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Newsnight Waldorf School Segement

Last night BBC’s Newsnight included a short segment about Waldorf Schools. It’s quite interesting and I for one am hoping that it helps to spark more debate about not only Waldorf Schools but also Anthroposophy in general.  14 more words


BBC interviews: CAMERA's Alex Safian compares and contrasts

Our CAMERA colleague Alex Safian has been taking a look at the differing styles of three recent BBC interviews with officials from Israel, Hamas and UNWRA. 31 more words


Branding Russell a “International Relations Expert”

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.


Dr Annika Mombauer on ‘Newsnight’

Dr Annika Mombaur, Senior Lecturer in Modern European History, was interviewed on BBC1’s Newsnight on 29 July 2014 for a segment about the First World War. 39 more words

In The News

Mainstream media & gaming

Gaming has grown so much and become so intricate that it often seems inaccessible to non gamers. That’s one the reasons I started this blog. But on the other hand, mainstream media often does a terrible job of giving non gamers information on what it’s all about. 256 more words

BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis to Israeli spokesman: "You killed them"

On the afternoon of July 24th an UNRWA school in Beit Hanoun where many Palestinians were sheltering was hit by projectiles of origins as yet unknown. 772 more words


Newsnight: Evan Davis to replace Jeremy Paxman

Evan Davis is to replace Jeremy Paxman as host of BBC’s Newsnight.

Davis is leaving Radio 4’s Today programme to join Newsnight as lead presenter, replacing Jeremy Paxman, the BBC has confirmed. 232 more words