Film Makers Urge Young People to Watch Documentaries
Broadcasting Today

Film Makers Urge Young People to Watch Documentaries

By Yasmine Jackson Two highly successful practitioners in the television industry have been left stunned to find that young people are not watching documentaries. The successful Broadcasting Today format at Middlesex University returned for its final episode of 2013 featuring Roger Graef, one of Britain’s leading television documentary-makers and Magnus Temple, documentary director responsible for … Continue reading

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation
Broadcasting Today

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation

Kurt Barling is Professor of Professional Practice at Middlesex University London.  He is the BBC’s Special Correspondent for London. In the fifth in the Series of Broadcasting talks Professor Barling was in conversation with former BBC Newsnight Editor Sian Kevill Sian Kevill and I attended the same comprehensive school in North London in the 1970s.  … Continue reading

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation
Broadcasting Today

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation

Kurt Barling is Professor of Professional Practice at Middlesex University London.  He is the BBC’s Special Correspondent for London. In the fourth in the Series of Broadcasting talksProfessor Barling was joined by undergraduate Dler Jio in conversation with BBC 5 Live’s Dotun Adebayo Dotun Adebayo was a child actor who used his passion for performance … Continue reading

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation
Broadcasting Today

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation

Kurt Barling is Professor of Professional Practice at Middlesex University London.  He is the BBC’s Special Correspondent for London. In the third in the Series of Broadcasting Debates Professor Barling was joined by undergraduate Georgiana Tudor in conversation with the Guardian’s diary editor, Hugh Muir. Hugh Muir is always keen to burst a bubble, dispel … Continue reading

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation
Broadcasting Today

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_uV_W6vPpY Kurt Barling is Professor of Professional Practice at Middlesex University London.  He is the BBC’s Special Correspondent for London. In the second in the Series of Broadcasting Debates Professor Barling was joined by undergraduate Philipp Sandmann in conversation with the eminent BBC war correspondent Martin Bell. There are not many British legends of broadcasting … Continue reading

Broadcasting Today – Mary Hockaday
Middlesex Broadcasting Today

Broadcasting Today – Mary Hockaday

Second year journalism student, Sabrina Prescott-Nelson, gives her take on Middlesex University’s Future of Broadcasting event with head of BBC Newsroom Mary Hockaday. At a time where the organisation is under scrutiny for its ethics and working practises, Mary Hockaday  came to set the record straight about the BBC and how it aims to fit … Continue reading

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation
Broadcasting Today

Professor’s Blog – Media in Transformation

Kurt Barling is Professor of Professional Practice at Middlesex University London.  He is the BBC’s Special Correspondent for London. Professor Barling recently launched the first Middlesex Broadcasting debate with Mary Hockaday, Head of the BBC Newsroom Broadcasting is going through a radical transformation.   Much of it is being driven by digital technology. The big question … Continue reading