The first seven weeks…

So, how is 2018 for you so far? Some small triumphs? Some big positives? And, for some, of course, there will have been loss and sadness. Sorry. The world rolls round, our nervousness about the Korean peninsular slightly eased by the Winter Olympics; Brexit continuing to breed uncertainty and division, in the UK, Ireland andContinue reading “The first seven weeks…”

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Thank you NHS Orkney, Mrs Brown – and Amelia

If you are a regular reader of this blog (thank you) then you might know that I am a huge admirer of Amelia Earhart, the pioneering aviator – or aviatrix as female pilots were known in her day. In 1932 Amelia became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. This year, on 2Continue reading “Thank you NHS Orkney, Mrs Brown – and Amelia”

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The wonderful expanding universe of radio

We are 15 years into the 21st century and radio might seem old-fashioned in an age of smartphones, tablets and apps but fear not – radio is adapting and, in some ways, I believe, getting better. I love listening to the radio, and I’ve written blogs on the subject three times before. In 2011 IContinue reading “The wonderful expanding universe of radio”

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Radio diamonds in a digital age

  Back in November 2012 I wrote a blog about my love of radio – “Turn on, tune in, but don’t drop out”. The blog was loosely connected to the 90th anniversary of BBC Radio and my scary realisation that I had been listening for about half of those years. I made a reference toContinue reading “Radio diamonds in a digital age”

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