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  1. BBC looking at new directions in gaming - as industry changes

    Si Lumb

    Tonight the 9th British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA) Games Awards take place in London. Founded back in 2003 when BAFTA announced that it would be splitting its games from the BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards, they seek to reward innovation and excellence in computer and video...

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  2. Judge not, that ye be not judged - unless you already have an RTS Award

    John Mair

    is a journalism lecturer and former broadcast producer and director. Twitter: @johnmair100

    Oscars? Who needs all the razzmatazz when we've got the Royal Television Society Journalism Awards. I was there ... on the judging side. Last week, 18 grateful recipients went away with a plastic trophy. Many did not. But just how do you get an RTS? First, it pays to have talent and ab...

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  3. Let there be music

    Charles Miller

    edits this blog. Twitter: @chblm

    From East: To West: Not forgetting ...at home:  

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  4. My friends Arnold, Barack, Ivanka, Bill and Oprah

    Charles Miller

    edits this blog. Twitter: @chblm

    It's been quite a week... - Barack Obama invited me to sign up for a clean energy future - Richard Branson told me about the planned Elephant Corridor in South Africa - Sarah Brown is writing a book provisionally called 'Behind the Black Door' - Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay, is worrie...

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  5. Britney Spears and a turkey sandwich

    Simon Ford

    What do Britney Spears and a turkey sandwich have in common? They were the high and low points of last Christmas Day for paparazzo Owen Beanie, who spent 25 December camped outside Britney's Hollywood mansion waiting to snap the pop princess - presumably - under the mistletoe. Spears didn'...

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  6. Are you a Starsucker?

    Simon Ford

    Or, to put in another way, when was the last time you were taken in by a fabricated story about a celebrity? And were you even aware you were being duped? Film director Chris Atkins wanted to find out if it's easy to get a newspaper to print a made-up story without checking the facts. The resu...

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  7. Broken guitar, broken website

    Charles Miller

    edits this blog. Twitter: @chblm

    In case you haven't heard, when the guitar of a Nova Scotia musician got broken on a United Airlines flight and the airline refused compensation, it set off a chain of events that must have cost United far more than the $1,200 its passenger was claiming. Dave Carroll's YouTube video of the pr...

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