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BIOGRAPHY:   Bob Tomalski  - Journalist and Broadcaster

Bob Tomalski is a technology journalist and Group Technical Editor at WV Publications. WV Titles include What Video & TV, What Satellite, What Cellphone, Camcorder User, Computer Video, Video Camera, and Home Cinema Choice magazines.

Aged 44, Bob is also a familiar voice on broadcast media. Since 1988 he has been a freelance commentator on technology issues and has been heard on all the national BBC networks. Programme credits include 'You & Yours' on R4, 'The Big Byte' on R5, 'The Debbie Thrower Show' on R2 and 'Music Into The Millennium' on R3.  He has also been a contributor to BBC News & Current Affairs - both for radio and TV- and a is a regular face on 'BBC Breakfast News' . He has just finished a series entitled 'Wired For A Week' for BBC Radio 4.

Commercial radio experience includes many years as a regular phone-in 'expert' for LBC in London, as well as contributing to Radio Mercury and Thames Valley FM. Since the launch of Talk Radio he has been heard on programmes hosted by Moz Dee, Sean Bolger and Michael Van Straten. Currently he presents a technology slot for that station each Saturday morning.

Bob Tomalski is a self-confessed 'early adopter'. "Whether its recordable CD, a digital camera or a DVD player, I'm a sucker for buying them first" he says. "I frequently buy gadgets when I am off on my travels to Japan and Hong Kong". I often have samples of equipment, long before UK distributors. It's the only way to stay ahead in the competitive world of consumer electronics".

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Here's my living companion. She's a fluffy 12 year old pussycat.  Her name is 'Michi' which is short for 'Nakamichi'. Yeah I named her after a tape deck. (Sad eh?)

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I'm interested in many tecno-related things, such as video editing, ham radio (my callsign is G6CQF), diy projects, real ale, cooking, travel and making new friends via Internet.

If ever you fancy a chat my ICQ number is 2654158

Here's my ham radio transceiver. It's a Yaesu FT736. It covers 2m/70cm/6m amateur radio bands

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