What terrible news we all woke up to this morning. The BBC Radio 2 broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has died at the age of 77 following a short illness.
The Telegraph today has an article on ‘14 things successful people do before breakfast‘.
This time last year I was in Athens. One year ago today I visited the Acropolis and I went to the beach in Glyfada. When I see the images of Athens in the news and hear about it on the… Continue reading
Greece is a country with rich tradition and the Greeks always make sure to honor those traditions, especially during religious celebrations. The following traditions are a glimpse into some of the original ways in which Greeks celebrate Easter…
Wednesday’s Tone Radio News is presented by Fred Hart – here’s the 11:00 bulletin.
Last night I went to a debate on the European Union at the Cheltenham Literature Festival. UKIP leader Nigel Farage, Cheltenham MP Martin Horwood, The Times Berlin Correspondent David Charter, and The Times columnist Oliver Kamm were discussing the issue… Continue reading
In our Broadcast Law lecture at uni today we were looking at press regulation and the Leveson Inquiry of 2011-12.
This afternoon, the studios at Tone Radio were free so I took over the newsdesk and did the news every hour on the hour!
The Cheltenham Literature Festival is taking place this week in the center of Cheltenham, and I’ve got tickets to quite a few events…
If you have been following the news recently, you will know that Greece’s public service state broadcaster, ERT was forcefully shutdown by Antonis Samaras” government on Tuesday, with less than 12 hours notice.