Post-grad students Meg Rule and Andrew Collins reported on the remembrance service at Llandaff in the latest output of our busy MA journalism/radio courses.
A few weeks ago, they and their colleagues also played a key role in live blogging the debate about Cardiff’s historic buildings and mentioning it here gives me the excuse to say a belated thanks to Ed Walker of Wales Online for putting the opportunity their way.
But there’s more, in what’s been a busy month in our corner of the Atrium…undergraduate Samantha Christodoulatos guest-blogged for the Guardian on Black History Month and earned a link to her own blog here.
Creative Writing graduate Donna Louise Bishop, who studied journalism modules a while back at Glamorgan, got in touch to say she’s now a full time reporter in Norfolk and one of her first pieces in that role is here.
Another name from the past, James Winters, a Glamorgan journalism graduate who went on to post-grad study at Edinburgh, has been spotted contributing to a blog about genetics and he has his own blog here.
More recent journalism graduate Liz Rawlins is now working as a Health Communications Officer after some post-graduation adventures including voluntary radio work in Ghana which she blogged about back then.
What else? We’ve got some exciting speakers coming to the Atrium. There’s Martin Shipton, of the Western Mail. And there’s an RTS/Skillset session with John Denton – the BBC’s managing editor, TV platforms – on ‘Breaking Into Television’.
And finally… this blog has changed its name, to embrace new contributions from colleagues on the media/cultural studies side of our division. A warm welcome to them.