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In 1963, Kit Lambert was a posh young chap making films.
He was particularly taken with French New Wave cinema.
He wanted to make films like that.
Films that werenât just a dull, plodding, straight-line narrative.
They Seek Him Here. They Seek Him There.
Can you remember the last time you saw, or read, something that really made you stand still, draw breath and want to wallow in its beauty or message?
Something so impactful that it felt like it was literally reaching out and touching you, pulling you in.
ADVERTISING IS BOLLOCKS
Potholes are a real drag for motorists, they ruin your tyres and your suspension.
For pedestrians they fill up with rainwater, so you get splashed.
But probably worst of all is for cyclists.
LONDON AS IT COULD BE NOW
In a secondÂ ‘wild swimming’ related post,Â today I’d like to draw your attention to an exciting new venture being organised by a small group of people connected to London’s ad agencies.
The plan to build a swimming pool in the middle of the Thames.
International Coaching Week
Words by Emma Pratt, careers coach at NABS
May 18-24th sees a global celebration of coaching. It’s the 16th annual International Coaching Week where tens of thousands of coaches help people to better understand the benefits of coaching, what its impact can be on them, and on those with whom they work.
OF SOIL, WATER AND NOMINATIVE DETERMINISM
This is Ian.
HeÂ is – I shit you not – the Project ManagerÂ of aÂ new swimming pond that’s launching in King’s Cross very soon.
As a fan of nominative determinism, I couldn’t help but be tickled when I heard this last week at the British Library.Â Ian started his speech on ‘Wild Swimming in the city’ by telling us that he is the proud winner of an award from Camden Council. It’s official, he has The Second Most Aptly Named Job Title in London. I’ll tell you who got first prize in a minute.
- On-Air Creative / Creative Executive Discovery Communications Very Competitive with excellent benefits, London (West), London (Greater)
- Commercials Producer/Director Searchlight Recruitment An attractive salary is available to the successful candidate. , London (Central), London (Greater)
- Senior Marketing Manager Cutis Developments £50,000 - £60,000 per annum , Victoria, London (Greater)
- Sales Manager - Exhibitions - London tfconnect global recruitment £33,000 - £35,000 plus £3,750 car allowance + 25% bonus, London (Greater)
- PR Account Executive/Senior Account Executive Brand Recruitment £19000 - £25000 per annum, Aylesbury
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