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BBC Introducing: The South

Sunday nights on BBC Radio Solent are reserved for the region's top new bands.

Between 1900 - 2100 specialist music show, BBC Introducing: The South, is broadcast across the south and online via BBC iPlayer.

Presented by Phil Jackson from our studios in Brighton, BBC Introducing: The South showcases unsigned musicians from the region.

What's on the show
Phil Jackson
Phil Jackson enjoys playing a didgeridoo in his spare time!

Virtually all the music played during the show comes from the demos listeners have sent in.

The show features a demo panel who cast their ears over three artists who've been plucked from the demo bag.

You can join the debate by text on 07786 20 70 70 or you can e-mail south.live@bbc.co.uk

Each week a band are also invited into the studios to play a live session and have a chat with Phil.

The show also brings you the top stories in local and international music news and recommends gigs across the south for the coming week. All of this is punctuated by an eclectic selection of music by unsigned artists from the region.

Get involved

If you want to get involved with BBC Introducing then get in touch and you could hear your track being played on BBC Radio Solent, find your band featured on the website or even come and play a live session.

Send a CD and some information about you and your music using the form below to:

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BBC Introducing: The South
BBC Broadcasting House
40 - 42 Queens Road
Brighton
West Sussex
BN1 3XB

If you are got known to the show, or have been on before, then we are still interested in you! If you have news of an upcoming gig, a new track, or even a record deal, please contact South: Live with all the details.

E-mail the programme: south.live@bbc.co.uk

BBC Introducing: The South on BBC Radio Solent from 1900 - 2100 every Sunday evening




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