I don’t really know much about the world of working in telly, beyond what goes on at New Broadcasting House, the home of BBC News. For Christmas last month I was given a book – ‘1000 things to do in… Continue reading
All part of my plan to make use of my car to get out and about a bit more during my free time, I travelled up to Birmingham yesterday, in order to visit the BBC studios there.
In the last couple of weeks Jeremy Clarkson has left the BBC following a ‘fracas’ with a producer.
The BBC has pretty much nothing left which could be considered, uh, Right. Clarkson was an exceptionally brilliant presenter (and will continue to be so elsewhere, one suspects), but whatever the rights or wrongs of this latest ‘fracas’, the BBC… Continue reading
“The most important story of the week was that a fat middle aged man did not get his dinner.” – LBC presenter Nick Abbot on Jeremy Clarkson.
£145.50 a year works out as £12 a month: the BBC is very good value for money. Continue reading
Friday was the final day of the University of Gloucestershire’s first Media School Festival and the day of the Radio Production students’ visit to London for tours Broadcasting House, Radio 2 and 6 Music.
Last night was of course the annual Eurovision Song Contest, and this year’s event was held in Malmö (not the umlaut) after Sweden won last year.
I’m a massive fan of the BBC’s Yes, (Prime) Minister series – I have the DVD box set at home and watch it regularly. So, as you can imagine, I was very much looking forward to the new series –… Continue reading
Great news for those who, like me, are huge fans of the British TV sitcom Yes, Prime Minister: the show returns to our TV screens in just over a week.