Countdown to Christmas with some highlights from the past year
To mark the countdown to Christmas, we’re revisiting some of our highlights from 2021
Here at Radiocentre, we’ll be counting down with a look back at some of our favourite moments from the past year. Every day between now and Christmas Eve, we’ll be opening a door on our advent calendar. Follow us on Twitter to hear the countdown, or listen below:
The most wonderful time of the year is here, and this December we're spreading cheer.
Radiocentre's advent calendar is back, with 24 days of highlights it's packed.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 1, 2021
On Day 2 of our advent calendar,
we look back at a year that's challenged us.
Through the highs and lows one thing remained, your old friend radio's been playing away.
So as 2021 comes to a close,
here's a taste of radio's prose.
? Open Day 2 of our advent calendar to listen. pic.twitter.com/54nUYLGser
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 2, 2021
Christmas time is all about giving,
so on Day 3 we're reliving,
how Jamie & Amanda made Shelley's burger van missing.
? Hear @JamieTheakston & @AmandaHolden on Day 3 of our advent calendar. Watch the full video on presenter's favourite on-air moments here https://t.co/KhQVex5oH4 pic.twitter.com/PHSU9rencb
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 3, 2021
Day 4 we look back on warmer days.
Backing Brilliant Business was the phrase.
We streamed our masterclass live.
Where Simon Devonshire thrived.
Giving insights and tips for businesses UK wide.
They now can take radio advertising in their stride.
?Open Day 4 to hear more pic.twitter.com/akJTZSlGFf
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 4, 2021
It’s Day 5 let’s peek behind the door.
To see what Linda Yueh had in store.
With the future unclear. It was so good to hear.
Linda’s wise words, click here to listen to more.
?? Open Day 5 to listen. pic.twitter.com/P5g40cDtzL
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 5, 2021
An audio brand can boost your ads.
So have no doubt the effect it has.
To prove how great a sonic can be.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 6, 2021
Last month we heard from a top selling artist.
On how radio helped his career since he first started.
So if you want to hear more.
Let’s see who’s behind the door.
?Open day 7 to hear more. pic.twitter.com/00y10UbcA8
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 7, 2021
An alien brought some festive cheer,
to the John Lewis campaign we love to hear.
Soundtracking it with her electric dreams,
is Lola Young and her voice supreme.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 8, 2021
As we open door number nine,
you'll find some wisdom waiting inside,
giving us tactics to boost all our luck,
is an adverting legend whose words you can trust.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 9, 2021
This countdown is making us feel nice and merry,
Today we hear from the one Dave Berry,
He shares his advice and thoughts on his show
A perfect listen for when you’re feeling low
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 10, 2021
On the 11th day of Christmas
Rachel Johnson gave to me
A five year media forecast
And some views on Channel 4 for free.
? Open day 11 and hear from Rachel Johnson, watch the full session here: https://t.co/5TokAxTtwR pic.twitter.com/4AQbXDmP20
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 11, 2021
Over the pandemic radio has been there,
for growing businesses wanting to get on air.
It’s quick, easy and targeted too,
so reach an audience waiting to hear from you.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 12, 2021
You better watch out
You better not cry
You better not pout
We're telling you why…
Santa Cleese is coming to town!
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 13, 2021
In May, every radio station across the nation sang the same song. Broadcasting the same energy & transmitting much needed empathy, radio came together to share understanding, love & hope.
?On Day 14 of our advent calendar, hear the moment that united UK radio #MentalHealthMinute pic.twitter.com/JGpGQFHvRd
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 14, 2021
On the day the Young Audio Awards return.
Great guidance is what we look to learn.
Young people looking to get into radio.
Just give Jordan & Perri’s advice a go.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 15, 2021
On day 16 we come to see
Prizes gifted with such glee
Roman, Sonny and Sian in full sight
About which competition winner gave them most delight
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 16, 2021
Today we hear from Johnny Vaughan
At Tuning In, this went down a storm
For those of you who want to know
How to get the most out of your radio and podcast shows.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 17, 2021
Businesses across the land,
can build trust and fame with radio.
A great campaign can send sales flying,
like Santa cheering ho ho ho.
? Open day 18 on our advent calendar to hear how radio is backing brilliant businesses, like White Rose shopping centre. pic.twitter.com/Re70zVW0nh
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 18, 2021
Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we’ve no place to go
Check out our new APPG video….
? It's day 19 of our Radiocentre advent calendar! pic.twitter.com/5sg4MkvjSo
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 19, 2021
It's the most wonderful time of the year
There be research-a-flowing
Events will be glowing
And ads to be cleared…
It's a look at a busy Radiocentre year!
Day 20 of our advent calendar looks at some of the work we've been doing on behalf of UK commercial radio stations in 2021 pic.twitter.com/qfqmHq5WRo
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 20, 2021
Open Door 21 and receive a KISS,
from Rebecca Frank & Elz The Witch,
ignoring young people would be remiss,
so hear their powerful radio pitch.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 21, 2021
The most important part of radio,
is the listener's impact on the show.
For moments that touched the heart,@MissGAtkinson knows where to start.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 22, 2021
T'is the season to follow a wise man's advice,
telling us which ads have made his list so nice.
With inspiration from around the world,
fly the advertising sleigh with Ralph Van Dijk.
— Radiocentre (@Radiocentre) December 23, 2021