Meet The Bloggers

Mark Savage meets some of the new voices on the internet - people who have made their mark by writing a blog or online journal.

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01Ticket Tales20060829

Mark Savage meets some of the new voices on the internet - people who have made their mark by writing a blog or online journal.

Featuring: Little Red Boat - the whimsical musings of blogger Anna Pickard on what it is to be Anna Pickard, living in the South East of England.

Plus, The London Underground Tube Diary - Annie Mole's irreverent and informative blog about the London Underground system.

02It's Personal20060905

Featuring slices of life in Paris by single mother Petite Anglaise, who shares custody of her daughter 'Tadpole' with her former partner 'Mr Frog'.

Plus, ex-pat Zoe (divorced, two daughters, one son, one boyfriend) is upfront and personal about her household in a suburb of Brussels (described as a mixture of The Osbornes, Absolutely Fabulous and The Family).

03That's Entertainment20060912

Featuring The Daily Bleat, columnist James Lilek's own take on life in America seen from his home in Minneapolis; and Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, from Los Angeles, with their snarky assassination of celebrity fashion victims who parade themselves on the red carpet.

04It's Political20060919

Featuring 'Instapundit' - one of the biggest political blogs in America, written by law professor Glenn Reynolds from Knoxville, Tennessee; and 'Horsesass' - local political activist David Goldstein, from Seattle, gives what he calls the 'Straight Poop on Politics and the Press'.

05 LASTIn Sickness And In Health20060926

Featuring 'A Little Pregnant' - the madcap misadventures in infertility, pregnancy and parenthood, written by Julie who is married to Paul and lives in a small town in New England.

The couple conceived their son Charlie after four rounds of IVF and many complications along the way.

Plus, 'Random Acts of Reality' - the journal of Tom Reynolds (not his real name); an ambulance worker who blogs about his shifts in East London.