I found this compilation of radio and tv interviews I had stitched together using Apples clever iMovie software. Some toe-curling moments but useful perhaps for anyone scratching their head wondering how to get invited onto the airwaves. Don’t be afraid to push – at least you can see how low the bar is and how desperate the broadcasters must be! Click to start!
Latest numbers from HM Land Registry provide an excuse to play with clever TouchCast software again. Still no threat to public broadcasters…
In a BBC1 Inside Out program housing minister Brandon Lewis ‘aspires’ to build a million new homes by the end of the Parliament. Media goes crazy and swiftly describes it as a pledge. I speak to Sophie Long about the chances of hitting this target, the reasons we need to and the implications of not doing so.
Just as a bit of fun, I’ve edited the package from BBC News on 18th August using clever TouchCast software. Now it’s interactive. Let me know what you think;
Designed to be viewed on a tablet this brings in links to the reports and statistics I’m quoting allowing the viewer to check up and review other data. I’m not sure I have the original broadcast quality but is this helpful additional information or could it be information overload?
With publication of the latest ONS house price statistics this morning Caroline Hepker wanted to know where we were with house prices and what the second half of the year might have in store.
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I’m putting together a series provisionally entitled “How the other half lives” reviewing the best homes for sale and to let. If you have something unique, probably priced over £5m and that has an interesting back-story then do please let me know. Email email@example.com