Posts Tagged: A New Direction

This is it..

So, this is it. Just 196 days to go. We’re on the home straight. All those preparations, all the building, all the talk, and now we’re in it, 2012! the year which, like 1908 and 1948, will go down in British History. ‘Where were you when?” will be the FAQ and the SMJ’s will be a… Read more »

Words with Passion..

This week, Charlie, The SMJ’s and I took a trip down to The Guardian HQ in Kings Cross, courtesy of the lovely Benji Lanyado. We received the grand top-to-bottom tour of the impressively swanky – and as Bianca pointed out ‘corporate’ and ‘rather intimidating’ glass building – including the news room floor where the excitement… Read more »

Year to go fever and SHEDspace..

It’s officially a year to go till lift off and the SMJ’s are much in demand.. They’ve made podcasts for The Shoreditch Festival How does the Regents Canal where the festival is being held, connect to the local community and include them in the celebrations and events programmed to happen between now and 2012? Have a… Read more »

Coming to a shed near you soon ..

The SMJ’s have not gone fishing .. but are all mainly heads down focussing on GCSE’s at the moment .. We will be back, so do watch out for lots of summer action, festival programming, blogs, podcasts, an exciting residency at the School of Olympic Research with Charlie Tims and his Biglop Fest at A New Direction…. Read more »

Olympics Tickets go on Sale. Responses from the SMJ’s ..

With the tickets for the 2012 Games going on sale last week, the SMJ’s were asked to comment on what they thought about the Games in general and whether they themselves or any of their family and friends were going to buy any tickets? Here are some of their responses: Nathan Hanson: 15 My name… Read more »

Breaking News ..

Great to see the SMJ’s responding to breaking news stories in their blogs Claudia got in their first reporting on the news that it’s looking very likely that West Ham will win the bid for the stadium after 2012; this is still pending the final decision from The Olympic Park Legacy Committee when they meet tomorrow. This is… Read more »