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Bunkers, Brutalism and Bloodymindedness on iplayer

For a limited time only the first episode of the two parter about brutalist architecture  – Bunkers, Brutalism and Bloodymindedness – is on iplayer. I don’t know why only the first part is being shown – only the BBC schedulers would be able to provide the answer.       https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b03vrphc/bunkers-brutalism-and-bloodymindedness-concrete-poetry-with-jonathan-meades-episode-1  

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The Champions Fund

The Champions Fund – The Time To Change Campaign – MIND

A short film about the Time To Change campaign which aims to remove the stigma attached to mental health issues. It highlights the work of ‘Champions’ staging events to challenge ingrained attitudes to mental illness.

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Jonathan Meades on Jargon – Reviews

https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/may/27/jonathan-meades-jargon-review   https://inews.co.uk/culture/television/jonathan-meades-on-jargon-bbc4-review-an-hour-of-erudite-bile-in-the-great-english-tradition/

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Jonathan Meades on Jargon – Twitter reaction

Thank you @BBCFOUR for Jonathan Meades on Jargon – this is what I want from television, and I'm not surprised its BBC Four that provides it for me. Thank you, more please. — Michael Fawcett (@durhamfan71) May 28, 2018 The art part on the new Jonathan Meades programme is so fucking good. All art twats […]

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Radical Broadcasts

A screening Saturday May 5th at the Whitechapel Gallery of my 1993 film with Edward Said – The Idea of Empire – as part of a series of screenings about radical tv. Links to the event and a piece by Stuart Jeffries in the Guardian “And yet, TV has lost a lot in switching off […]

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Twitter Reaction to news of transmission of Jargon

https://twitter.com/Quercusmktg/status/972503507818475520 One thing you discover when you go to university is how much is down to knowing the right technical jargon. — I-Po74 (@IPo74) March 10, 2018 Yes, please. https://t.co/Y9mMVEYAsV — Andy Day (@andy_day) March 10, 2018 This is my kind of shit.. https://t.co/4gqFyTBjvY — L A U R A (@FireladySnail) March 10, 2018 Reasons […]

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Jargon

Jargon – More Than You Ever Wanted To Know – With Jonathan Meades – Opening

Jonathan Meades, writer, journalist, essayist, and film-maker, is best known on TV for his programmes about architecture and landscape but he’s always had a keen interest in the use of language. In this provocative television essay he turns a forensic eye on that linguistic phenomenon that dominates modern life – JARGON.

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Jonathan Meades on Jargon – BBC 4 – Sunday 27th May 10.30pm – Press Reaction

 

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‘What if this present were the worlds last night?’

The second in a series of short films based on the poetry of John Donne. This is Holy Sonnet XIII.

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Sgt Pepper’s Musical Revolution nominated for Broadcasting Press Guild Award

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2018 – Television nominations

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