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Fuck, four weddings, kettle mag,
Four stories & a dilemma
As I sit down and try to think, I realise that despite our different problems, the character, albeit fictitious, and I have something in common– well, sort of.
John Peel, music, culture, media, The Current, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
The Currency of John Peel
Alex Veeneman considers how an American radio station is upholding the legacy of legendary DJ John Peel.
Jacques Pepin, chef, recipe, authenticity, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Culinary lessons for journalists about authenticity
Alex Veeneman considers the lessons from chefs and bakers for journalists and writers.
frustration, writing, anxiety, concern, Academy, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Four stories and a dilemma
Alex Veeneman considers the debate on clicks and authenticity, and what it means for students entering the landscape.
collaboration, goals, difference, journalism, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Reflections on the collaborative spirit
Alex Veeneman considers how the collaborative spirit can help you make an important contribution to the media industry.
female, gender, ideas, journalism, media, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Why women's ideas must be equal in journalism
Alex Veeneman considers the role of ideas in helping navigate a career in journalism, and why ideas from women are important to journalism's future.
John Peel, media, radio, Academy, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
John Peel and the search for authenticity
Alex Veeneman considers the lessons Radio 1 DJ John Peel has for those who aspire to work in the media.
talking, mental health, Academy, students, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
All you have to do is talk
Alex Veeneman reflects on why talking is a meaningful way to help with stress and mental health.
graduates, degree, postgrad, university, Gina Clarke, Kettle Mag
Why the journalism MA is still important
Gina Clarke considers why a Master's degree is still essential for entering journalism.
NCTJ programme, studying, journalism career, Cydney Yeates, Kettle Mag
Why an NCTJ programme is a better career move
Cydney Yeates considers why an NCTJ programme is a better way to a journalism career than a Master's degree.