New Media Opportunities in Birmingham

Delighted to attend the Digital Media Business Cluster event at the Mailbox. The organisation formed out of the ruins of the old regional development agency cluster group has some grand ambitions for the ‘region’. Essentially it seemed the event was promoting the new ‘apprenticeships’ in creative and media with several competing groups in attendance.

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Marion Leigh Meets James Whale

Delighted to take the author of the Politician’s Daughter – Marion Leigh to be interviewed by James Whale at BBC WM. I wanted to bring him to Birmingham over twenty odd years ago when he was still at Radio Aire in Leeds and spent an entertaining evening and night up there and sat in on

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Is TV for Birmingham under threat

When we applied for the licence to run TV in Birmingham we believed our formula was right, the team was right and that we could make a success of it. I am concerned about the future of local TV in Birmingham the article by Jon Griffin in the Birmingham Post suggests that CityTV run by

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Music from Athens

Before the Table dancing!

Some musical moments stimulated by the arts and talents of Dimitris with the halo at the top of his head! A great evening’s entertainment – Greek food and wine. The local were pleased as they beat Romania 3-1 and we were a stone’s throw from the ground as well as

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Educ-Arts is up and running

The Acropolis at dusk

A brilliant setting for the inaugural meeting of Educ-Arts in Athens some stimulating discussion to ensure a number of successful outcomes in the world of education and in the field of culture and arts. This is just the beginning of a journey that we all believe will bear fruit within

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