One of the things the media, even at a national level, still does not seem to have grasped, is that their major power (and perhaps their most serious cultural failing) namely the power of omission, is dead. Let’s be clear – the power of the British media is simply immense, absolutely immense. For all the […]
The image below shows the sculpture ‘Prospero & Ariel’ from Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’, created in 1932 by Arthur Eric Rowton Gill. ‘Prospero & Ariel’ was designed, sculpted for, and stands above the main entrance of the BBC’s office and studios in Portland Place and Langham Place, London. Gill was a deeply religious Roman Catholic, as […]
Why? Why not.