Newspaper Club on the Radio

It’s been a busy week for Newspaper Club. Slowly we’re pulling things together, but it feels a bit like for everything that gets ticked off the list, another two more things get added. The only way to tackle that it to prioritise, deadline and get on with the right stuff. And that’s what we’re doing.

So it’s a well deserved weekend, and we’re all enjoying some downtime. I’ve been careering up and down the Norfolk Broads, trying to dodge motor boats in our little canoe. It’s harder than I remember to keep it in a straight line, but we had an excellent, albeit soggy time.

Just before 5pm I dragged myself out of the water, grabbed a polystyrene cup of tea and sat down to listen to BBC Radio 4′s Saturday PM.

It was a short piece about changing face of newspaper printing, the romance and beauty of the medium, and where it might be heading. Newspaper Club is featured, along with the word “flong“.

You can listen to it with the player below, or download the MP3 directly.

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  1. Mon, 26 Oct 2009 at 10:10 am
    Matt Noble Permalink

    ha, congratulations guys, thanks for putting up the cut down clip, got to be great publicity, wow a newspaper for a wending is an amazing idea!

  2. Mon, 26 Oct 2009 at 6:37 pm
    magCulture.com / editorial design Permalink

    [...] There’s a buzz building about the Newspaper Club. Heck, even Radio 4 are on their case. [...]

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