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Want to help SpaceKate make it into space? Do you have any tips or tricks?
Maybe you've just discovered the excitement of space and want to share that with the world, or perhaps you work in the space industry and would be willing to explain a little about what you do.
This collection of audio will then be available via SpaceKate.com and I'd love to hear from you - even if it is just a hello! I'm particularly interested in finding interesting guests for a potential series of podcasts based around space, spaceflight, education and science - if you know someone who would be good, leave a message in this stream and I'll try to get in touch with them. Many thanks! Aim high!
The Song Academy Young Singer Songwriter Competition is an exciting platform for aspiring and talented young singer songwriters.
The competition gives them the opportunity to have their songs heard by industry professionals and the chance to release their own single.
With fantastic prizes and exposure, it’s set to be the best yet.
Judges include the international recording artist Rumer, Jamie Theakston of Heart FM, Rob Davis and Barry Mason, leading songwriters, Nicky Cox editor of First News, Christina Coker of Youth Music, Charles Hazlewood, conductor, and MP Ed Vaizey.
Winners and runners up will be announced on 31st May 2012.
Add your voice to our Audioboo stream to the UN MDG summit in New York.
The millennium development goals set out to tackle poverty, education, gender equality, child mortality, maternal health, HIV, the environment and development by 2015. From 20-22 September the key players meet again at the UN with the goal to 'accelerate progress'.