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All booked up...

For a first foray into writing after a somewhat lengthy hiatus (that sounds awfully familiar…*), I’ve opted for what looks like an easy set-up. Pretty similar-sounding interests, plus, I’m taking the use of the word ‘life’ in both titles as a sign**. 723 more words

SriLankan Airlines’ codeshare partnerships contribute to 2 million tourists’ milestone

The smooth functioning of SriLankan Airlines’ codeshare partnerships in the Western and Central European region contributed in a significant manner to the growth of tourist arrivals to… 415 more words


BBC partially corrects 'The World Tonight' inaccuracies

As documented here last month, the December 28th edition of the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘The World Tonight’ included a number of inaccuracies.

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A PIP assessor speaks

The following BBC Radio 4 programme has been brought to the attention of GMWRAG via Rightsnet. The link below should take you straight to five minutes in when a PIP assessor does indeed speak. 21 more words

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Me on Pauline Oliveros, BBC Radio 4, Last Word (23 December 2016)

I’m grateful to Radio 4’s great weekly show, Last Word, giving me a slot to talk about Pauline Oliveros, her life, work and legacy. My item was broadcast on 23 December. 56 more words

What is the role of the curator?

Another day, another public conversation on curating…this time between a pretty diverse and international mix of minds and perspectives. I’d be interested to know how and why they were brought together. 1,685 more words

Arts Writing

The best thing . . .

In a most wonderful episode of The Listening Project (BBC Radio 4, 04 January 2017), two sisters (aged 13 and 11 years) share their amazingly positive viewpoint on life. 68 more words