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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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World speed-talking trophy retained by BT terms and conditions voiceover man

He puts his success down to squeezing the terms and conditions of BT contracts into a two-second slot at the end of every advert.

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Posted: Aug 1st, 2013
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