Williams Walks, Interviews for a Cause

Recording for radio and raising money for charity
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Philip Williams has a plan. He is walking the British coast (est. 5,000 miles) interviewing the locals.

The accumulated material will be used for a radio series (along with a book), tentatively titled, “Characters on the Coastline.” The underlying goal, however, is to raise money for the British charity, the Alzheimer’s Society.

Yellowtec is calling attention to his walk and to his use of a Yellowtec iXm handheld digital recorder. The iXm is a battery-powered microphone-style recorder that records to SD cards. It also offers interchangeable heads.

He told the company: “Portability is vital when you are backpacking so I was keen to record direct to flash memory.”

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