#WorldAIDSDay – a day I’m proud to have been involved with @PositiveLife_NI

As I think you may have noticed there has been a lot of coverage in Northern Ireland’s media leading up today, World AIDS Day. The photo to the right illustrates how one story can have quite different articles produced in four of the local newspapers yesterday. The headlines tell the story for each of the newspapers: The Daily Mirror had “Ulster Facing HIV Timebomb – Most heterosexuals get virus abroad” The Irish News had “Singer Kennedy backs centre for people living with HIV” “Increase in Ulster HIV cases” was the uninspiring one from the News Letter. (it did look like it was … Continue reading #WorldAIDSDay – a day I’m proud to have been involved with @PositiveLife_NI

Live on radio twice – listen again

  It’s something I do nearly every day, but today it was to two much bigger audiences. This morning, I was speaking about living with HIV to the listeners of two of Northern Ireland’s biggest morning chat shows: the Frank Mitchell show on U105 and the Nolan Show on BBC Radio Ulster. The conversation with William Crawley who was subbing for Stephen Nolan can be heard again on AudioBoo.   Continue reading Live on radio twice – listen again