This month's guest in the series 'Me & My Job' on Local Life on Wednesday evening and Sunday morning is Ian Hamilton, TV producer/director. He lives locally but has worked everywhere from The London Palladium to the Australian Outback and most studios in between. He tells Jill Burridge about his career from early days on [...]
In the latest in the series "Me & My Job", Jill Burridge chats with Pam Firth, psycho-social counsellor in palliative care about this demanding and challenging work and about other work Pam has undertaken during her career internationally as well as in the St Albans area.
He lives locally but he reports and commentates on football matches played around the world. Dominic Johnson gives an insider's view of working in one of the world's favourite sports and tells Rob Pearman how he built his career.
Tom Hammond, Principal Conductor of St Albans Symphony Orchestra and Artistic Director of the Hertfordshire Festival of Music (June 13 - 23), chats with Jill Burridge about his career thus far, in the series 'Me & My Job'. (Links: tom-hammond.org.uk; @tomhammondmusic; hertsmusicfest.org.uk; saso.org.uk)
Helen Gray, Director of the Hertfordshire Community Foundation, talks about her job and the many aspects of the Foundation (hertscf.org.uk) - including providing financial support for local charities, voluntary and other community groups as well as individuals in need, offering training courses for local organisations and volunteers, encouraging donations from local people and businesses, and [...]
Martine Croxall talks about her work as a BBC Television News journalist and presenter as well as her career path from local radio to national television. Fortunately for Local Life host Rob Pearman, Martine lives in St Albans and so was able to join him in the studio.
Helen Burridge, Manager of St Albans Business Improvement District (BID), tells Rob Pearman how this organisation is working on behalf of all the businesses in the BID area to maximise the number of consumers and the amount they spend in the City centre, thereby also benefiting the City as a whole. Helen also describes her [...]