If you're studying History of Journalism - or even if you're not - try to watch "Gallipoli - when Murdoch went to war" on iplayer. It's a docudrama which went out on BBC2 last Saturday night to coincide with Anzac Day. Fascinating insight into Rupert's father and the part he played in exposing the horrors of the ill-fated 1915 Gallipoli campaign. Was he a slightly slippery character......or not?
Please note that tomorrow's NCTJ Court Reporting sessions WILL be going ahead - usual times, usual places, Please make every effort to come as this is your final chance before next week's exam. I know several of you can't make it due to other exams clashing - I will e-mail test-yourself papers to you tomorrow.
If you are sitting - or re-sitting - the NCTJ Essential Media Law exam on March 18th please note there is a revision session booked for Wednesday March 11th. It's in Room G3-04 from 2 - 4pm.
Year 2s and MAs - don't forget there will be a test during your Court Reporting session on Friday. Much reading of McNaes recommended this week........
Please don't forget that NCTJ Court Reporting sessions have been arranged for this Wednesday - Feb 4th - to replace those we lost last Friday. Both are in Room M2 - 28. Years 2s from 2pm - 3.30pm and MAs from 3.45pm - 5.15pm. This Friday - the 6th - there will be the usual sessions at the usual times.