On the weekend of 30 April/1 May, ten panels of the developing Romney Marsh Tapestry went on display courtesy of the Fifth Continent Landscape Partnership Scheme.
Category: Media, Arts, Broadcasting
Charlotte assesses the system of criteria used in the Eurovision Song Contest and compares it with exam assessment in university.
The World of Stonehenge is a British Museum Exhibition that follows the story of Britain and Europe from 4000 to 1000 BC. A period of immense transformation and radical ideas that changed society forever.
Fleur and Kevin lost their business in France with Brexit. A pity about the export service that also promoted inter-cultural relations
Jan Fuscoe asks, What is disinformation? She proceeds to explain it and the difference between disinformation and misinformation.
Jan Fuscoe discusses the first of Stuart Russell’s Reith Lectures 2021 and what Artificial Intelligence is and what it means for our future.
Juliet Blackburn gives a brief overview of Professor Stuart Russell’s recent Reith Lectures on Living with Artifical Intelligence.
“The Larkins” is a reboot of the 1990s ITV series “The Darling Buds of May”, about a family of farmers living in a Kent village in the 1950s.
This year the annual Tenterden Folk Festival took place in torrential rain. But undaunted by the weather the music and dancing went on.
We present two poems, plus reference to one published earlier to celebrate the big poetry weekend, in the wake of National Poetry Day