Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Writer in a bus station

Sorry for the long absence. I have been having lots of problems connecting to the Internet this week. Thankfully with the purchase of a new wireless router and the helpful intervention of my son, we now seem to be up and running again.

And just in time to report about an interesting morning that awaits me tomorrow. I am to spend several hours at St Margaret's Bust Station in Leicester in the company of a reporter from BBC Radio Leicester. We will be interviewing people via the radio car. And after that we return to the station where I will have to read out some piece of new writing that I am expected to have composed - inspired by the place.

Nothing too long, I have been told. Not on radio. Something descriptive.

Sounds like a recipe for writers' block to me! If you are within the catchment of BBC Radio Leicester, do listen in. (I believe it can be accessed through the Internet.) But if you can't listen in live, I'll be sure to let you know how I get on.

3 comments:

Mike said...

Rod,

Will this be on the BBC's The Strand? The reason I ask is I listen to this portion of the BBC every morning on my way to work.

Hope all your writing is going well.

Keep Writing!
Mike

Elise said...

Hi, just wanted to leave a comment to say how much I've enjoyed reading your posts today. Best wishes

Rod Duncan said...

Mike. This lis local BBC radio. I do believe it will be podcast and I'll drop in the link when I get it.

Elise - many thanks for your kind comment.

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