I'd heard of Citizen Science projects over some years and felt that this would be an interesting past time for a short spell. I noticed an 'event' advert about OW on the front page of the webpage for work (Oxford University) and realized that Chris Lintott and the Zooniversers lived literally round the corner from me. So I had a bash at identifying distant sky things...didn't really grab me, so I had a poke around OW and terrified myself with the level of responsibility towards saving the planet (I found it very difficult to get going), but fell head over heels in love with the forum where enthusiastic help, and a laugh could be had (which saved the day and so here I am still).
With the nights being long (up this end of the planet) and given the effort put into 'Star gazing live' on the beeb, it would be an ideal time to do a programme on Citizen Science. Given the number pf programmes likely about the first world war surely we could get a mention in those? Has anyone got a contact in that line? Should we not be building one up? If we got offered a section of a programme what would we present? Who would do it? If you can't blow your own trumpet who will?