I’m sad to say that public relations has had a part to play in creating this mess. While the industry has taken positive steps to embrace transparency, we can’t pretend we’re not part of the problem.
It’s a treat to watch an act of this stature in this great venue, but I doubt we’ll see him back here again, as bigger things surely beckon.
Only last night I was bemoaning the fact that I’ve been the world’s tardiest blogger of late, so thanks Ruth for the tag that kick-started my typing fingers. So the … Continue Reading Some Qs, Some As
It started as an idea for a teambuilding activity. I was looking for something our team could do to get us out of the office and experience something new, and horizon-expanding. … Continue Reading Big Issue Madam? Yes it is…
THIS TEXT ORIGINALLY APPEARED ON WALESONLINE ON JULY 25TH 2014, ALONGSIDE THE EXPERIENCES OF FIVE OTHER WOMEN. THE WHOLE PIECE IS WORTH READING. I agreed to write this piece a … Continue Reading When did a side order of sexual harassment become as de rigeur as a kebab on a night out?
Just before I retired to bed last night, I read on Twitter that Gerry Goffin had died aged 75. As one half of one of the most successful songwriting partnerships … Continue Reading Thanks for the music Gerry
First things first: yes, I’m late to the blog party. I’ve been meaning to get around to starting one for about, ooh, seven years now. Why? Because I love writing. … Continue Reading It’s about time…