A scholar who accuses ITV of pinching her research is backed by historian Lucy Worsley – who knows a thing or two about uncredited work on TV.
Why mass fighting at Euro 2016 is likely to make advertisers focus future campaigns on the players rather than fans at the next World Cup.
SOCIAL MEDIA SNOOPING
Would-be tenants and job seekers should beware a new data mining service that will put them at the mercy of an unaccountable algorithm.
PLUS: Dumb Britain, Desperate Business, Desperate Common Marketing, Malgorithms & more.
In This Issue
‘Once in a Lifetime Chance to Settle Nothing’ Say All Sides… Anger as Football Disrupts Violence at Euro 2016… ‘Oh yus! Oh yus!’ – Cameron Channels Churchill… Clement Freud Talks for Just a Minute on Celebrity Paedos – Radio 4 Extra…
Country Unites in Hating Nigel Farage for ‘Breaking Point’ Poster… Mr Greedy Faces Select Committee… Lord
Donoughue’s Westminster Diary, as told to Craig Brown
- EU bias: TV news and why obsessive ‘impartiality’ is plain daft
- 2016 And All That: History Special on Britain’s relations with Europe.
- PLUS: How cartoonists see D-Day; the Greens of Monaco; & more!
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