It’s been a busy few weeks but fun nevertheless. Last Sunday (4th October) it was the Cardiff Half Marathon, where 22,000 runners took to the streets to run 13.1 miles, most of whom were doing it for charity. I’ve done it twice in recent years. It was difficult. Mainly due to the fact that my … More Teamwork pays
So today has been an exciting day at GTFM HQ! Introducing … the brand new GTFM app* So a little tale behind the app & the launch! Big Click, based in Ferndale (Near Aberdare) is a sustainable social enterprise which was launched in 2011. The idea of the organisation is to offer a wide range … More Introducing the GTFM App!
I am a determined individual. Most people who know me, know that. I annoy the ones closest to me by being a little bit too determined at times – being told not to do something and I’ve gone and done it. I suppose that’s only because they have a little bit more of a realistic … More Sound of silence
So, 15,000 riders will be heading along the roads of South East Wales for one of the biggest cycle events, Velothon 2015. There are 3 events – a 50KM race, 140KM race and a pro race – meaning many roads are closed for lengthy periods of time to allow crowd management to be installed along … More Velothon Wales – Sunday 14th June
Bare with me on this self-indulgent post of mine. Whether you like it or not, one simple song can spark a memory. It can pinpoint a moment in life, whether it be the first time you met someone, first kiss or remind you of a significant event. On the flip side, it can also trigger sadness or unhappiness. … More Sharing sounds
I’ll be writing a fuller blog in the near future … but in-case you missed the news about Radio Glamorgan last weekend! Full Story – http://www.radioglamorgan.com/2015/03/29/hba-award-winners-2015/ In addition we were on BBC Radio Wales on Tuesday 31st March at 2.30pm talking about Radio Glamorgan and our recent success! Listen here – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05nz09h (1.32.45 in)
I’ve done a fair amount of research when it comes to anger management in recent years. As a pre-teen, I suffered from outbursts of anger which sometimes got me into trouble. There was often no reasoning behind the fits of rage but by the time I was in secondary school, it was pretty much all done … More A is for Anger
3 weeks today, hospital radio bods from up and down the UK will all be gathering in the Newcastle Marriott Hotel, feasting on a delicious three course meal and wearing their best suits and dresses. Why you ask? Newcastle is this years host city for the National Hospital Radio Awards – an annual ceremony which takes … More Don’t get complacent