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Writer, blogger and producer Jon Jacob likes classical music, some shiny floor shows and all sorts of other fluff too. He's charming and modest too.
This interview forms part of a blog post on the About the BBC Blog.
Genesis Sixteen is a choral training and development opportunity for 18-23 year olds directed by Harry Christophers and supported by the Genesis Foundation.
Writes stuff, drummer, walker, book lover, Proust obsessive.
The official BBC Radio 4 audioBoo. See also the Radio 4 blog http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/radio4 and Twitter feed http://twitter.com/BBCRadio4
Reproduced by special permission of http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/mediamonkeyblog/2011/oct/06/hacked-off-alan-partridge-5live. If there's anyone left there, the original was broadcast on http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015cnm4
Dartington is a place of learning and experiment addressing some of the significant issues of our time.
Former BBC news bod turned social media consultant and trainer.
Actor/writer soon to be touring Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister: a show about my own sister's murder, BBC journalist, Kate Peyton. Seriously, it's a fun show!
I'm tall, opinionated & have a tendancy to talk bollocks. Also a bit sweary. No, not sweaty, SWEARY!!
Pro Photographer, podcaster, 80's radio show presenter, bald bloke, husband, dad, and many other things....
Original architect, dreamer & pilot of Audioboo, now creating Adio.fm. Dad of 4, wants a vegetable garden. Organic, of course...