Lord of the Rings feature on the Movie Cafe.
The team at BBC Radio Scotland invited me back on the Movie Cafe today to discuss a couple of my current projects, Screen Machine and ReelScotland.
I was back on BBC Radio Scotland's Movie Café this past week, discussing the re-release of Peter Bogdanovich's 1971 film, The Last Picture Show.
For the next ten days I'll be making my way back and forth to Glasgow to cover the seventh Glasgow Film Festival as their official vlogger.
I wrote on this blog, about a month ago, about a project I've been working on with Scottish broadcaster STV to bring their television archive to a new audience on YouTube. The last fortnight has seen my first major piece of work come to fruition with the release of 1979's Charles Endell, Esquire.
On Thursday I headed to Glasgow to give the talk mentioned here a few weeks ago, Now you’re talking! – e-copywriting for all your audiences for the busy team behind the AmbITion network.
I thought it was time I blogged a little about a new project I'm working on with STV, the broadcaster producing dedicated regional programming to over three and a half million viewers across Scotland each week.
The last time I posted an update on this blog I was recovering from a hectic week of Festival fun and games here in Edinburgh, that time of the year when the population doubles and your bank balance halves.
It's been a busy week-and-a-bit, my first working fully freelance, and one which found me filming new content for ReelScotland, interviewing a hero, writing about another and gaining yet another in the environs of the Edinburgh International Book Festival (EIBF).