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What's on your Media?

  • BBC York:
    Nottinghamshire vets warn that single rabbits as pets may suffer from loneliness. :awww:

  • A vacancy on Media.UK:

    Development Assistant (Paid Internship)
    Prison Radio Association, Brixton, London - closes Friday 17 October

  • What's more entertaining than a couple of Brits chatting on sports?

    Well - it's two Scots talking sports! :lol: 😉

  • Scotland is being blown through by high (storm in places) winds.
    Black Diamond FM

  • Felixstowe Radio reported that people set ablaze the Parliament in Burkina Faso because of their 27-years-sitting president reappointing himself once again...

  • Dorset's Forest FM reports a firework factory has been blown up in Stafford*:wizard:*

  • Some "Whisper Show" on Forest FM.
    I think I'm gonna like this radio.

  • Dorset's Forest FM reports a firework factory has been blown up in Stafford

    That was no fun though. They've been saying two bodies were found, and a guy with serious injuries.

  • Nice music on Hayes FM.

  • From Sky News, Alex Salmond says there will be another, "successful referendum", and "Scotland will be an independent country".
    In such a case I'm afraid, the Scots will gonna be building some socialism - judging by their statistics and electoral preferences. :sherlock:

  • "<abbr title="I'm a man in constant sorrow">My sorrows</abbr>" on Ulster's Drive 105🆙

  • Eagle Radio:
    A Russian site has been caught streaming people's private security cameras online - those affected usually don't bother to change default passwords.

  • Listening to BBC Humberside, we've got 3 news today.

    1. Killing of cartoonists and police in Paris.
    2. Ched Evans is to play in Oldham Athletics.
    3. Britain's House of Commons' ice-cream fridge broke: it keeps freezing but refuses to give up any ice-cream. Major trouble... 💣
  • Ched Evans is to play in Oldham Athletics.

    BBC Lancashire said Oldham had revoked the deal - fearing sponsors' flee and something else.

  • A new community radiostation's online - Beverly FM (East Riding of Yorkshire).
    Mostly music - but some talkie time to time... Is it that England/Britain is experiencing some sports fever right about now or they just specialise on sports news/talkie?

  • Woman attacked and beaten by masked thugs while giving birth at home . ...


    Basildon, Essex.
    The gangmen broke into the house where there were other family members, beat the 22-year-old woman <cite title="">who was believed to be in labour</cite>. She got her skull fractured, but alive and eventually gave the birth.

    First heard on Gateway 97.8*, radiobroadcaster from Basildon.

  • Listening to Gateway 97.8 (Essex, UK), they said MicroSoft had announced Windows 10 would be the last operating system of the series. Like no Windows any more.
    They said in Basildon, the company would be doing a new brand OS.

    Surprise! :chef:

  • TV channel "Russia-Culture" and SkyNews report:
    <li>Egypt's Mohammed Morsi is sentenced to death;</li>
    <li>Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnayev, by the jury's unanimous decision, sentenced to death, due to Massachussetts's absence of capital punishment the procedure is to be carried out by Federal law (appellations are expected);</li>
    <li>the EU's first highest-rank gay-marriage took place: Luxembourg's PM wed a Belgian sculptor (or was it an architect?).</li>

  • A riddle on GTFM:

    A cowboy arrives at a town on Friday.
    He stays there for three days.
    He leaves on Friday.

  • On Radio Hartlepool, they said the UK has problems with drugs, particularly cocaine.

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