Discussing with presenters John Pantry & Rosie Wright how Prince Harry’s fiancé, Meghan Markle’s life will change when she marries into the Royal Family, Britain’s oldest and most traditional family.
Today, 9th January she will be joining Prince Harry on a Royal visit to Brixton’s REPREZENT Studios of Radio Station 107.3 FM Can be heard here: https://wetransfer.com/downloads/c05711057e642a1b9fadfa9ec46d84cf20180109101644/2a212117e4fd5c1d6b2f0859b5266a8020180109101644/00469c
8.23am approx tomorrow, Tuesday 19th December, Mike Zeller’s morning show on BBC Radio Cumbria, discussing the never ending question of Office party etiquette… Is there some magic way to let your hair down and not make a complete fool of yourself? Or have a job to go to the following day?? It really isn’t rocket science!
I’m anticipating a challenging discussion, tomorrow on ITV GOOD MORNING BRITAIN, around 7.20am!
Debating the do’s and don’ts of behaviour at office parties. I gather I’m on with a Mom of a ‘Made in Chelsea’ Gel, who believes one most certainly can let one’s hair down!! hmm!
25th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST TEXT MESSAGE!
Hard to believe the first TEXT message was sent 25 years ago today by Neil Papworth. He certainly changed our world! So I will be discussing this with Gamal Fahnbulleh on SKY NEWS around 1.20pm today….Love them or hate them, today’s generation cannot live without them!
This morning at 11.35am approx discussing on BBC Radio Scotland with Stephen Jardine, whether a handwritten letter is the best way to say thank you plus the dos and don’ts of Christmas cards. Should we still post traditional Christmas cards or can we send electronic Christmas cards (e-cards)? Comments welcome!
Re: Daily Mail’s piece ‘Am I a Scrooge?’
I always enjoy talking to Kaye Adams on her morning BBC Scotland Programme. Today’s topic at 11.45am approx…….NOT GIVING PRESENTS this Christmas…Heaven forbid!
11.08 this morning most enjoyable interview with Richard Wilford on BBC RADIO WM on the topic of life becoming too busy for manners! re the Mail article I think we need to slow down a wee bit…. that naturally includes me!!
Off to do SKY NEWS to discuss with Jonathan Samuels, whether Text Speak helps or harms the English language! It appears academics insist it does not. They believe emojis, exclamation marks, irregular spellings and abbreviations in text messages are not sloppy or a sign of a decline in written English, according to THE TIMES
With this type of topic, when in doubt I generally ask my friend Gorill!