Friday, November 30, 2018

Jolly Jeff

Jeff Zycinski, last serving head of Radio Scotland, has written a memoir, available in January, entitled "The Red Light Zone". Here's the blurb - presumably penned by Jeff himself.

"Stop! Danger! Sex for sale! A red light can signify any one of those, but in a radio station it means a microphone has gone live: the walls may be soundproof, but in studio space, everyone can hear you scream ... or sneeze. For twenty-five years, Jeff Zycinski worked for BBC Radio and became the longest-serving boss of Radio Scotland. He made the big decisions buying a new vacuum cleaner for the Selkirk office and chaired a meeting that almost erupted in violence when someone suggested cats were better than dogs. He has a lot to say about Brexit, Scottish Independence, football, BBC bias, Islam and strippers ... but not in this book. Okay, he talks about them a bit ... mainly the strippers. An affectionate, humorous account of inside life at the Beeb. You will never buy chips in the same way again!"

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