An enthusiastic, motivated BJTC accredited journalism graduate, a self-starter with excellent organisational skills and proven experience in various media environments.
22:00 ANDDDDDDDD that’s a wrap. It’s over. I can go to the toilet and eat some food (not at the same time). Oh and we don’t have to hear Dermot … Continue reading
Billed as Downton Abbey’s replacement, ITV haven’t shied away from comparisons: airing their new period drama Mr Selfridge in the time slot usually held by the Grantham’s, Crawley’s and their servants. Just … Continue reading
“Previously on Daniel Rosney’s journey from Sarajevo to Bucharest… Daniel ended up in Macedonia instead of Bulgaria and didn’t know for a few hours. He boarded a train for a … Continue reading
Eleven months have passed since we left Birgitte Nyborg to deal with the problems in her government and the problems in her marriage, the first episode of season two opens … Continue reading
Before you read this entry, I would just like to point out that although it may seem like fun and games and even so I’m smiling like a big Cheshire … Continue reading
Described as the “unforgettable, dream games” by Jacques Rogge, International Olympic Committee president, using the slogan ‘Welcome Home’, Athens 2004 Olympic games returned to their birth place of Greece. Resembling a prison, eight … Continue reading