Posts Tagged ‘Carlton Television’

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This week I found a ‘behind the scenes’ video of the Breakfast Show I used to present on 106 Century FM in the East Midlands. It shows what was happening on and off the air while the songs and commercials were playing and how quickly we go from live to pre recorded and back again. […]

Carlton Television made me deaf. A couple of Craics ago, I mentioned how I took part in an interesting experiment in 2003. I’ve posted clips from it here before. This week, I came across video of the whole thing and thought you might like to see it. Craic on! Listen to the latest Mack Nuggets at; […]

Television is obsessed with taking people out of their comfort zone and making them look stupid. Carlton Television made me do a radio show without being able to hear properly, on Ready Steady Cook they made me prepare food on camera and the most uncomfortable one of all was in 2009 when Krash TV got […]

As I haven’t done that much television work, you’d think I’d remember the times that I have. I came across a video this week of when I was on ITV in 2003. At the time, I was the presenter of the Breakfast Show on 106 Century FM, the regional radio station for the East Midlands […]

In 2001 I learned a great lesson about perspective. I made a series of programs for Carlton Television called “Trading Places”, which went out on ITV. They took people from different walks of life and gave them a disability for a week. As I work with sound, they made me deaf. It’s actually difficult to […]