FESTIVAL lovers can make sure they don't miss a thing this summer, as Corinium Radio are broadcasting live from The Phoenix Festival in Cirencester.

Cirencester's local community radio station will, for the first time, be broadcasting the sounds of the Festival as it happens over the whole weekend from August 25-26.

Carole Boydell, Corinium Radio Chair said: “This is the fifth year that Corinium Radio has supported the Phoenix Festival but it’s the first year that we are to broadcast live from both stages. We are all really excited about this tremendous opportunity to bring the Phoenix Festival into our listeners’ homes”.

Corinium Radio presenters and technicians will showcase their talents in helping to broadcast the Festival. These include two young volunteers, 16 year old Jake and 22 year old Kate Jones who said "it will be all hands to the deck to set up the pop up studio and test the equipment but we are confident that everything will work on the day!”

Glen Moreman, Festival Event Manager said: “We are delighted to work with Corinium Radio and give the young presenters the opportunity to capture the Festival vibe live. It’s going to be great.”

You can listen in live online to the Phoenix Festival on any device by clicking the Listen Live button on coriniumradio.co.uk

In the meantime, you can hear interviews with Festival volunteers on Corinium Radio’s weekly Town Crier programme, produced by Tony Coleman.

If you’d like to get involved in making programmes get in touch at info@coriniumradio.co.uk

BBC Radio Gloucestershire will also be at the Festival with their radio car and ‘be a presenter’ kit on the Saturday only.

For full details about the Phoenix Festival visit phoenix-festival.co.uk