1. Robin Littlewood Reel '15

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    Here's a collection of work from the past couple of years, including some freelance pieces and work created in-house at the BBC and at Corporate Events. Music: Vance Joy - Riptide Software: After Effects, Cinema 4D, Premier Pro, Photoshop, Illustrator.

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    • Fun Palace comes to Brockwell Lido in October 2014!

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      In 1961, theatre director Joan Littlewood and architect Cedric Price had an idea to create a fun palace, a ‘laboratory of fun’ where the community could learn and participate. Their brainstorm never materialised but as a tribute to the concept and in Littlewood's centenary year, well over 100 Fun Palaces will be sprouting up across the UK on the same weekend. And Herne Hill gets one - Brockwell Lido becomes a Fun Palace on Oct. 5th! So if you always wanted to swim with mermaids, paddle in a kayak, learn sign language, hear spooky stories, be a Bishop in a human chess game … and much more … our Fun Palace is for you. Visit the Fun Palace site: http://funpalaces.co.uk/discover/brockwell-lido-fun-palace/ Watch this BBC News clip which features the Lido and Fun Palace organiser Shelley Silas.

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      • Littlewood

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        Two children decide to have a race across their farm, but it may be more dangerous than it seems. My major project for the final semester of Multimedia and Digital Arts at Monash University. It's based on my childhood experiences on my Granddad's farm, Littlewood.

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        • Labour and the economy: addressing the cost of living

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          With living standards set to be a key issue at the next election we examine how cutting taxes and tackling vested interests can help to make life more affordable for hard-pressed families. Speakers: Mark Littlewood (chair), Director General at Institute of Economic Affairs Dan Hodges, Telegraph blogger and columnist Paul Ormerod, Economist, author and entrepreneur John Rentoul, Chief political commentator for the Independent on Sunday Gisela Stuart, MP for Birmingham Edgbaston

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          • Was the euro a mistake... and does it have a future?

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            Speakers: Dr Juan E Castañeda, University of Buckingham and Editor of ‘theoldladyofthreadneedlestreet.wordpress.com’ Jamie Dannhauser, Senior UK Economist, Lombard Street Research Prof Kevin Dowd, Professor of Finance and Economics, Durham Business School Dr Bodo Herzog, Professor of Economics and Director of the Institute of Finance and Economics, ESB Business School, Reutlingen University Prof Patrick Minford, Professor of Applied Economics, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

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            • Rise of the machines: Are fixed odds betting terminals the new crack cocaine?

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              Speakers: Neil Goulden, Chairman, Association of British Bookmakers Anthony Jennens, Chairman, Gamcare Christopher Snowdon, Head of the IEA Lifestyle Economics Tom Greatrex MP Eugene Farrar, While many businesses continue to struggle, one industry has weathered the economic storm better than most. The traditionally recession-proof bookmaking industry has moved out of the backstreets and onto the high streets, aided by lower rents and the popularity of a new breed of gambling machines. Critics have complained that bookies are 'clustering' in working class neighbourhoods and are saturating the market with 'Fixed Odds Betting Terminals'. But are these machines really the 'crack cocaine of gambling', or is this another moral panic in the mould of the scares about 'supercasinos' and internet gaming? Are Britain's high streets being overrun with betting shops and, if so, should the government launch a crackdown - or allow the market to decide?

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              • Institute of Economic Affairs and TaxPayers' Alliance Post-Budget Briefing 2013

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                The day after the crucial 2013 Budget, the Institute of Economic Affairs and TaxPayers’ Alliance brought together a panel of experts to assess whether the Chancellor’s plans really are fiscally credible. Speakers: Mark Littlewood (Chair), Director General, Institute of Economic Affairs Prof. Philip Booth, Editorial Director, Institute of Economic Affairs Mike Denham, Research Fellow, TPA Kwasi Kwarteng, MP for Spelthorne and Convenor of the Free Enterprise Group Matthew Sinclair, Chief Executive, TPA

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                • Britain and Europe - if out, how?

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                  Speakers: Allister Heath, Editor, City A.M. Dr Andrew Lilico, Managing Director, Europe Economics Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group Ian Milne, Director, Global Britain Mark Reckless, Conservative MP for Rochester and Strood Ronald Stewart-Brown, Director, Trade Policy Research Centre

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                  • Big Richard's Little Wood

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                    This is a film I made with a small crew for a university project in 2010. It is a portrait of a man named Richard Whittle and his relatively unique life-style. The crew were; Rory Devitt Keiron Dibbs Richard Dimery Max Dowding Unfortunately due to my account limits I was unable to upload an HD quality version.

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