More interview for your money at Morrisons?

Last night’s BBC1 schedule saw peaktime regional opt-out programmes at 7.30pm replaced by a ‘Frozen Britain’ snow special – apposite given the high-profile problems at Heathrow, Eurostar etc, though unlikely to reveal anything new, except perhaps a level of schadenfreude amongst those sitting cosily by the fire as they watched weary travellers suffer. For Dalton… Read more »

Tips from the front line for wannabe media pundits

Plenty of subject experts hidden away in the dustier corners of Britain’s universities and business schools could use the media far more effectively, to raise their own profile and the brand reputation of the academic institution they work for. The problem is that they just don’t ‘get it’. That was the conclusion of a panel… Read more »

Red or Ed?

Labour party leader Ed Miliband is widely referred to by the papers as ‘Red Ed’ for his left-leaning views, and clearly the nickname has stuck. It was a lovely moment on ‘Newsnight’ this week when shadow chancellor Alan Johnson accidentally referred to Mr M as Red instead of Ed. This sort of slip of the… Read more »