Richmond Maze Upper intermediate B2: Feeling the heat at Radio Flame, by Alastair Lane and Victoria Boobyer
Richmond Mazes are fun, interactive readers. As you read you have to make decisions and choose how the story develops.
These are enjoyable and effective ways to learn and practise English wherever you are.
What they include: ■ Engaging, fun stories to keep you entertained for hours ■ Graded language to suit your level of English ■ An interactive approach which puts you in control of how the stories develop ■ A range of lively characters and surprising storylines ■ A rich mixture of audio and colour illustrations which brings the stories to life ■ A glossary section to check the meaning of all business vocabulary ■ Lots of opportunity to re-read the story making different decisions and finding new routes through the maze.
Feeling the heat at Radio Flame You have been working at Radio Flame’s Scottish station for almost three years when you are promoted to station manager. However, you soon find out that this is not a dream move. You are in a ratings war with rivals Dubh FM. Your boss has told you that if you do not win the war, the Scottish station will be closed. Not only do you have to make Radio Flame a commercial success, you also have to adjust to being your former colleagues’ new manager, and you quickly discover that things are not always as they seem. You will find lots of useful business vocabulary presented in a natural context in this maze. As well as improving your English, you will find out lots of things about the media industry and how companies work. Good luck finding your way through the maze!