Why Do We Do This Job?

Last week I wrote a blog post with the same title as this, however I removed it from my site before it had the chance to be there for even 24 hours.  I did this reluctantly, as an interesting debate had started in the comments section, however I felt that the post did not accurately […]

The Innocent Son #100WCGU

Mr Wogan’s soft Irish lilt echoed out of my radio like a gentle ripple, his evocative tones bringing me back to my childhood memories of the Emerald Isle. He sounds just like my father did. Things were different back then.  Mammy stayed at home to look after her brood of nine (I was the oldest […]

The Guilty Son #100WCGU

“He meant nothing untoward!” she shouted. Kyle was the fifth of Mrs Jamieson’s brood of seven to get into trouble with the police.  Like his older brothers, he had caused panic at the football match by brandishing his knife.  This sent a ripple through the crowd and before it could be controlled, full scale pandemonium […]