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Twitter Reaction to news of transmission of Jargon

Ooh can’t wait for this! #languagegeek. Think I just invented a new hashtag 🙂 — Quercus Marketing (@Quercusmktg) March 10, 2018 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 […]

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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 – Date TBA

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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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Rachel Cooke in the New Statesman on Stanley and His Daughters

https://www.newstatesman.com/culture/tv-radio/2018/02/arena-painter-stanley-spencer-s-daughters-rarity-among-modern-bbc

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Sam Woolaston’s Guardian Review of Stanley and his Daughters

https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/feb/05/endeavour-review-as-comforting-as-cheese-on-toast

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Stanley and his Daughters Tweets

Compelling and poignant documentary on BBC4 now about Stanley Spencer through the eyes of his two surviving daughters. Must be one of our greatest artists – at his best easily upstaging Freud. #wantone pic.twitter.com/H0K9H5NbIG — Philip Mould (@philipmould) February 4, 2018 Brilliant … #bbc4 Stanley and his daughters … — Brydon (@Brydon_N) February 4, 2018 […]

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Stanley and His Daughters BBC 4

‘Stanley And His Daughters’ transmits on BBC 4 on Sunday 4th February at 10pm Critics Choice – Saturday Times “It takes a while to adjust to the spare feel of this poignant, minor key Arena exploring the sisters’ relationship, as Unity, 87, boxes up her life in London and moves to Wales to be close […]

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‘Death, Thou Shalt Die.’

‘Death, Thou Shalt Die.’

The first in a series of short films inspired by the poetry of John Donne. This is based on the famous Holy Sonnet X “Death Be Not Proud”, a meditation on overcoming the fear of death.

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