media based work has been pretty limited to now. I have, however, done work for both radio and television.
The first programme I did for TV was never actually aired. It was a project of Ralph
Keetons done for Channel 4 and involved a clearance of a pub in the North East that was badly affected by the presence of
a young lady murdered in its door way. The religious beliefs of the girls family meant that they objected
to it being shown.
Since then I have had two other ventures
into TV which did actually make it to air. Early in 2009 I managed to get a spot on Tony Stockwells "Psychic Academy".
Although I didn't make it to the final six I still got to the filmed section.
The major one for me though came
out of the blue when I was asked to go to The Ram Inn, at a days notice by an ex "Most Haunted" researcher.
This was for an American TV programme called "Ghost Adventures". It was released in the states in July 2009 on the
Travel Channel, but i didn't think it would make UK broadcasting. That was until Living TV started airing the show late
The radio work was yet again done with Ralph Keeton and was a paranormal special that featured on Chesters Dee
106.3. The shows presenter was a girl named Irene Finney. Unlike the TV work I did thoroughly enjoy this little venture
on the airwaves.
I managed to get on TalkSport on Xmas Eve 2008.
Although I was there as a sports fan there was a great amount of airtime
given to my spiritual work.
I have sincw had the opportunity to do radio work on a more regular basis xith guest spots
on City Talk 105.9's Psychic Surgery and The Bridge 102.5's Spiritual Calling, along with the internet based