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David Jarman
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Edinburgh Napier Uni lecturer (Festival & Event Mgmt) and researcher (social network analysis). Watford FC supporter, FHEA, FRSA. Views here are mine, all mine.
Edinburgh Napier Uni lecturer (Festival & Event Mgmt) and researcher (social network analysis). Watford FC supporter, FHEA, FRSA. Views here are mine, all mine.

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Would be rude not to.
Public Service Broadcasting is the brainchild of London-based J. Willgood Esq who, along with his drumming companion Wrigglesworth, is on a quest to inform, educate and entertain audiences around the globe. They weave samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material around live drums, guitar, banjo and electronics beaming the past back to us through vintage TV sets and state of the art modern video projection devices.

Their debut album Inform-Educate-Entertain received widespread critical acclaim from The Guardian, The Independent and BBC 6 Music and thheir incredible live performances has quickly developed a reputation as one of the most exciting live acts in the UK.

Website publicservicebroadcasting.net
Twitter @PSB_HQ
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A few thoughts on Riga, Berlin and Glasgow, podcasts, histories and iconic cultural movements.
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A few thoughts before I take on @LoveEdinburgh for the next week.
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This is mainly a write-up of the #LSA2014 conference I attended last week. Featuring my excitement at having some SNA data to present.
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Some thoughts on a recent trip to NHTV Breda in the Netherlands to do some external examining with their International Leisure Management students.
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Why you have to be a thief, a liar and a vagabond to do a show at #edfringe... This year, for the first time, our participants' centre at Fringe Central opened at the beginning of the Fringe with a welcome address from renowned arts veteran Mark Ravenhill. Here's his talk in full.
Mark Small
Mark Small
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Tremendous and joyous stuff from Stanley Odd last night at The Queen's Hall. Loved it.
Pics from tonight's Stanley Odd show. That's our Fringe Festival well and truly kicked off.
#musicphotography   #hiphop   #edfringe  
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August 2013 - Onstage at The Queen's Hall
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