The Jungle: Migrant Crisis Documentary

  Published on 22 Mar 2016 Solent TV sent a team of five students to Calais to meet the people who live and work in the jungle. Join the discussion by using the #refugees If you would like to volunteer in Calais to help support the migrants. Contact Care4Calais via: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/care4calais Twitter: @Care4Calais Created by: Charlie Delahunt, … Continue reading The Jungle: Migrant Crisis Documentary

IAMDDB is Manchester’s latest female to smash the UK music scene

Name: Diana Debrito Age: 20 Where did the name IAMDDB blossom from? I kind of got bored of my name, and didn’t really want to use my actual name anyway. IAMDDB just still states who I am Diana De Brito, but just has a better ring my g. What does music mean to you? Music is my life, … Continue reading IAMDDB is Manchester’s latest female to smash the UK music scene

How the UK government could protect sex workers

Degraded, exploited and undermined … all of these words spring to mind when thinking about the treatment of employees in the workplace. Whether as a server, bar tender or receptionist, working class women are consistently selling themselves – and short for that matter – for the benefit of corporate greed, but more generally to pay … Continue reading How the UK government could protect sex workers

The Four Arts Of A Chinese Scholar

My 16 days in Shanghai were based upon ‘siyi’ – ‘the four arts of the Chinese scholar’. In China, to qualify as a well educated person, you should learn these four skills for self-cultivation. Qin Qi Shu Hua. – (Music, Go game, Calligraphy and Painting) So, on this journey of self-cultivation, I studied each skill … Continue reading The Four Arts Of A Chinese Scholar

Reflecting on 5 weeks in ‘The Jungle’ – Calais’ Refugee Camp.

If you can’t imagine yourself loosing your home and family, and then having to leave behind your country and all the memories that you made there, then I think you have something inside you missing. In ‘The Jungle’, there is no vegetation, no waterfalls, and certainly no wild animals and as of the end of today, there will … Continue reading Reflecting on 5 weeks in ‘The Jungle’ – Calais’ Refugee Camp.

[LIVE REVIEW] Louis Berry

Alongside his gritty passion and soul stirring lyrics, Louis Berry embraced the stage of The Joiners in Southampton last week. Sharing his music with an intimate crowd of no more than 60 people, this was nothing daunting to a man that had just sold out the o2 arena in his hometown of Liverpool. With an … Continue reading [LIVE REVIEW] Louis Berry