Tag Archives: TV

Deal or No Deal

Full of cold, i’ve worked from home today. Accompanied by a bowl of Tomato Soup I flicked through the channels, looking for something to watch as I ate. I settled on Channel 4, lured in by the lairy opening credits … Continue reading

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The genius of W1A

“Tasked with the task of re-conceptualising the world famous BBC brand to make it feel more like an app; Ideation architect, Barney Lumsdon; Trending Analyst, Coco Lomax and Viral Concept Designer, Carl Marx; have put their individual heads together. To see … Continue reading

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Outrage! Shock! Off with their heads!

Last week C4 aired a programme called Benefit Street.  It looked at the lives of the people living on a street in Birmingham. The street and indeed the people featured, were chosen because they are living, or trying to live, … Continue reading

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What The Stones Roses can teach us about the future of telly

I went to see Made of Stone this week. It’s brilliant, and despite not being a huge Stone Roses fan myself, it gave me real insight into the band, gave me a new appreciation for their music and their skills … Continue reading

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