Features April 2012 Issue
Like bad breath at a cocktail party, no one tells you you’ve got a problem; they just won’t want anything to do with you. Follow these tips and you’ll never be “that guy” on the radio.
In the film The King’s Speech, the future King George VI stammers and fumbles trying to start a nationally broadcast speech in front of a packed Wembley Stadium. With obligatory camera shots of the red “On Air” light blinking in mockery, the prince gives up and walks away from the microphone.