I am delighted to tell you that Is Eolaí Mé is starting next Tuesday 20th September, on Cúla 4, TG4, at 17.25pm. It has been almost a year since filming of the show wrapped
Filming of the Is Eolaí Mé series is well under way… and it looks amazing! I got to see the finished set for the first time last Monday morning, and it was even better than I imagined. Peadar, the presenter, has been working
What do those scientists on da telly really do?
Scientists on da telly … no matter what the report is about… the scene is always the same… people in lab coats, wearing latex gloves, pipetting small amounts
This post is the first in a new interview series looking at Science and Nature communication through different media in IrelandI really enjoy using different media to communicate Science and Nature topics to people of all ages. I am always very interested in how others communicate in these fields and the methods they use. I have come across many people who have really caught my interest… their subject, medium and most of all their passion for what they do. Through this series of interviews I hope to explore how different individuals work in their specialised area, provide a sense of what a career in their chosen field is like and above all, express their passion for what they do and why!To kick off this interview series I spoke with =&0=&=&1=&=&2=&.
|Image Credit: Jason Tammemagi
Hi Jason and thank you so much for agreeing to take part in this interview series. I have always believed that you can communicate any topic to children if you just present it in the right way and that is why Planet Cosmo really caught