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Men still not complaining about lack of real men’s body shapes in catalogues

Men have still not taken offence at the way clothing firms market clothes for an idealised body shape that the vast majority of them don’t have – and it could lead to Britain sleepwalking into a crisis, says a research company that was paid to conduct a survey by a marketing agency.

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Posted: Aug 29th, 2013
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Documentary maker faces his toughest challenge; making a film about someone else

light camera actionDocumentary maker Clark Luvvie is facing a far tougher challenge than he ever faced in the ring, on the field or in a TV production development meeting. At the age of just 35, he’s been told he has to make a mini feature film about someone. But not just the usual someone. He’s been told he has to make a documentary about someone who isn’t him.

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Posted: Aug 15th, 2013
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Prison ‘becoming gentrified’ complain long-term residents of Wandsworth

Wandsworth Prison is traditionally an ethnically diverse working class part of London, and for years was strenuously avoided by the well-to-do. Now, however, an influx of MPs, game show hosts, TV presenters and other celebrities is, according to many long term residents, changing the traditional character of the jail.

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Posted: Aug 10th, 2013
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HR genius devises job advert able to deter all but deluded bullshitters

A team of boffins in a Human Resources lab claims it has created the perfect advert to screen out almost all normal people and attract a 99 per cent pure audience of bullshitters, deluded chancers and would-be Apprentices to Alan Sugar.

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Posted: Aug 2nd, 2013
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BBC to include new ‘How we commissioned it’ bit at end of each programme

The mini-documentary at the end of each programme will explain the mysteries of how TV executives and their friends all collaborate on how they spend the license payer’s money.

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Posted: Aug 1st, 2013
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