The BBC Production Trainee Scheme opened for applications this morning! More info on @BBCGetIn.
Here’s a little video of my journey from Sligo to New Broadcasting House in London 😊✌️😉 (watch with sound) #BBCGetInpic.twitter.com/e5pP1Z82Az
The BBC Production Trainee Scheme opened for applications this morning! More info on @BBCGetIn. Here’s a little video of my journey from Sligo to New Broadcasting House in London (watch with sound) #BBCGetIn
Decent Gaffs is a new, completely FREE service for those renting a room/houseshare.
OR for those seeking a room/houseshare.
Your free ad will appear daily on Broadsheet and be mulled over by literally thousands of prospective landlords and tenants.
Broadcaster Laura Gaynor, whose flat-hunting experiences, prompted Decent Gaffs, will compile a daily list of tenants and landlords looking to hook up.
Consider it a TinderGrinder lonely hearts column for the letting market
‘Laura’s List’ will appear on the site at midday Monday-Friday.
So if you are looking for a place, this is how you can frame your ad (real examples).
Freddie, 21, looking for house/apartment for three people around Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin area. Hard-working, non-party people working in film industry. Honest and reliable, love animals. Can film your wedding and events. Can pay: €2,500
Shligo Shtunner,20, Male, 36 YouTube subscriber, intellectually average, lives single at home with parents, dreams of becoming a professional gamer in an appropriately sized apartment in Sligo containing at least 1 normal sized bedroom, owned by a normal sized landlord. Can pay: €700
Irish lass – early 20’s, artsy soul, hails from the north, looking to rent in Dublin city, comes with class banana bread, Can pay: €550 – 650
Send your ad to Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Decent Gaffs/tenant’
If you are renting a room or a houseshare please contact Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Decent Gaffs/renting’.
A psychological horror with a little bit of religion set on an island off the West Coast of Ireland during the 1950s.
Laura Gaynor writes:
“Earlier this year I had the chance to be a trainee assistant director on this film! Produced by Technowolf Films it screens tomorrow at the Galway Film Fleadh as part of the Irish Film Board Showcase.”
Writer: Matt Roche
Producer: Anna O’Malley
Director: Brian Deane
A few months ago you shared a video I made about job interviews. And today [at 6.25pm}, I’m going to be on TG4 on a panel for their new show GLEO talking about the video and other jobby, worky type stuff! While I was down there I made a few videos and also have some free stuff to give away….Would love if you’d check out the video (above).
You may recall how, at last year’s Web Summit, Laura Gaynor wasn’t allowed to interview skateboarder Tony Hawk but she was allowed challenge him to a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.
This year they let me talk to Tony Hawk! Here he is answering the question: will he skate into his 80’s? This video also features several tech guys and Jonathan McCrea (Newstalk, TV3, RTÉ) skateboarding! Would love if you’d check it out and let me know what you think.
As part of the SpunOut media fund we made a video about job interviews. We’re hoping that it’s informative and/or vaguely entertaining for the potential audience of 382,000 people on the live register. We’d love if you’d check it out and feel free to add your own tips!
“So we’re doing a show on RTÉ 2XM called Needs More Cowbell. The show mainly exists to play music, hassle musicians and ask the big questions. We’ve done a vlog to say what’s going to be on our show this week, would be cool if you’d check it out! Last week we did a video about Hipsters And you can listen to our show tonight at 7pm over here “