break with a radio company in the city as a Continuity Announcer and Radio Producer and Presenter. Call Me Max is an entertaining and highly informative read; learn the machinations of the radio fraternity and experience Max's frustrations and successes as he climbs the ladder of Con Radio.
|Publisher:||Austin-Macauley Publishers Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Max is a retired academic, and graduate of London and The City Universities, who from 1982 until 2010 lectured in communication and marketing, and worked as business advisor, counsellor and mentor. An interest in, and love of, radio and broadcasting was born whilst serving in the RAF and working for BFBS and was pursued as a presenter on Radio 390. Through the 1970s worked in television, radio and the arts as a writer, producer and manager - in the UK with Anglia TV and the BBC and in the Caribbean with Rediffusion International.