Jen Thomas

Radio Presenter, Journalist, Blogger

There are several things that I love in life. Pizza, tattoos, writing, flamingos, woodland animals…..and radio. Since January I’ve been presenting a show called The SRA Selector, and had interviews and guests such as Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Amazons, The Pale White, Counterfeit and many more, including local heroes HECK,the gloriously named Taco …

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I’m pretty sure I could live off breakfast foods if I tried. Scrambled eggs, a full english, pancakes, salmon, french toast; you name it, I’ll eat it. Brunch at a weekend is something to be savoured, why pour yourself a bowl of sad sugar puffs when you can take the time to enjoy it? Breakfast …

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Belgo has opened in Weekday Cross, boasting a selection of 56 beers (including 4 that are exclusive to Nottingham!) moules, frites and belgian waffles. It’s the first branch to open outside of London, and people have been out in force to welcome them. I was invited along to a ‘meet the brewer’ evening¬† and was …

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I'm now a monthly columnist in the @Nottingham_Post First one was on social media legacies. https://t.co/8aUdLrq3Ng pic.twitter.com/DSSQN15GDc — Jen Thomas (@JournoJenThomas) November 21, 2015 How has it been two months at Nottingham Trent Uni already? In some ways it feels like a lot longer as so much has happened.¬† I’ve got an internship at Capital …

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I was lucky enough to be invited to try out George’s Fish & Chip Kitchen this weekend, a new establishment on Queen Street in Nottingham (that should be open very soon, keep an eye on their Facebook to check!) celebrating all things Terribly British. Waiting staff resplendent in bow ties and bowler hats set the …

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Never mind the proverbial buses arriving at once, restaurants and bars are opening left right and centre in Nottingham, and I for one am very excited! One of my favourite places in the world is Berlin, I love the culture, the food, the general style; so you can imagine my joy when I heard about …

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