Your time to shine

When your company has good news to share or you’ve been asked to contribute to a news item, if you’ve got something great going on – a new product or service, strong annual figures, a raft of new jobs up for grabs – then you won’t want to be keeping it a secret. This is when being able to draw upon your media interview training comes into its own.

Now, at BMS we’re not there to train you like a performing seal. But we can, across a series of pressure test media interviews, get you to be the biggest version of yourself you can be. Enthusiasm without absurdity, gravitas without bathos.

The media interview training day incorporates all the necessary broadcast, recorded, live and print interview training – usually with three practical rounds encompassing:


  • 1 live radio interview
  • 1 live TV interview
  • 1 pre-recorded print/TV interview


As with all of your training, this is completely tailored to your wishes and your company’s needs – we can mix and match between the three formats.

Follow the links below for more detail on the types of radio, print and TV interview interview training that we can provide:


An Overview of our Media Interview Training

Whether its trade press, local or national print, radio or television, BMS has the experience and the expertise.

We will test your spokespersons through a series of true to life interviews to see if the messages you want to broadcast actually make the cut once they’ve gone through the journalistic mill.

Your three building blocks to prepare for interview are:

  • Strategy: a clear idea about what you want to say to this particular audience.
  • Simplicity: the removal of jargon in favour of conversational English.
  • Performance: lifting your delivery so that an audience believes in what you are saying.

Call us now on 0115 955 3989 to discuss your requirements or fill in our online form to receive a quote.

Who we work with


BMS has worked with many FTSE 250 companies and their corporate communications teams to put their Gold Command team under the most realistic extreme pressure.