DIARY: IPR chefs make PR the main course at Capital

Not many people know this but, Jeremy Weinberg, the ebullient IPR press and marketing officer, was formally a radio star. Not any old DJ, as those who know Jeremy might well predict, but the food and cooking correspondent for BBC Radio Surrey.

Not many people know this but, Jeremy Weinberg, the ebullient IPR press

and marketing officer, was formally a radio star. Not any old DJ, as

those who know Jeremy might well predict, but the food and cooking

correspondent for BBC Radio Surrey.



At the drop of a spatula, he tells me, he’d be tasting cheese on air,

grilling fishmongers and roasting the local restaurants. (No more puns,

Ed.)



For those who missed his still-remembered cooking tips, Weinberg, and

Fionnuala Tennyson, the IPR’s departing development and public relations

manager, will be at Capital Radio this Friday discussing recipes, that

is recipes for PR success. (That does it. Clear your desk now, Ed.)



The two will be manning the phones - and possibly speaking on air -

between 3.30pm and 7.30pm, as part of Capital’s Business Line Week,

explaining what PR is and what it can do for small businesses.



Tennyson’s moment in the spotlight will be one of her last high profile

jobs for the IPR before joining London Electricity in August, as deputy

corporate communications manager.



Edited by Rebecca Dowman



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