Results tagged “Channel 4”
So it was a no-score draw then in the bloodless slug-fest between Quentin Tarantino and Channel Four's Krishnan Guru-Murthy over the director's views on movie violence.
Tarantino was within his rights to refuse to answer a question about a possible link. Guru-Murthy was within bounds to press the topic.
The world is a very different place at the start of 2011. Following popular uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, the political map of the world is being redrawn, with other states in the Arab world and beyond looking nervously over their shoulder.
It's impossible to say for sure what impact new technologies like Facebook and Twitter have had on these revolutions but there's no doubt that the ability to communicate quickly and without censorship has had a huge effect.
By Andrew Williams
It has been difficult to miss the nautical theme to the TV schedules at the start of 2011.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Fish Fight campaign has been receiving high profile coverage, with his series on Channel 4 prompting parliamentary reaction and a controversial response from supermarkets.
Local government cuts threaten jobs and services across the country and Tower Hamlets is faced with making savings of £50million over three years.
Where to cut is a dilemma but Tower Hamlets chief executive Kevan Collins has taken a novel approach to the problem.
The Music, Glee
IN A NUTSHELL
Wait until you have the house to yourself, then release your inner show stopper.