I did an interview this week with BigHospitality, an online news and information service. Hospitality is itself, of course, a sub-set of the tourism business and, as such, a source of great interest to me as the minister responsible.
Sports and Olympics Minister Hugh Robertson reflects on the 2018 bid, and the Lee Valley White Water Centre, opened this week.
Charles Saumarez Smith, Secretary and Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Arts on plans to boost philanthropy.
Nigel Walker, National Director, English Institute of Sport (EIS) blogs on the importance of sports science and medical support.
So it is all over now. And fans at home as well as everyone in the 2018 bid team are understandably gutted.
Foul weather, beating the Australians and Blackpool are all on the mind of Tourism and Heritage Minister John Penrose…
Guest blog by artist Razor (Raisa Haines), singer, violinist and regular at Nottingham’s CRS studios which now has a dedicated, fully-equipped space for rehearsal, provided through the DCMS Rehearsal Spaces scheme.
There’s an old gag that goes like this….
Cast your minds back 16 years. November 1994 was a month like any other, packed with incident and happenstance, much of which has now been consigned to the recycling bin of history.
Andrew Altman, Chief Executive of the Olympic Park Legacy Company on the Olympic Park vision.