Bingham & District Audio Magazine

October 7th, 2020

Dear Friends,

I think all of you know of my connection with The Bingham and District Audio Magazine. During lockdown we suspended the magazine but we are about to start again with an issue this month. It has taken a lot of work from the technical team to be able to record the CD while staying socially distanced. Our knowledge of technology has expanded enormously – or at least the technical people have risen to the challenge while the rest of us look on. However, now that we are about to go ‘live’, we are thinking about the content of the magazine for the next few months. We have some items pre-recorded, and one of our interviewers has cracked the ‘interviewing by zoom’.

You may wonder what this has to do with you?  Well, I am writing to say that if you know of anyone who you think would be interested in giving a talk, or an interview we would be very pleased to hear from them. We are particularly looking for an item with a Christmassy feel, maybe memories of a trip to Lapland with the kids, nostalgia about student work as a Post office employee….  our remit is quite wide, but the person would need access to a computer or a device that supports zoom. If the person was willing to let someone into the house we could also record a talk. Please do think about it and let me know if you have any brainwaves – Christmassy or not.

If you have come across any of your neighbours that you think would like to receive a CD give me a call, or an email.

 

I hope you are all well,

Best wishes

Pat

 

Contact number:  Jane Roberts, 01949 839911

Email : Pat Harland <pat.harland@ntlworld.com>

 

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