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Justice must be blind

Yesterday, amidst all the furore about Mohammed Emwazi, I heard the research director of the campaign organisation, Cage, being grilled on Radio 4’s Today programme about the charity’s supposed “support” for Omar Bakri Muhammad Fustuq, a well-known Islamic hate preacher who is currently being held in an underground cell in a Lebanese prison and may well be being tortured. 322 more words

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Advent IM welcomes James Morris MP for cyber security skills gap discussions

Midlands-based cyber and information security consultancy Advent IM and members of the Malvern Cyber Security Cluster have enjoyed some serious discussions with James Morris (the MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis) around how to bridge the current cyber security skills gap. 368 more words

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BBC Radio 4 - One to One, John Harris Talks to Penny Andrews about Autism

From BBC Radio  4

‘John Harris, of the Guardian, talks to Penny Andrews, a university researcher, who, after a difficult childhood and adolescence was finally diagnosed as autistic in her early thirties. 189 more words

Disability

Are artists owed a living?

BBC Radio 4’s Front Row hosted a debate last night on the thorny subject of whether artists are owed a living. It marked the beginning of the BBC’s… 17 more words

Festivals

Afurakan's new doccie on SA literature

Word N Sound CEO, Thabiso Mohare, is excited for the kick off of the Writing A New South Africa series in collaboration with BBC Radio 4.  243 more words

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Critical Evaluation

The six weeks of learning about radio has had a significant impact on my journalism studies. 

Let’s touch on the most important points of the 6 weeks’ journey. 438 more words

Multimedia Journalism

Another Milestone! Six Thousand Viewers - thank you / diolch yn fawr iawn

Thank you for reading my blog and viewing my galleries. It’s been a very good progression so far in 2015 👍

your feedback is important to me, please leave comments so that I can improve this site. 209 more words

ARTIST IAN PRITCHARD