Whether you’re a fan of it or not, everyone has heard of The Only Way Is Essex and maybe the other one, you know the one, what’s it called, oh yes, Made In Chelsea.
Two completely off the scales reality TV shows, yet too captivating not to watch. Towie has vajazzling and the famous Sugarhut club whereas Chelsea has, well, too many posh people and love triangles left, right and centre.
But this phenomenon of following around groups of friends doing their daily thing has been given the thumbs up for yet another new show. Say hello to Cardiff Born, Cardiff Bred.
Over the last couple of weeks, there seems to be celebrities left, right and centre appealing for super injunctions to protect themselves from extra-marital affairs becoming public.
Who they are, no one knows, since the injunction stops newspapers reporting on whom they are, yet the other person involved is left in the shit because she/he can’t name that person, and has to deal with the backlash of the public against them, on their own.
Go Wales have been helping students find work placements for numerous years now, and Zak Lichniak is no exception. Currently in week 10 of his 12 week placement, he tells me how Go Wales have helped him in finding a placement that suits his degree.