As you may be aware, including from my BBC Radio 5 and BBC Radio 4 programmes, one of many things that has been disrupted by coronavirus, is cancer treatment – both initial diagnostics, and the ongoing treatment for those of us with incurable cancer … Breakfast Show, BBC Radio Manchester Anyway, Friday morning, I was […]
This morning I was rung by the production team from World at One, on BBC Radio 4, who had heard my BBC Radio 5 Live piece, and wanted to run something similar. There is a lot of rumbling about the number of people who have missed diagnoses (anticipated 18,000-35,000), and how those with ongoing treatment […]
[CANCER/MEDIA] Talking with @StephenNolan, @SaraBainbridge, @NicMurray & @larba74 about Cancer and COVID.
Last night I spoke to Stephen Nolan, along with Sara Bainbridge from Macmillan, and fellow cancer patients Lara Montgomery and Nic Murray (we largely spoke in that order, although there’s a bit of interjection), about what it has been like to undergo cancer treatment/progression whilst the pandemic continues, how it has affected diagnostics and treatment, […]
[MEDIA] ‘Jesus Tok’: Kanye West seeks to launch Christian TikTok after being ‘disturbed’ by videos on @PremierRadio
Yes, I may have had chemo yesterday, but was pleased to be given the opportunity to comment on this story around Kanye West and Tik-Tok this morning. An extract from what I said: In response to Kanye’s announcement, Bex Lewis, Digital Marketing lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University told Premier Christian News: “There’s always someone trying to make […]
This evening (morning UK time), I had a chat with Paul Hammond on UCB Radio The conversation was triggered by the UK planning to produce a COVID tracking app (see Business Insider, or UnHerd), and whether it’s the ‘thin end of the wedge’ re privacy. There’s also an app that was developed by teams working […]