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Robert Halfon MP for Harlow steps in to help Big Ear Radio

Rt. Hon. Robert Halfon MP Chair of the Commons Education Select Committee   Has stepped in to assist Big Ear Radio in an attempt to advance the progress of registration as a CIO Company with the Charity Commission in the UK.   Registration is essential if we are to be able to pursue sponsorship and donations, essential to...


The Charity Commission - Failing in it's duties

Setting up a new charity is expected to be a precise and well regulated process, such things take time, that is only to be expected. What used to apparently take around 4 weeks is now expected to take 16 - 20 weeks. Quite a difference - but tolerable to a point. Incompetent or under funded? At the time of writing we...


Be a part of the Big Ear Radio Team

Have you ever wanted to get into Radio? Especially a station that is different, globally reaching and with an important mission? Big Ear Radio is looking for bright and enthusiastic volunteers to help us as we build the world's most important unifying platform dedicated to influencing the social integration of those living with a disability or disadvantage, into society. We want to...


We're so sorry!

Our Emails had a glitch! We only just discovered that we've been having a problem with incoming messages. Basically they've been ending up in a SPAM folder and not reaching our desk. We are so sorry about that and we will be checking on every message awaiting a reply and getting back to you ASAP! Needless to say, as soon as we realised...



  Roland Chesters writes... I have a confession to make.  I was asked to write a piece to mark Disability Pride about a month ago.  And I sat on it.  I prevaricated.  Because I didn’t know what to write.  The concept of ‘disability’ and ‘pride’ was an alien one to me. July is Disability Pride month. But, for me,...

Martin Warrilow

Martin "The Warrior" Warrillow "Stroke Survivor" to join Big Ear Radio

You always hear about life-changing moments? Mine was in 2013. Only 49 years old. Husband. 30 years in journalism. I collapsed while crossing a busy road in Tamworth, with half of my body paralysed; I crawled to the kerb, sparing only seconds from being hit by a passing bus... I'd had a stroke! Stroke is a leading cause of...


Introducing: Flutterby the Butterfly

Big Ear Radio is known as "The Station That Listens to You", why? Let me tell you. Big Ear Radio operates as a Not for Profit Charity. We trade to generate income so we can deliver programs and content to encourage improved social integration, for all living with a disability or a disadvantage. All profits, above our running costs, are distributed...

Annette Caster

Annette Caster our virtual voice with the news

Radio stations need a lot of voices and we are lucky to have so many great volunteer presenters to host our shows, but we always need more. It's also important to have the right voice for each task, not everyone is suited to everything. So, we had to think of a way we could increase our portfolio of voices quickly and...