So, my grand plan to consistently blog last one whole month. To be fair I think I have managed a post once a week through February, but I most definitely … Continue Reading All change and a new challenge!￼
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post dispelling some of the myths around journalism. Reading that post you’d be forgiven for thinking I hate my job, I don’t, people … Continue Reading World radio day: A love letter to radio
A couple of months ago while covering the fuel shortage for work, I had very strange interaction with a man. Now, before I go on, I’m not getting into the … Continue Reading Dispelling the myths about Journalists
Here we are at the end of January, how are we all doing? No, really, how are we doing? Because let’s be honest, this month has been a hell of … Continue Reading One month down….
This week, I got to work on an incredibly important yet often unreported story around the family court system in the UK. It’s an issue I’ve spent a lot of … Continue Reading Failings in the family courts
It’s taken me days to figure out what to write. Every time I’ve come to type I’ve hit a great big bloody wall after three sentences, deleted and closed my … Continue Reading Hello 2021….getting back into the news.
I think it’s fair to say, I do not have a standard job. There’s times radio and reporting will see you end up in some ludicrous situations, coronavirus thankfully hasn’t … Continue Reading Radio Days: A week in the life of a reporter
By 2012 it became apparent my time at Ridings was drawing to a close. The 164-mile round trip was taking its toll. I earned a pittance so after paying bills … Continue Reading Radio Days: Lancashire’s 2BR
“Those that you love, hold them extra tight, keep them extra safe, give them an extra squeeze before they go to bed or school or work because they might not … Continue Reading Remembering those lost to coronavirus
Originally written 05/03/2020 since covering this story Dylan has been given a place at Mayfield Specialist school A mum from Cumbria whose son has Autism is calling on the Government … Continue Reading Cumbria mum says SEN children are still being let down.