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A Christmas Carol performed by Bay FM

CBAA News, 5th December 2013
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Fed-Up with Christmas?  Bah Humbug! Rediscover the true spirit of the holiday with one of the most popular holiday stories in the world, A Christmas Carol.

A Christmas Carol is Charles Dickens' enduring story of holiday redemption, as we follow the life of miser Ebenezer Scrooge. After being visited by three ghosts on Christmas Eve, Scrooge rediscovers his humanity and celebrates the true spirit of Christmas. One of the best-loved holiday classics of all-time, this Bay FM production is traditional radio storytelling theatre at it's best.

Tune in this Christmas Eve and enjoy this timeless holiday classic, with a full-cast, musical orchestration and sound effects. Performed live-on-air in the Bay FM studios, this is radio the entire family will love.

Happy Holidays from all of us at BayFM and the Community Radio Network.

Live broadcast on Tuesday, 24 December at 17:00 EDT. Tune into BayFM 99.9, or online. A pre-recorded edition of the production will be available to stations using the Community Radio Network satellite service - playing Mon 23/12 at 15:04 EDT through Extras 1 (DDN capture available), and then live on Tue 24/12 at 20:00 EDT. (55'50 mins).

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Station contact:

William Martin, Production Manager. Bay FM 99.9. Tel 02 6680 7999 / 04 1179 8772.

Community Radio Network contact:

Martin Walters. Tel 02 9310 2999

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Promotional materials:

Poster (coming soon)

Audio promo (right-click and select "save" to download)

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