The Radio 4 programme 'The Archers' is based around a fictitious village called Ambridge, and Inkberrow's 'The Old Bull' is the model for the Ambridge village pub! As at January there had been episodes of the programme.
"Now children, find a space". Harvest's film inspired by the BBC Schools Radio programme, Music and Movement, was be part of the 2013 Dalcroze Centenary International conference and celebrations. Originally commissioned for the ICCI 360 Arena, it received its screen premier on the Weymouth seafront during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Harvest Heritage, Arts and Media.
No, Tristram, no: Why do we need local school commissioners? Why mimic Singapore when education systems reflect the kind of society we have and the kind of society that education makes? And how well has oath-swearing worked for MPs?
Lionel Blue is a British Reform rabbi, journalist and broadcaster. He was the first British rabbi publicly to declare his homosexuality. He is best known for his longstanding and respected work with the media, most notably his wry and gentle sense of humour on "Thought for the Day" on BBC Radio 4's Today programme. He is also widely respected in the UK as a journalist, cook and author. His epilepsy was diagnosed when he was aged 57 and is successfully controlled with medication.