April (48 posts)
Tuesday 27 April 2010, 13:26
Politics, comedy, Jamaican rugby and hip-hop dance theatre. That's the line-up on UK Black, a 30-minute weekly podcast of the best bits of BBC local radio programmes aimed at the UK African and Caribbean community.
This week, top billing is awarded to BBC Radio Leicester for interviews with...
Monday 26 April 2010, 13:57
Monday 26 April 2010, 10:58
Friday 23 April 2010, 13:36
Social media is good - but not that good. And we really do need to keep a grip on common sense.
Like when we look at social media's role in the travel disruption beneath the Icelandic ash cloud.
Friday 23 April 2010, 13:33
Friday 23 April 2010, 11:59
You do not have to support the Liberal Democrats or Nick Clegg or be carried along on the current poll wave to wonder, as a journalist, what was going on Wednesday in the newsrooms and editorial offices of the Telegraph, Mail, Express and Sun.
You don't have to be a conspiracists, either, to ask some...
Thursday 22 April 2010, 12:19
Wednesday 21 April 2010, 15:23
Sir Robert Worcester gave a highly entertaining CoJo election briefing on polling and understanding public opinion.
Sir Robert, the creator of the polling organisation MORI, outlined just how important he sees the role of the pollster in UK politics and why the 2010 General Election campaign came to...
Wednesday 21 April 2010, 12:47
So now the recriminations can begin and they will be played out in the media.
Each newspaper will decide first who they want to blame and pick their facts to fit: the government; the EU; Eurocontrol, the Civil Aviation Authority.
Broadcasters, with their legal obligation to be impartial, should do it...
Tuesday 20 April 2010, 11:12
Filton and Bradley Stoke in Bristol is just the kind of seat you'd expect to be the subject of a local campaign fought without fear or favour on all fronts.
A notional three-way marginal, the Lib Dems need - in these days of Cleggmania - a 'mere' 5.5% swing to take the seat from the Tories. Labour need...