was tasked by the University of York to record a vlog talking about getting involved in societies. So, I chose two – University Radio York (URY) and York Student Television (YSTV). It was longer than the 2 minutes they wanted, so here’s the extended cut!
A fan of terrible jokes? Izzie and I squeezed in a whole lot of them to add a bit of colour to the script for the annual Love York Awards, recognising the achievements of students at the University of York.
It’s Eurovision Week! Matt joined me in the proper studio as I changed hands with Sophie and Romilly to ensure only two were present in the studio.
It’s Eurovision Week! To start off, Matt joined me via video link in a cupboard, and Michael and Kyle were in the actual studio reacting to the first semi-final.
A special live episode recorded live and filled with technical difficulties! But we had fun – and that’s the main thing…
I floor managed ERN: The After Show, part of the YUSU Elections Results Night 2021 coverage – so, you won’t see me, but I was behind the scenes working my magic…
It’s the first YSTV Arts and Crafts! I appear as a contestant alongside Musti as Stirky sets us things to draw, and Sophie shows us how to actually draw them.
It’s mocktails week on YSTV on the Rocks. I join fellow guest Niamh in the capable hands of Joe and mixmaster Sophie to create alcohol-free beverages. Tune in for experiments with ginger and live-tweeting from Niamh’s mum!
Highlights of SUTV’s coverage of 2020’s Virtual Varsity on Wednesday 29th April
Highlights of SUTV’s coverage of the Swansea University Students’ Union Election Results live from Fulton House on Friday 13th March 2020
Please don’t watch this – it’s a waste of everyone’s time! I filmed it in the early hours of the morning – and I’ve not even watched it all the way through!
Let me oblige you with thirty seconds showcasing some random clips from my new film about my placement year at ITV. When’s this big video coming out, then? It’s coming soon, don’t worry! In fact, here’s thirty seconds to tempt you with what’s to come sometime this winter 2020…
Part two of the Computer Science Diaries
The excuse I’m using is that I was made to do this – so, don’t blame me. Plus, for goodness’ sake, put on the subtitles!
This wasn’t meant to ever be released – it was just a spur of the moment thing for my good pal Hubbard(ino). But now you get to enjoy it – so, please do!
The modern masterpiece that took a very long time to make. I can’t and won’t apologise if it gets stuck in your head. It was your decision to watch it after all…
Want a 30-second preview for the fêted music video? You probably don’t anymore. But maybe you did pre-August 2015.
10 seconds of the song that people literally stop to tell me about. And before you ask, no – watching this doesn’t count as watching the actual video!
Stuck on analysing poetry for your English exam? Well look no further for any help, as there’s some here! On a Wednesday morning, groups of us were set a task to produce revision resources for GCSE English. What resulted was this masterpiece – written and presented by Sebastian Kozłowski and starring Shazon Miah. Conflict Poetry Crossword: Click here
This is the second ‘Evening Piano Session’! I’m continuing on with the theme of ‘firsts’ with ‘Burning’ by Ludovico Einaudi. For this piece, I used the strings setting as an accompaniment for the middle part. Enjoy!
This is the first ‘Evening Piano Session’! I’ve started off on the theme of ‘firsts’ with ‘I Giorni’ by Ludovico Einaudi. ‘I Giorni’ was the first piece I heard by Einaudi and I’ve decided to share it with you. Enjoy!