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The Session Introducing demo panel
Judges listen to the demos in advance and clips are heard on the show

The demo panel is a feature on BBC Radio Berkshire's local bands show, The Session Introducing.

Two judges give their honest reviews on three demos from local bands or artists.

After totting up the marks out of ten, the demo with the highest score will be played out in full on the show, which is on every Sunday from 7pm to 8pm.

Here you can listen to the current and past demos, and find out how to send in your songs to the demo panel.

This week's demo panel

31. 01.10 - Who will win?

Listen to previous demos here

24. 01.10 - A Very Nice Harry won

17. 01.10 - Alexandra Legouix won

10. 01.10 - Stuart Marsh won

STUART MARSH - Shoulder To Cry On

13.12.09 - Yes Boys! won

06.12.09 - Andy Raven won

29.11.09 - Khamsina won

15.11.09 - 13D won

08.11.09 - Mark Hoey won

01.11.09 - Vanishers won

25.10.09 - Alphabet Backwards won

18.10.09 - Sam Merrifield won

11.10.09 - Caution won

04.10.09 - The Monday Night Band won

27.09.09 - John Condron won

20.09.09 - Silent Paper Radios won

13.09.09 - Station X won

23.08.09 - Chuter won

09.08.09 - Feverous Tea won

02.08.09 - The Dirty Rotten Scoundrels won

Send in your demos

If you're a local artist or in a local band and you'd like to have one of your tracks reviewed, head to the BBC Introducing Uploader, where you can upload three tracks a month and send them off to BBC music producers.

Contact BBC Introducing Berkshire
07 Sep 09 |  BBC Introducing
Presenter profile: Jenny Minard
18 Nov 09 |  TV & Radio
Presenter profile: Linda Serck
27 Aug 09 |  TV & Radio



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