The week one radio assignment for City’s would-be broadcast journos is a tabloid-style baptism of fire, otherwise known as Hunt the Celebrity. With less than 24 hours to procure said celeb for a coherent audio interview, many tailed the paparazzi or doggedly lay in wait outside The Ivy. Thankfully the East 15 Acting School contacts book came good and I was able to bribe Blake Harrison of Inbetweeners fame with baked goods in a coffee establishment in Soho. Audio package features title track Gone Up In Flames by Morning Runner.
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