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Wireless in Wales

Denbigh: 23rd September 2014.

It’s probably a sign of advancing age when you go into a museum, and see artefacts you not only recognise, but actually used ‘back in the day’. 362 more words


Whadda I have to do

I love the sitcom About a Boy on NBC.

It has the pedigree of the great Hugh Grant movie of the same name. The cast is quirky and funny, the writing fresh. 42 more words


Welcome Back My Friends!

Its been a while, hasn’t it? I’ve been busy, and I have hit a pretty rough spot in my life. Between choosing a college and keeping my grades up and blogging and writing and reading and work, I have just had no time. 178 more words

My First Broadcast

My first live broadcast will be as a color commentator in mid December of this year. I will be covering IU Men’s Wrestling against Manchester. The match will take place in Bloomington, Indiana. 60 more words


How an air-conditioning mechanic in Sydney Australia became an award winning broadcaster in Britain; Part 132.

“You don’t stay at the same radio station for very long, do you?” is what I was told before I started work here at BOB fm a year ago. 183 more words


RTE Royalty Visits the University of Limerick

Celebrated Presenter and Newly Appointed Adjunct Journalism Professor gives Broadcasting Master Class Writes Sarah O’Brien

RTE Royalty Bryan Dobson (54) visited the University of Limerick today to give Journalism students a master class in interviewing, radio and reporting skills. 332 more words


Elm Park (Stanmore) 

Broadcasting executive and producer Stephen Hearst was born Stephan Hirschtritt on 6 October 1919 in Vienna into a Jewish family. He was studying medicine at Vienna University when, in 1938, Austria was annexed by Nazi Germany. 208 more words