Join us for coffee, conversation, and an update on themedianet from coordinator Paul Arnold. Plus special guest, Conceptual Artist and Graphic Designer Micah Purnell, whose work in public spaces challenges, provokes and inspires. Book in via our EventBrite page. ...

The Evangelical Alliance's Chine Mbubaegbu brings glad tidings of a different kind of Christmas ad.  It’s fascinating to see just how so many of us get absorbed in the brouhaha stirred up by Christmas advertising campaigns released by the nation’s largest retailers. A lot of newsprint and...

'It is funny how mortals always picture us as putting things into their minds: in reality our best work is done by keeping things out.' (CS Lewis: The Screwtape Letters: Letters from a Senior to a Junior Devil) I like Doctor Who. There I’ve said it....

Gill Robins investigates, calling on the Bible, Aristotle and Steve Jobs. ‘Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do...

A few pointers to help you feel creative. Ru Jackson worked in Development for Blue Peter. Here she shares some advice about how to create unique programme ideas. Due to the nature of my background, most of these thoughts are probably particularly helpful for those working on general ideas...

Ruth Jackson worked in Development for Blue Peter. Here she shares some advice about how to generate ideas through brainstorming.  Two are better than one. No matter how creative you are, drawing on other people’s ideas and expertise can never be a bad thing.  The Good Book itself...

Andrew Graystone has some tips for people who work solo.  medianet-ers are a mixed bunch.  Some work in teams – producing programmes, running companies and building networks.  But others work alone, often from home or in a solitary office.  For those who spend most of the...