Turas neamh oifigiúil don BBC le maide féinín! Scaip an scéal :)
BBC Production Trainee scheme is open for applications. Check it out on @BBCGetIn for more info! Cad a ceapann sibh faoin an físeán? 😄✌️ #bbcgetin pic.twitter.com/xeXvvJXrEg
— Laura Gaynor (@_LauraGaynor) December 21, 2017
Sligo’s Laura Gaynor, who’s working as a production trainee at BBC, takes us on a tour of BBC’s HQ.
Previously: From Sligo To London
If she was a teacher the students would call her Miss Gaylord .
Always happens with Gaynors, I’m aware of multiple instances. Students aren’t half as original as they think they are
Would they not go with Gloria? Or even G-Laur-ia?
After all, you said they lack originality.
Heh. Gaylord. That has gay in it. Comical.
this may resonate with persons of a certain vintage and location:
‘if there was a benny (gay person) tied to a tree, would you pull him off’?
‘are you a benny tied to a tree’?
‘no? benny on the loose!!’
simpler times indeed.
Nice one Laura. Well done on the cuplá focail, keep them guessing in the BBC.
nice one, laura
Seems the BBC prefers ‘Derry’ over ‘Londonderry’
Not BBC Northern Ireland. UTV says Derry.
Did I say about BBC Northern Ireland?
Did I say anything about UTV?
*fupp off edit thing gone again*
Or as us Gaeilgeoirs say, smúd.
Didn’t know where else to post these….
I love these videos, regardless of what team you support
Tá sí go te freisin
Yes, no, brilliant. Lovely Laura #W1A
hope charger salmon doesn’t catch win of this ….
It would only be fair if Charger did a tour of RTE HQ for us,
in the Queens English,
just for the sake of balance ya know…