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  Young kids host own radio show
Updated 01 May 2003, 14.28
The children will be interviewing people on air
Children as young as nine are broadcasting their own radio show.

A group of kids have been chosen by university students to help them with an experiment.

The children, aged either nine or 10, will produce and present three half-hour radio shows.

Their jobs include:

  • coming up with ideas
  • interviewing people
  • putting minidisc radio reports together
  • chatting on air

The children are from Usher Junior School in Lincoln.

They'll be on-air from 10-10.30am on May 3, 10 and 17 on Siren FM, Lincoln University's own radio station.

The project is supposed to show kids the power of radio, as it's often overtaken by TV in children's eyes.

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