Posts Tagged: MFR

End of an era for MFR, plus bike rage and ballet

All change at MFR Have you heard the news from MFR? From next month it will be all-change for the ‘North’s Number One’ as Breakfast’s Dan and Grace bow out to make way for Jodie McCluskie. I am thrilled for Jodie – she’s a wonderful woman, a passionate and dedicated broadcaster, and has an ease… Read more »

For the love of local media

For the love of local media If you’re reading this, you’re already winning; you’re consuming local media. In an age where any news outlet can be accessed, 24/7, from any hand-held device in the world, you have chosen to check-in with what’s happening here in the north of Scotland. Welcome. It’s good to have you… Read more »

Who would be a farmer these days?

Who would be a farmer these days? It was a question I posed at the Drumossie Hotel, Inverness last week to a room full of invited guests – farmers, rural business owners and food producers – at the launch of a new initiative which aims to reconnect consumers with the people who grow and rear… Read more »

Stirring up memories of The Beautiful Game

I’ve never been to a football match so I haven’t experienced first-hand the camaraderie and sense of belonging that comes from being part of a loyal following. I can only imagine the shared elation, tension and despondency, influenced by how well (or otherwise) things are going on the pitch, although I have witnessed the feelings… Read more »