You’re reading this so… congratulations you’ve made it to the end of 2020. ‘2020’ is commonly used to describe ‘perfect vision’ or a ‘form of cricket’ but from now on it’ll also be known as the year that shook our lives in every single aspect, work, home, literally everything! Pretty much all of us have … More So long 2020!
A few of my thoughts… … More The Mixed Emotions
The last few weeks have been tough. First and foremost, it’s okay to not be okay. A few weeks ago, I had a phone call to tell me that a long term friend of mine had died. After seeing him a few days before, It was inevitable but so soon was still a shock. Now … More The Missing Link
#Hashtags and likes have taken over our lives in recent years. First it was Facebook. Then Twitter joined in. Then the likes of Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat were welcomed to the party. Then a multitude of other networks bashed down the door of intrusion to have an insight into our lives in one way or another. … More Let’s talk about Social Media
It was a good start to 2018. Within moments of the clock striking midnight on January 1st, an email from the Hospital Broadcasting Association dropped into my inbox with the nominations for the National Hospital Radio Awards. I was pleased to see that Radio Glamorgan had been shortlisted as one of the Top 10 in … More National Recognition for TCT Takeover
No mirrors needed here to look back at the last 12 months. I wanted to sum up 2017 in one sentence, but I’m really struggling for a number of reasons. Like for any person, every year there’s ultimate highs and deep down lows but here now, I’d rather choose to reflect on the positives than … More 2017 – A Short Reflection
Radio and TV. Radio. TV. Or both? Just some of my thoughts. … More Presenter of a kind
A lovely article written about the collaboration with Radio Glamorgan and Teenage Cancer Trust – which has now been going for a year!