These are amongst the relics which exist in photo form only. I had to clear out vast piles of newspapers and magazines which was creating far too much pressure on the joists of my attic and for those I was ruthless with, I took photos to remember them. George magazine was an extraordinary thing: published … More Relics 7: George Magazine
The news that ITV is axing the Bill after 27 years reminded me of my brush with the programme. In the early 90s I was living in a hall of residence in Tooting while I was training as a journalist. One morning there was a lot of noise and activity in my corridor and we … More The Bill RIP
I was up nice and early this morning to stand in on Good Morning Wales whose regular presenter, Peter Johnson, was unwell. After the shock of the alarm going off at 5am I rather enjoyed myself. Chance to read through most of the papers and get up to speed on what the news is. We … More Wake up little snoozey.
It was my colleague Owain Clarke who named Thursdays “Dragon Day” because we pack a lot of work into a long day which culminates in the live broadcast of Dragon’s Eye at 7pm. My day starts early and I’m in the office by 7.30am, eating my muesli, drinking tea, checking emails, flicking through the papers, finalising … More Dragon Day part 1