‘Gainsborough Standard’ Features Article About ‘Call me Max- A life in Radio’
‘Gainsborough Standard’ featured a news article about a book on a man’s career in radio broadcasting. The article says that ‘the book gives an absorbing insight into the operations of radio stations as it delves into the politics behind the mic and the determination Max had to show to break into the industry.’
Max Hunloke is the author’s pen name who has written his autobiography in the book. It was the early period of Metropolis or Community radio when the politics behind the mic and the determination to get into this job was on the rise.
The book gives an insight into the working and daily operations of the broadcast along with the times when the author used to work abroad in the Caribbean. When Max returned it was the time when the Community Radio was establishing itself in the UK. It was after a hard long wait when Max finally secured a job with a Radio Company as a Continuity announcer and afterwards as a Radio Producer and presenter. The book is a very informative and a skilful read for the people who want to know more about the internal working of a radio station.
The author, Max Hunloke is a graduate of London and City Universities. He has worked as a lecturer, a business advisor and a counsellor. He has also served in RAF and has worked in television and radio.
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