This is the 99th post on our blog. We toyed with the idea of writing something about red balloons or ice creams with Flakes in them...but we figured that would be far too cheesy and probably wouldn't make for a particularly interesting post. Unless you're heavily into those things. In which case, we're sure there are dedicated websites out there for your specialist interests - and probably some very good psychiatrists.
So having had a bit of a think, we decided that we'd use this post to promote - and get your involvement in - our 100th. And what are we doing for our 100th post? An interview! Yes; an actual interview with questions and answers and everything that's normally associated with interviews and this sentence has gone on far too long without punctuation! Phew.
And who, pray tell, has
stupidly kindly agreed to attend this exclusive interview? *Drum roll...* The one...the only...the sprout-scoffing, kitsch music-loving, pasta-dropping, Mick Jagger-imitating Man of the Roads himself: MR MARK BUCKLEY! You thought it was going to be Huw Edwards, didn't you? Sorry. Can't do that. I'm still scared of him.
Now - dear reader - this is where you come in. We need your questions. You can ask him anything. Yes - ANYTHING. For instance; you could ask him about the intricacies of juggling travel broadcasts for BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Oxford, BBC Radio Leicester, The Wave, Swansea Sound and Real Radio Wales. You could ask him what it's like to step into Chris Needs' shoes and present a show to thousands of listeners (yes - he's done that several times and survived!). You could ask him what size shoes he takes. You could ask him what his favourite type of underwear is. You could even ask him for advice...but I wouldn't recommend it. Yes - you really can ask him ANYTHING!
If you have any burning questions you'd like to put to Mark, send them via the usual channels. I'll be taking questions for up to a week - so get in touch!
This could prove to be a highly insightful, entertaining and
embarrassing enjoyable interview. It'll be what you make it...
SO GET ASKING!