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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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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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