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Student journalist. Easily amused.
I thought I'd share the fun of this lecture.
At one point he mentions Brian Eno.
If you feel the urge to #drawahorse while listening, please go to http://draw-a-horse.tumblr.com/
An interview with Professor Gordon Wilcock from the JR Hospital about a new study into Alzheimer's on Malcolm Boyden's show, BBC Radio Oxford.
ITV has kicked up a bit of storm with parents across the country. This week an episode of Coronation street showed 10-year-old Faye being smacked around the legs by her mum's boyfriend Owen Armstrong.
So I went to Summertown for BBC Oxford and asked you what you think - is it ever OK to smack...
Phil Gayle was talking about airport security this morning on BBC Radio Oxford.
Scientists at Harwell have developed a new type of scanner that could allow us to take bigger bottles on to aeroplanes.
But whether its messing around with bottles, taking your shoes and belts off or full body...
As part of the launch of Sport Relief, BBC Oxford has been visiting charities that have received grants from the charity in the past.
I went to Banbury to visit BYHP, a charity that helps young homeless and vulnerably housed people. While I was there I met this man getting help from BYHP who...
Vox pops about paying for parking I edited having gathered them on a very cold evening at Summertown car park (for more on how we covered the story see: http://audioboo.fm/boos/630343-ready-steady-ringgo)
One of the stories I worked on for Wednesday: as more and more people in Oxford pay for parking by phone, we asked whether it's worth the effort, or the "convenience" charge, and which bits of modern technology are more of a hindrance than a help.
(BBC Radio Oxford)
Sports Relief was launched today! I went to visit one of the organisations based in Oxford that has benefitted from a grant from the charity - healthtalkonline.
Here's the package I made for BBC Oxford about the website.
You can visit it here: http://www.healthtalkonline.org/
Our top story this evening, I speak to James Cannon about the extra nuclear waste being brought into Harwell in South Oxfordshire.
(My first illustrated 2-way on BBC Oxford, with clips from my interview with Parish Council Chairman Dr John Sharp followed by an interview with I lined up with...
Currently studying Broadcast Journalism MA at City University London. All opinions are my own-therefore obviously correct but likely to change on a daily basis.
MA Broadcast student at City University. Lover of evocative sound.
MA Broadcast Journalist student at City University. I will look to publish my work and other interesting items right here!
Broadcast Journo being given the finishing touches by City University's MA. Sensible amateur trapeze artist.
MA Broadcast Journalism student @cityjournalism; @RoyalHolloway English graduate; Founder of @rhubarbTV. Serial award shortlister. Currently banned from Russia.
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