I’ve only just come across this article published in The Herald in June this year about comments made by veteran BBC presenter Jeremy Paxman in which he talks about the hate that’s being stirred up by a section of Scottish ‘Yes’ voters against the English, and for which he was severely criticised. 92 more words
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Poetry came into the spotlight recently when Jeremy Paxman, chair and judge of the Forward Prize 2014 – one of the most prestigious poetry awards in the UK – suggested that… 931 more words
‘Nothing would ever be the same in their lives and nothing was ever the same in the life of the country.’ 100 years to the day, … 595 more words
The lofty self-aggrandizing multimillionaire anarchist has decided to use Fox News as a vehicle to make clear his views on the Israel Palestine conflict.
The comedian turned film star of such classics as Arthur, Get Him to the Greek and Despicable Me has spoken openly about his drug addiction and has used his celebrity status pro bono to raise awareness and address the House of Commons. 336 more words
Thinking about Jeremy Paxman’s recent comments on poetry, it occurs to me that they’re as apposite when applied to that other great art form, social media marketing, whose self-confessed grail is, borrowing Paxman’s phrase, ‘to engage with ordinary people’: 63 more words