Hello and welcome to another week of the Behind SouthWaves blog, it’s been a busy one! In fact, it’s been so outrageously hectic that I am a day late with the usual deadline for these posts. To be truthful, I have had a case of writer’s block over the last few days; it happens sometimes. Hopefully, I will not find it hard to gather together the words for this; let’s give it a try.
Before I start anything, I would like to wish a happy birthday to a dear friend of mine, David Snape. David is an autistic blogger, presenter and all round good guy. Back in the days of SouthWaves Radio, David was one of the first presenters on the station; I am forever grateful to him for helping out a friend. Anyone interested in what David does now, can check out his blog!
UOC Little Woman
I was really fortunate to be invited by Andrew Wright to meet the cast of the latest University Of Chichester Musical Theatre Performance Company Production; Little Women. I was sat down on the set, and asked to interview some of the principle members of the cast. As always, I was blown away by their professionalism and enthusiasm for what they were doing. This was the first face to face interview I had conducted in a while, to say I was nervous was an understatement. Luckily, I was made to feel welcome and it always feels good to promote the arts.
Anyone who missed the interview can catch up on the latest podcast of The Jamie Dyer Show.
In an effort to expand the activities of the SouthWaves brand, I am currently searching for a few volunteers to help create written content for the website. This site has been successful with the current content, but my work alone isn’t enough to satisfy the demand. For those interested in what is available, please see our Get Involved page.
That’s the end of Behind SouthWaves for this week. I know it’s a little short but there is more exciting stuff coming, just wait and see!