CNN, Seville and me on TV

Back in the day when I lurked behind TV cameras in tellyland, London, I occasionally found myself accidentally on the other side. And contrary to the vast majority of the population these days who crave to be on TV, it was an experience that brought me out in a cold sweat and I swore to avoid it at all costs ever again.

Fast forward a few years, and I´ve realised that those things we avoid at all costs are the very things to grab by their horns, when they present themselves in our paths. So when CNN somehow got hold of me as a possible contributor for their travel programme CNN Go in Seville, I took a deep breath, and said yes.

A few sleepless nights and one stress migraine later, I found myself staring down a lens, pretending it was a nice lifelong friend, walking and talking, cycling with a mini camera attached on to my bicycle and basically doing what I thought was make a complete twat of myself. But actually it´s not at all bad, apart from my initial rabbit in headlights bit at the beginning, which my new compassionate self will let slip by.

I´m not alone in the programme, there´s also Juan Delgado fashion and food photographer, Rocio Molina who´s super hot right now in Flamenco, and some DJ bloke. But anyway, I think they´ve done a pretty good job for giving you a feel for the city, so I hope you enjoy.

CNNgo Seville Part 1 Taste of Seville

CNNgo Seville Part 2 A photographer´s Guide to Seville

CNNgo Part 3 a Musical Tour of Seville

6 Comments
  1. Kim Causier 8 years ago

    Well done, Mary!

  2. Kim Causier 8 years ago

    Well done, Mary!

  3. Buncey 8 years ago

    Nice job Biles. Loved it. Next stop Radio 4!

  4. Kemkem 8 years ago

    Very cool! Congratulations..

  5. Kemkem 8 years ago

    Very cool! Congratulations..

  6. Buncey 8 years ago

    Nice job Biles. Loved it. Next stop Radio 4!

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