We’ve just had a series of little moments of joy, strung together over a fortnight. And there’s no harm in that
It may be June 2012, but David Cameron’s effectively started the Conservative Party’s 2015 election campaign.
Boris is significantly out-performing his party, and Ken is significantly under-performing his. And that suggests both men are effectively beyond ordinary party politics.
Let’s play that ludicrous and dangerous game, and make some New Year predictions..
New year retrospectives all seem to say much the same thing... haven't we had a lot of news this year.
If I had a pound for every bit of the BBC that’s been threatened with closure in the last eighteen months, only to be reprieved at the last minute, I’d have… well, about seven pounds.
It turns out there was another local TV operation in Birmingham, which until Tuesday night almost no-one had heard of.
I can't help wondering if the trouble would have spread so far, and so quickly, if it hadn't been given the full-on breaking news treatment.
If you work in radio, claim to love it, but never go near Radio 4, don’t come crying to me when the DJ-Tron-2000 does you out of a job...
Scandals fade, boycotts never last that long, but Rupert Murdoch bears grudges.