This is something I enjoy doing very much, I feel more confident and comfortable and you will be able to hear that in my voice, I guess. Ever since I’ve done work experience with BBC Essex Radio, I knew this was something I will really like doing. I enjoy both the production and the presenting […]Read more "My journey with Radio packages"
As part of my second year Multimedia Journalism module we had to create 3 TV pieces: a news feature from 3-5 minutes, a hard news story for up to 2′ and a piece where you are either a reporter, presenter or interviewer. As this blog is all about my university- more specifically academic journey, I […]Read more "My experience with TV packages"
Most people use Tinder, or other dating apps, on a daily basis to get laid and hook up with people. Rarely can you find people who are actually looking for a long-term relationship over these dating apps. We live in such an era where you can just sit on your couch, in front of your […]Read more "Has Tinder lost its spark?"
“I wouldn’t have got here without my perseverance and wish to succeed”, says Simina, one of the youngest trainees at the European Parliament. I’ve been talking with the wonderful Simina Tulbure about her experiences in The European Parliament, in Luxemburg. She started her new job in October, last year. Simina is a beautiful Romanian, optimistic, young lady, who decided to […]Read more "‘My journey from Essex to Luxembourg’"
But how life really was for Hungarians in Romania after the two World Wars? The Hungarian minority living in Transylvania has suffered discrimination under Romanian rule. During the Communist Era, Marxist-Leninist internationalism gave way to nationalism in Romania, and the Hungarian minority suffered under the policies of leaders Gheorghiu-Dej and Ceausescu. Stalin used the support […]Read more "How are Hungarians in Romania? – part 3"
To understand this more thoroughly let me take you back in time. In the 1460s the political developments in South-East Europe were dominated by the power struggle between the Ottoman Empire, Hungary and Venice. During the fifteenth century, Ottoman expansion became an increasing threat to Hungary, which the kingdom would not be able to […]Read more "How are Hungarians in Romania? – part 2"
People just started buzzing on the city’s streets, the night is just beginning. The sky is blending in beautiful colours- red, orange with a long, irregular purple line in it. It is a sweet, warm summer evening. Suddenly, she can hear the city’s old church clock tick 9 o’clock. As she passes by the brick-built, […]Read more "How are Hungarians in Romania? – part 1"