The radio show is part of Studio 3’s live project with the Austin Housing Estate in Hayes.
Date: 23 January 2014
Architecture Studio 3 students Deena Gohil and Eeva Sarlin will be hosting a radio show on Hayes FM for the next four Wednesdays at 2-4pm: 22 January, 29 January, 5 February and 12 February.
The show is broadcast online at:
www.hayesfm.org.uk or if you are in a 5 mile radius of Hayes town centre you can tune in at 91.8 FM.
The radio show is part of Studio 3’s live project with the Austin Housing Estate in Hayes, and is a result of Deena’s engagement with residents – ‘Austin’s Jukebox’ at the 2013 series of events ‘Out and about on the Austin Estate’. Deena collected music requests from Austin Estate residents, and will play those requests on Wednesday’s radio show.
Deena and Eeva will also talk about the past and future events that Studio 3 have introduced on the Estate. They will also invite comments and suggestions via the soon to be launched Austin Estate website and Facebook page.
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