Tag Archive: journalism

Tall Ship Sailing and Science_Radio report

Tall Ship sailing and science. Oosterschelde.mp3. Reporter: Thomas Dullard Presenter Intro: Tall Ships have long been connected to the world’s earliest stories of exploration. Remarkably, the science behind sailing with the wind and the water… Continue reading

Aussies get first gold

The Australian Uniroos have registered the first gold medal of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. It was Uniroo Samantha Mills who surprisingly claimed the honours of the inaugural gold medal on… Continue reading

TDTV_Kicking off in Kazan

TDTV is back on international turf, this time reporting on the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. The capital of the Tatarstan region has been brilliantly constructed into a sporting haven. This Universiade is… Continue reading

Kazan, Russia 2013 – Let the Games Begin

Kazan, Russia is almost unrecognisable compared to what it was five years ago. Why? It has been brilliantly constructed into a Russian Sporting capital in order to host the 27th Summer Universiade. The… Continue reading

Thomas Dullard_WIN News in Bendigo

Communication, communication and communication. That was the overwhelming message I received to carry forward if I am to pursue a career in TV journalism with a regional station at WIN News in Bendigo.… Continue reading

Seoul: “I wouldn’t change a thing”

I went to Seoul, South Korea with very little expectations. And the entire journey, from my professional development to my adventures, blew my mind, I wouldn’t change a thing. I managed to work… Continue reading

The farming fundamentals – A unique feature article on farming

(As submitted for an RMIT Journalism Advanced Print assignment) Three unique farmers help Thomas Dullard explore and explain modern day farming on the brink of harvest 2012.   There have been colossal changes… Continue reading

The Blacks own story – double premiership glory

More Grand Final football stories were etched over the weekend as plenty  will continue to develop over the coming weeks. A story just as big as any other is the dual premiership glory… Continue reading

Is Lance Armstrong a drug cheat or not? The controversy explained

Is Lance Armstrong dodging a bullet to be found guilty or is he legitimately sick and tired of pleading his innocence? We may never know the real truth, but the facts are on… Continue reading

Twenty20 cricket – Fireworks for everyone

As preparation for season two of our Aussie Big Bash league continues, it is important to embrace effect Twenty20 cricket is having on the traditional game. Fireworks, everyone loves fireworks. Twenty20 cricket delivers… Continue reading