What I Learned About Television Broadcasting from My Interview on That’s Oxfordshire TV

leo 2 days old   With thanks to Debbie, whose lovely blogpost says it all! The excuse: we’ve just become grandparents to the gorgeous Leo and our time is being stolen … hopefully not for too long though, I have a book to write … Includes video of our interview …

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Photo of Mari Howard reading before an audience My author friend Mari Howard reading her poetry at the first Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival last year
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A post about my recent appearance on That’s Oxfordshire TV

Just before I went away for my summer holidays, I had the pleasure of taking part in a television chat show for a local cable TV station That’s Oxfordshire, thanks to the kind invitation of my author friend Clare Weiner, who writes as Mari Howard.

I’ve known Clare/Mari for several years, we read and enjoy each other’s books, and she’s been a staunch supporter of the Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival, where she’s spoken on panels and read from her novels and her poetry. We were therefore able to talk on the same wavelength (if you’ll excuse the broadcasting pun) when interviewed by presenter Eve Ahmed.

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3 thoughts on “What I Learned About Television Broadcasting from My Interview on That’s Oxfordshire TV

  1. Sandy McGrath August 17, 2016 / 2:31 pm

    Clare, thanks for sending this out. And please tell more about the grand baby!


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  2. MariHoward August 17, 2016 / 6:10 pm

    Hi Sandy, Yes, Leo is Nicky’s baby … he was born on 9/08/16 his due date!


  3. lynne August 17, 2016 / 6:19 pm

    Great tv interview, what a lovely thing to keep!! Sweet baby too! 🙂

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