Jordanne Whiley, world number ten women’s wheelchair tennis player on her story so far and her medal and legacy hopes for 2012.
Paul Durrant, Director of Business Development at the University of Abertay Dundee – an institution recently higlighted in an industry report as a leading light in computer games education – celebrates the 20th anniversary of the seminal computer game Lemmings and describes the university’s efforts to ensure the next generation of game developers have the…
In LGBT history month Herman Ouseley, chair of Kick It Out, explains how his organisation are tackling homophobia in football.
I was able to tell the media this week about the steady progress that has been made in delivering the Olympic and Paralympic Games this year at the Government’s London 2012 Annual Report press conference.
I’ve always had a soft spot for the Heritage Lottery Fund. One of the original good causes when the Lottery was set up more than 16 years ago, it has been quietly going about its business and, with the bare minimum of fuss and kerfuffle, has been putting money into projects and programmes that have…
Dan Efergan, Creative Director of Online at Aardman Animations and an advisor on the Media Sandbox scheme, looks at some of the innovative projects that will be on show in Bristol next week.
Darren Henley, author of the Music Education in England review on the importance of Music Education.
On the eve of the 2011 Indoor Hockey World Cup, Indoor novice (and Outdoor England star) Darren Cheesman reflects on his journey to the top of the game.
Bought a new car recently? Me neither. But when the time comes, I’m pretty sure that I – like most of you, I suspect – will make the decision on what to get on the basis of lots of different things.
Rimla Akhtar, Chairperson of the Muslim Women’s Sport Foundation on the challenges and achievements of her organisation.