Joe Patrick

Broadcast Journalist and Producer

Location icon United Kingdom

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The Panoptic
03/25/2018
Melbourne: 48-hours in the world's most liveable city

Melbourne has taken the top spot for a seventh time as the world's most liveable city and come rain or shine, there's always a good reason to explore Victoria's capital - even if you're only here for two days. This city boasts attractions, eateries and hangouts that after just a little taste will have you longing to come back for more.

Broad Sport
03/27/2018
Injured British soldiers begin journey to race at La Mans 2020

Two British soldiers who suffered life-changing injuries in Afghanistan could become part of the world's first disabled-only racing team to take part in the La Mans 24-hour race. Ash Hall, 27, from Colchester, will accompany Martyn Compton, 34, from Battle and 3 others who hope to get permission to race in the iconic French endurance event in 2020.

Padiploma
Italian luxury cruise liner cut down the middle to make way for new extension

A luxury cruise ship being sliced in two is not something that most seafaring travellers wish to think of when booking their next ocean getaway. But the engineers at Silver Sea are doing exactly that as they begin the groundbreaking task of lengthening their flagship vessel, Silver Spirit, by an extra 15 metres (49 feet).

YouTube
03/22/2019
Jackiey Budden and Jack Tweed Remember Jade Goody on Tenth Anniversary of Her Death | GMB

Jade Goody's Mum Jackiey Budden and widower Jack Tweed join Good Morning Britain to share memories and how their lives have changed since her death ten years ago. Dr. Hilary Jones also joins to warn about the rate of women getting screened for cervical cancer hitting a 20 year low, despite an initial boost following Jade's death - known as The Jade Goody Effect.

The Entertainment Gazette
04/26/2018
People suffering from cancer pay-out almost £1.5k more every year than parents looking after...

SUFFERING from cancer costs nearly £1,500 more a year than having a child, according to Macmillan Cancer Support, who is calling on parliament and banks to do more to help those diagnosed. According to a report published by the UK charity, 83 per cent of cancer patients spend £570 each month, over £100 more than parents who spend an average of £448 per child.

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