You read that title right. BBC Radio Sunderland are going to interview me about my blog and how it is full of, well, mackem life!
For those who don’t know, BBC radio Sunderland is very new, and is currently only a couple weeks old. The fact that our city has a BBC radio station says a great deal I feel about this city and where it is going.
This interview will be aired on Monday 1st February at 10:35am. If anyone is about at that time I would love it if you could tune in!
Of course the most important thing you need is to know how to listen. You can tune in on DAB radio, or listen through your device through the link below!
Thankfully, the interview was pre recorded so I was up nice and early (for the first time in 2021!) for phone call with Tamsin Robson. After this phone call, I honestly sat and thought about all the things I should have said. Even though I wrote down loads of things I wanted to say, half of it did not get used. It’s so easy to critique yourself after something like this! I just hope I don’t sound too mackem!
For anyone who couldn’t listen live, the interview is available below to download and listen to it.
But thank you to anyone who listened, and I really appreciate your support as without it, I wouldn’t be talking to Tamsin on radio!
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