Rachel Waterman, a member of the London 2012 Nations and Regions Group team on recruiting Games Maker volunteers in the South West.
Never mind Valleys and Roundabouts, says Watershed’s Clare Reddington, it’s time to re-discover Silicon Gorge: Bristol and the South West of England.
Rory Stewart, MP for Penrith and the Border on the challenges and benefits of bringing superfast broadband to his constituency.
Grace Denton, iShed Coordinator at Watershed in Bristol, explains how the DCMS Jerwood Creative Bursaries scheme enabled her to take part in an internship and kick start her career in the arts.
Sports and Olympics Minister Hugh Robertson on the importance of this year in the build up to London 2012 and the big sporting events happening in 2011.
Not-for-profit theatre company HighTide is one of the organisations taking part in the DCMS Jerwood Creative Bursaries scheme. In this video, artistic director Steven Atkinson explains how the scheme is benefiting the organisation while new recruit Philippa Wilkinson, tells us why a funded placement was the perfect option for her.
In the first of our new series of guest blogposts from graduates on the DCMS Jerwood Creative Bursary scheme, Gemma Connell, Trainee Producer (MIF Creative) at Manchester International Festival reflects on her blossoming arts career.
Sports and Olympics Minister Hugh Robertson applauds the England cricket team and explains why he believes it is crucial to get more women to play sport.
Wonderful news today that Brueghel’s masterpiece ‘Procession to Calvary’ is to stay in the UK.
So did you have a good one? Me too. Plenty of snow, roasting chestnuts, open fires and so forth.