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Lotteries – DCMS Call for Evidence

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has issued a call for evidence on the balance of Society Lotteries, the National Lottery and gambling products in raising funds for good causes.   43 more words


Game On!

Frequently we criticise Politicians for using sport for their own advantage, but in Britain they are looking to use it for society’s.

Britain like many first world nations ware appear of the rising problem with obesity in your people, courtesy of Playstation and X box games. 204 more words


FWW toolkit from the DCMS

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport have released a ‘First World War centenary toolkit for local communities‘.  From finding events in your area to advice for organising your own commemorations, this First World War centenary programme toolkit provides bitesized facts and suggestions to help local communities get the most from the centenary programme. 38 more words

General Updates

DCMS rumours: Much ado about nothing?

The ‘will they/won’t they’ question drives the dramatic tension of the unresolved relationship between two characters from Shakespeare to soap opera. Less dramatically, and without the unresolved sexual tension, Westminster politics appear to be resurrecting the perennial ‘will they/won’t they’ debate regarding the future of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. 436 more words

The Audience Agency

Media Space at The Science Museum

I don’t normally simply cross-post here from material I have written elsewhere.But here is a piece which might well have appeared first on these pages. 48 more words


Fox Talbot – Buy Now While Stocks Last

On 11 December the National Heritage Memorial Fund Trustees meet to discuss the possible acquisition by the Bodleian Library in Oxford of one of the last major archives of material by the British pioneer of photography William Henry Fox Talbot still to remain in private hands. 1,048 more words


Jeremy Hunt request to bring forward Leveson appearance over BSkyB scandal rejected

The Leveson Inquiry has ruled out Jeremy Hunt giving evidence within the next week, after the culture secretary requested an earlier-than-scheduled appearance to fend off claims of impropriety over the BSkyB takeover. 356 more words