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BJTC criteria, procedures and guidelines

Feb
11

If you look in the module notes, you will find the above document. It explains everything you need to know about the BJTC. And you do need to know it. For example, you are working to their set of acceptable broadcast standards. 

And if you study the Law, Regulation and Ethics section you will find it invaluable for the essay you are doing for me.

 

 

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The 'Special One' Still Looms Large Over Crisis Ridden Stamford Bridge

Feb
10

One clear conclusion that can be drawn from the sacking of Luiz Felipe Scolari after just over 7 months in charge at Chelsea is that Jose Mourinho’s shadow still looms large over Stamford Bridge.

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Ecstasy is no more dangerous than riding a horse, says top scientist

Feb
10

Entirely co-incidentally, I happened to mentioned this issue during our class on regulation yesterday.

As I said, the argument has always been that in terms of risk of death, taking this illegal drug is far safer than riding a horse.

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Christmas blog winners and new site editor

Feb
09

Well it's taken a while because of the complex scientific rigour involved in the judging process, but the, erm, panel of assessors has finally agreed the winners of the Christmas blogging incentive scheme.

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Directly-elected mayor? No thanks, says Stoke

Feb
08

I must admit that I wasn't aware of this story about how the good people of Stoke last year threw out their directly-elected mayor and opted to have a cabinet structure instead but it's an interesting reversal. I haven't heard of any other councils going down this route but it will be interesting to see if others do. You can see and read about it here and here.

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Scolari's sterile Chelsea continue to crack

Feb
07

The Stamford Bridge pitch looked worn-out on Saturday after recent inclement weather in West London and nationally and reflected Chelsea's performance in their 0-0 draw against Hull City.

Blues boss Luiz Felipe Scolari needed to recruit some greater vitality and width during the January transfer window and in on-loan Inter Milan winger, Ricardo Quaresma, Chelsea have partially papered over the cracks.

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Dogged Hull Deepen Scolari's Mire

Feb
07

The Chelsea fans massed inside Stamford Bridge made their feelings very clear after they saw their draw 0-0 with Hull City this afternoon. As the increasingly beleaguered Luiz Felipe Scolari got up out of his seat and made his way down the tunnel, he did so with a loud chorus of boos ringing in his ears.

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Formula One's forgotten men - Part One

Feb
07

Formula One has had numerous drivers in its history who have attracted positive and negative attention. Some remain etched in our memory, the late Ayrton Senna, the British champions, Nigel Mansell and Damon Hill or the seemingly always happy Jean Alesi. Others though have become forgotten in amongst the current drivers of today. Each week, we'll revive some of the famous names in their respective eras that graced the paddock. This week, Andrea De Cesaris.

 

Name: Andrea De Cesaris.

Age: 49.

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Essential albums: Kanye West

Feb
07

ARTIST: Kanye West.

ALBUM: 808s & Heartbreak.

RELEASED: November 2008.

GENRES: Synthpop/Dance-pop, R&B.

LENGTH: 52:05 mins. 

LABEL: Roc-A-Fella, Island Def Jam. 

MY ALBUM RATING: ****

2007 and 2008 were troubled times for US rapper Kanye West, struggling with multiple events in his life which helped inspire his latest release, 808s & Heartbreak.

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Easter work placements

Feb
06

As promised, here are the details of the available work placements at the Kent Messenger Group over Easter.

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