Last Saturday lunchtime, 28 April, I was on Radio Gloucestershire, chatting with Kate Clark on a wide range of topics including
Where is your favourite place in Gloucestershire and why?
I said it was the top of Cleeve Hill, after an exhilarating walk to the top you can see for miles. Cleeve Cloud is the highest point in the Cotswolds.
Ever been on TV?
It’s actually three times and I’d completely forgotten the first time!
1997
Change That a TV furniture makeover show with Mark Curry.  (I worked with Liz Wagstaff transforming a piece of furniture)
2005
CBBC – XChange in 2005 where I was involved in historical vignettes as a 17th Century housewife.
2008
Tonight, with Trevor McDonald – Guest expert helping unemployed graduates get a job – led to my first book – How to get a job in a recession
We discussed a couple of items in the news including an article I had read in the newspaper on that people with dementia often forget to eat and drink regularly, and how sending out strong aromas from a plug in device can stimulate people’s appetite. Seems like a good idea but why prompt people to eat a ham sandwich after a strong aroma when they could be cooked a curry or something else with a nice strong smell.
We also discussed weight loss, and my book – Fat to Fantastic, and also my new book – Get that job which is due to my publisher by the end of the month, but I’m aiming for next week.  This bank holiday weekend will be my final read through.  This latest book, my 7th! Is for ICON books.  It’s another job hunting book, very practical, but also to include more psychology into the subject of job hunting.
Plus I answered some questions related to job hunting.  You can listen again via this link
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p00qr7s1/Kate_Clark_Denise_Taylor/
but it will only be up till Saturday lunchtime, sorry for the short notice.

Published On: May 4th, 2012 / Categories: About Denise / Tags: , , , , /

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