Become a travelÂ journalist, voyageÂ to fascinating far-flung destinations (in this case Guatemala), meet intriguing new people, and interview them for a podcast documentary...with a scholarship offered by Global Vision International. Details and linksÂ belowÂ
At least one member of the Centre forÂ Journalism newsroom will be leaping with excitement at the news that those rubbery people at Bridgestone have announced details of their ereporter competition for journalism students interested in motorsports.
I'm delighted to invite everyone to a sandwich lunch in the newsroom on Monday 2 February to hear Phil Harding, whom you will remember from our welcome week dinner, talk about what makes great radio. Phil is an ex-editor of Today (and hired Tim on to that programme). Here's a brief outline of his work
There were perhaps twenty people when we first arrived. "Oh God, we've come all this way for this," we thought.
By two o'clock, when the march against Israel's invasion of the Gaza strip was supposed to begin, there were a lot more. By the time it actually set off there must have been hundreds of people, shouting as they walked down Cardiff's Queen Street, "Free Free Palestine!"