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Interview with Connie Glynn/Noodlerella

9th December 2017 | Books

Interview with Connie Glynn/Noodlerella

To her fans she’s known as Noodlerella, to her super fans she’s known as Connie Glynn.

Whichever name you know her as, the YouTuber (best known for her cosplay and impression videos) has over 76M views on YouTube so, you know, if you don’t know her you’re probably in the minority.

As many YouTubers do, Connie/Noodle has written a book but this one is a bit different… it’s fiction… and it’s really good… and it’s actually a series of books!


The series, called ‘The Rosewood Chronicles’ follows a 14-year-old called Lottie who starts at a boarding school where she shares a room with the crown princess of Maradova and inadvertently finds herself imitating her roommate so the princess can experience normal teenage life.

James Gilmore interviewed Connie Glynn AKA Noodlerella AKA Connie Glynn all about her new book and more!

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews Noodlerella

James Gilmore interviews YouTuber Connie Glynn, also known as Noodlerella, about her new book and more. (7 minutes)

Hussain Manawer meets Scott Kelly

9th December 2017 | Books

Hussain Manawer meets Scott Kelly

We would be lying if we said we didn’t think that sometimes we help make dreams come true.

When we were planning our interview with NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly (click here to watch James Gilmore’s interview), we knew that there was at least one other person who just had to meet the American hero.

Hussain Manawer is a renowned spoken word poet, mental health advocate and future space tourist. In 2015, Hussain (from Essex, London) won a competition to become the first British Muslim to go to space – a prize expected to be delivered in 2018, after he has been put through a training programme.

It only made sense to make sure that he had the opportunity to ask Scott Kelly a few, choice questions exclusively for W!ZARD Radio Station.

In his new book ‘Endurance’, Scott Kelly touches on what’s happened to his body, the sadness of being isolated from everyone he loves; the pressures of constant close cohabitation; the catastrophic risks of colliding with space junk, and the still more haunting threat of being absent should tragedy strike at home.

Watch what happened, below...

Interview with Scott Kelly

9th December 2017 | Books

Interview with Scott Kelly

The veteran of four space flights and the American record holder for the most consecutive days spent in space, NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly has experienced things very few of us ever have and very few of us ever will.

His landmark, fourth spaceflight in 2015/16 saw him spend 11 months aboard the International Space Station as part of an experiment to understand better how the human body reacts and adapts to the harsh environment of space. As part of this research, he was compared alongside his astronaut twin brother, Mark Kelly.

In his new book ‘Endurance’, Scott Kelly touches on what’s happened to his body, the sadness of being isolated from everyone he loves; the pressures of constant close cohabitation; the catastrophic risks of colliding with space junk, and the still more haunting threat of being absent should tragedy strike at home.

James Gilmore interviewed Scott Kelly exclusively for W!ZARD Radio Station.