St. Patrick is said to have given a sermon from a hilltop that drove all the snakes from Ireland. Of course, no snakes were ever native to Ireland. One traditional icon of the day is the shamrock, which stems from a more bona fide Irish tale that tells how Patrick used the three-leafed shamrock to explain the Trinity.
Thought to start back in 16th century France. Today in France, people who are fooled on April 1 are called Poisson d'Avril, which literally means the "April Fish."
Easter is the Christian observance of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his resurrection days later. Unlike festivals such as Christmas, Easter has been celebrated without interruption since New Testament times.
St. George (died about 303), Christian martyr and patron saint of England. Known mostly for the legend involving his encounter with a dragon, saving the kings daughter and converting the community to Christianity.
One of my pastimes is visiting foreign countries. Here's a few guides to the places that I have been to and recommend for a fantastic vacation.
For people working in the radio industry then this section has loads of information that you might find helpful.
Elvis Presley is without doubt one of the most successful music artists of all time. Find out about his career and links to more Elvis stuff.
Getting your views on the topics of the day is quite interesting. The archive lists all the past polls and details of what my visitors think.
Are you thinking of changing your career ? Then here are the latest job opportunities for radio, TV and media.
Check out all these radio station webcams. Has your station got one that needs adding to the list?
As a radio presenter I love most music and like to keep up to date with new stuff. This page has some of my favourite current music videos.