It’s my final weekend in Cheltenham. On Sunday, I move out of my student house, after finishing my 3 years at university.
Today I will leave Cheltenham for the penultimate time. The next time I leave Cheltenham with all my stuff and return to Cirencester will be when I move out of my student house and go back to Cirencester. For good.
I did lots of Maths yesterday. I don’t think I’ve ever used Excel so much! With my final year grades confirmed, I was able to calculate my degree.
I’ve spent most of the afternoon watching the repeat of the European election results show on BBC Parliament. I was left a bit disappointed by the result for this region. The Conservatives lost 1 of their seats; Gains for Labour… Continue reading
In 11 days, voters in Britain choose who they want to represent them in the European Parliament for the next 5 years. The question is: What does the EU do for us in Gloucestershire, and would Britain be better off… Continue reading
I became a political interviewer for a few minutes this week – I enjoyed it! Continue reading
The It’s Not Rocket Science team do some more sport – this week: Basketball!
For the last 2 weeks, I have been one of the Presidential candidates in the 2014 University of Gloucestershire Students’ Union elections.
One of the features on It’s Not Rocket Science is called Socially Challenged: We send our 3 presenters out to try things they don’t normally do.
Now on air at the new time of 12:00-14:00 on a Tuesday afternoon, Fred Hart returns to Tone Radio’s airwaves. This week’s theme is Back to University.