[MEDIA] ‘Keep calm: The story behind the UK’s most famous poster design’ for @CNNStyle

The other week, I had a very enjoyable chat with Jacopo Prisco from CNN Style, and yesterday, the story posted: It's a pretty good representation of the conversation, although "the "Keep Calm" version never left the warehouses.", as it was distributed around the country, just never officially sanctioned for release on the billboards. Also clarify that A.P. Waterfield definitely provided the text for 'Your Courage' poster, but it's not clear who wrote the words for this…

[MMU] 7 Questions on Becoming a Media Expert for @business_mmu

Over the last few years, I've been fortunate to engage with some good media coverage related to my research, so was asked to respond to a few questions by the MMU press team, to encourage others to take up the opportunity too. The questions were: How has the training helped you and how have you applied what you have learnt? Why is talking to the media important or useful to you as an academic? How…

[MEDIA] BBC Local Radio Series re: Children, Internet, Faith & Pornography

On Sunday morning I was asked to contribute to a number of BBC local radio programmes with regards to this brief: This week a survey of 700 children revealed deep concerns about children and pornography.  12% said they’d taken part in explicit sex films or photos – and one in ten 13 year olds were worried they were addicted to porn.  Well what can be done to protect children and what role can faith communities…
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