Louis de Bernières’ Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World at the Southwark Playhouse Some of what I didn’t see… courtesy of Jane Hobson Some of what I didn’t see… “A play for voices” say the marketing leaflets for … Continue reading
No, I’m not being paid to advertise this. I genuinely, genuinely think I’ve stumbled upon a great free recording app that all journalists should know about. I found iTalk by literally searching for “free voice recording” on my iPhone, after … Continue reading
Here’s a lesson to be learned about the legal issues of using other people’s music online. I’ve just read in this somewhat cornily-worded article in The Inquirer (and the prize for the most Fab Four puns goes to…) that a … Continue reading
Last weekend’s cuts protest were over shadowed by a minority using the march as an excuse to create havoc. All the headlines focused around grubby ‘anarchists’ attempting to make their voice heard however an aspect ignored was Ed Milliband’s speech. … Continue reading
According to the BBC people are being given the opportunity to put their stamp on the Olympic Park by suggesting names for five new neighbourhoods that are being built after the 2012 Games. Duncan Innes, who is in charge of … Continue reading
Today’s budget speech by George Osborne will split opinion- have a look at this wordle to see how he tried to win over the Nation.
The aftermath of the Japan earthquake/tsunami is still shocking the region as the nucleur fallout threatens to escalate. Fundraising and relief efforts are starting up across the world but the task on hand is massive. This audioslideshow demonstrates the true … Continue reading