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Redefining the War Correspondent - Part 1/2

By Graham

Now, as things are, I’m a war correspondent. It’s a role I take seriously, yet not necessarily so for many of the supposed rules which come with it. 2,302 more words


I ::Heart:: Edward R. Murrow

“Like ghosts shod in steel shoes.”

That was Edward R. Murrow, reporting from London during the Blitz, describing the sound of stoic British feet calmly making their way to bomb shelters. 382 more words

Writing - Non Fiction

Meg reblogged this on PIGSPITTLE OHIO and commented:

I wrote this seven years ago but the sentiment hasn't really changed. I'm still crushing on war correspondents, George Clooney, and David Straitharn.

War Correspondents, Stratford Circus

Originally written for Exeunt.

Helen Chadwick and her team have been keen to avoid the word “musical” in talking about their latest piece. You can see why. 542 more words


Journalists in Conflict Areas Today & Tomorrow

Yesterday, I was in a very serious FB discussion with a group of well respected journalists and others from all around the world. The subject was “does the Geneva Convention apply to the dreadful situation of kidnapped British journalist John Cantile?” 965 more words


The Charge Of The Light Brigade

by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892)

This poem was written to memorialize a suicidal charge by light cavalry over open terrain by British forces in the Battle of Balaclava (Ukraine) in the Crimean War (1854-56). 404 more words


Helen Chadwick Song Theatre: War Correspondents, Durham Cathedral - review

for THE BLOG – 16.10.14

Song theatre performed in a cathedral? There are flashes of Return to the Voice’s epic Gaelic lament in War Correspondents… 700 more words

Andrew Latimer