DJ Radio Script Sample

Have you ever wondered how radio DJs think of what to say when they’re on the air at a radio station? Read these radio script samples!

In the vast majority of cases, especially on music radio, the radio DJ will simply think of something to say from the top of their head. If you’re just getting started recording your own radio show or presenting live you may find these DJ radio script samples helpful – feel free to use them.

Filling up airtime is an art form! Even two minutes can seem like a very long time indeed when you’re behind a mic, while just a few seconds of silence can feel interminable. So if you are wondering how radio DJs dream up what to say once they’ve gone live at a radio station, without repeating themselves unduly, you’re certainly not alone. Coming up with witty remarks, banter or anecdotes can appear quite the challenge when you’re doing it on the fly. Everything has to flow naturally and apparently effortlessly for the listener, with smooth transitions into and out of songs or other different elements of a broadcast. And it can all seem especially daunting if you’re new to presenting. 

In most cases, there won’t be a script as such, but the radio DJ will just think of something to say off the top of their head. Most shows will have a structure of sorts, however, so the broadcaster will know what to introduce and when, although some degree of repetition is probably inevitable. If you’re just getting started recording your own radio show or presenting live, you may find the DJ radio script samples below helpful – feel free to use them in your own broadcasts. 

DJ Radio Script Samples

  • It’s another snowy Thursday evening and here’s another trip down memory lane with Rick’s Classic Rock here at ABCD, the voice of Beantown Radio.
  • We have the Rolling Stones on tap tonight along with a little Steppenwolf and a healthy serving of Led Zeppelin. So let’s start the evening with a perennial favorite, “Stairway to Heaven.”
  • You just heard Stairway to Heaven. More than 40 years after its release, this remains one of the top influences on rock music.
  • The snow’s really piling up out there. I can hear a few thousand students chanting, “snow day” and a few hundred parents crying. I don’t mind the snow. This is the only time of year when my yard looks as nice as the one next door.
  • You are listening to Rick’s Classic Rock on ABCD, the voice of Beantown Radio. Next up is a song sure to make you forget all about winter for a while – Born to Be Wild.

How Radio DJs Improve Their Shows?

Every radio DJ strives to make their show as best as possible. Radio jingles are a big part of that! Having well produced radio sweepers can make your show more memorable to the audience. If your budget is tight take a look at instant downloads from our catalogue. Those high quality radio jingles have been scripted and produced to the highest standard. All you need to do is add your radio ID or DJ name to make it truly yours!

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21 Responses

  1. Im planning to apply for a work ad dj and i want sir to ask for some tips on how to become a goog dj.thanks sir

  2. HI MIKE, ITS DAVIS IN UGANDA-EAST AFRICA. JUST WANT TO KNOW THE STEPS TAKEN TO PRODUCE SUCH GOOD SOUND AS ASLEIGH’S AND REBECCA’S AS IT IS IN THE VOICE OVER SECTION..i have been off for some time but am back and wanna start practicing..It will thanks …

  3. Hi sir just wanna ask something for another alternative and simple introductury word of a Dj It would be a great help if you gonna read this message . Thankyou so much 🙂

    1. Hi, we’re not quite sure what you are looking for. We don’t provide free DJ scripts, only samples 🙂

  4. Hello Sir, this is Virgie from Bohol, Philippines. I just wanted to ask a favor to please furnish me samples as many as you can, script for a dj doing program in a radio and cable tv. Thank you so much and more power. God bless.

    1. Hi, right now this is the only sample that we have. Feel free to contact us if you’d like us to help with more. Thanks!

  5. Hello, thank you for this platform. I am 8 years old and I need some sort of tips that will help me be a better presenter on radio. I need help especially with how to greet my audience and concluding the show. I most start with ” Hello, you’re welcome to another edition of …..

    1. Thank you for your message Benny – wishing you best of success with your path. I am sure you will find plenty of good resources around on our website – we regularly publish those.

  6. At times djs do mention a few words on their show
    i need help on what words to use
    thanks

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