Posted by sean on July 30, 2005 at 9:24 am in Big Brother, Radio with No Comments


Finally Kermal has been booted out of the Big Brother house. He is the only housemate where my views have stayed the same with throughout the series. I dislike the man; he represents everything which is bad about the new contestants of Big Brother – totally fake and only in it to win it, by acting.


Somehow I don’t think Kermal shops at The Officers Club

This is unlike Eugene who, although a little eccentric, I believe to be totally genuine and although joining late deserves to win. Sparkster.net continues to support him for victory.

“EUGENE TO WIN”
Or in morse code
. ..- –. . -. . / – — / .– .. -.
(wav file of morse code)

Now onto the subject of Podcasting, this is a way of listening to previously aired radio broadcasts by downloading them over the internet and listening to them on either your PC or portable MP3 player.

The BBC are now trialling Podcasting for some of their radio broadcasts. More info on Podcasting can be found here, along with a list of all the BBC radio broadcasts taking part in the trial.

It looks interesting and I’ll probably make use of the Five Live’s Film Reviews, Sport Review and Rumour Mill as well as “The Best of Moyles” from the Radio 1 section.

Funny how “The Best of Moyles” is only 20 minutes in duration while the actual show is on for 3 hours a day, 5 days a week. Before you take off music and news (which there isn’t much of) that’s 900 minutes of material cut down to 20. Doesn’t say much for quality does it? :o)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

No trackbacks yet.

Posts with similar tags

No post with similar tags yet.

Posts in similar categories

  • About Me

    So you stumbled across my blog. No doubt after searching for something bizarre on Google. Before you hit that 'Back Button', why not stay and have a read for a few minutes?

    If you are after a website which gives advice on how to hack an iPhone X, download the latest Steven Seagal movie, or view nudy ladies, you've come to the wrong place and may now press 'Back'.

    However, if you would like a lifestyle blog, written by a 30-something chap, living in Bath (England), feast your eyes on this.

    You won't discover how to copy PlayStation 4 games. What you will find is a blog, covering life in the West Country, the highs and lows of supporting two unsuccessful football teams, while sharing a house with a wife and rabbit.

    All written by a man, somewhere on the sanity-scale between normal and eccentric.
  • Archives