This weekend Radio Lingua is exhibiting at the Language Show at London’s Earls Court. We’ve been demonstrating our latest content to language learners and teachers, and meeting some of our existing listeners. It’s not to late to register for the show: go to the official Language Show site, and enter your details to save £10 on the entry ticket price. We’ll post all the photos we take with our existing listeners here on the site!

Update, Saturday 16th October

We’ve had another great day at the Language Show and again it’s been great to meet lots of existing listeners and to introduce our content to new language learners and teachers. We’ve added today’s photos to the gallery.

Update, Sunday 17th October

In the third and final day at the Language Show it’s been lovely to meet so many of our listeners and to meet language learners from all over the country who will hopefully become listeners of Coffee Break French, Spanish and our other shows. We’ve updated the gallery with more photos from today.

    4 replies to "Radio Lingua at the Language Show"

    • Mourad

      Hi Mark
      Great Pics. I was a pleasure meeting you at the exhibition and finding out that you are just around the corner not too far from Edinburgh!
      Very impressed w/ the quality of your educational products.
      Will be in touch soon
      Best Regards

    • Jenny

      It was great meeting you at the Language Show. You have the best Spanish courses out there – by far. We want more!
      Best wishes

    • Jason Eden

      Ha ha – my picture is there – It was great to meet you Mark. You mentioned something about a discount for visitors to your stand for the coffee break french premium materials – can you let me know more about that please.
      many thanks
      best wishes

    • "C"

      Hey Mark, I love all the photos from the show! You all look so absolutely happy and excited; awesome. So I spoke to someone who took the North American “CLEP” (college level equivalency program) test for Spanish which I had left you and the team a voicemail about. Someone may have answered the message, I simply havent yet listened. Anyways, as it turns out, CBS gives me what I need to pass the exam. I was told CLEP Spanish is heavy on verbs. I will tell you all about it after I take the exam, because it might be helpful for people to know which parts of CBS can move them forward for this testing as you must have millions of USA listeners. Plus, you DO have the best Spanish courses out there because I have tried to sit through others and could not. ¡Hasta pronto en la computadora portatil! Carol/loveCBSpanish

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