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  1. Rozhovor Britských listů 151. Odchod ČR z EU by byla katastrofa [Britské listy interview 151. The departure of the Czech Republic from the EU would be a catastrophe]

    Čulik, Jan; Pehe, Jiri
    As a result of the general election in October 2017, the Czech Republic has moved towards authoritarian rule. As a result of the re-election of the populist extreme right wing president Miloš Zeman in January 2018, the Czech Republic has moved even further towards authoritarian rule. The Czech Republic is one of the most eurosceptic countries in the EU and since the October 2017 general election, right wing extremists in Czech parliament have demanded a referendum about Czexit from the EU. In this interview, Jan Čulík speaks to Jiří Pehe, Director of New York University (Prague) and a well-known global...

  2. Rozhovor Britských listů 150. Volba Miloše Zemana je voláním o pomoc [Britské listy interview 150. The re-election of President Miloš Zeman was a call for help]

    Čulik, Jan; Hlavenka, Jiří
    Jan Čulík interview journalist, entrepreneur and Czech regional authority elected representative Jiří Hlavenka about the reasons why the Czech voters have re-elected the populist extreme right wing President Miloš Zeman and what could be done to respond to this ""call for help". The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 6th February 2018.

  3. Rozhovor Britských listů 149. Společným jmenovatelem zemanovského tábora je strach [Britské listy interview 149. Fear is the common denominator of the camp of Zeman's supporters]

    Čulik, Jan; Pehe, Jiri
    Jan Čulík interviews Jiří Pehe, the well known global political scientist and director of New York University in Prague, about the reasons why the extreme right wing, populist president Miloš Zeman won the Czech Presidential election in January 2018, and about what impact his re-election might mean for Czech and Central European politics. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from Friday 2nd February 2018.

  4. Rozhovor Britských listů 148. Zeman je šutr hozený do oken Pražáků [Britské listy interview 148. Zeman is a stone which has been thrown into the windows of the Prague people's apartments]

    Čulik, Jan; Kartous, Bohumil
    Jan Čulík and Bohumil Kartous debate the reasons why the extreme right wing, populist president Miloš Zeman won the Czech Presidential election in January 2018, and look at what impact his re-election might mean for Czech and Central European politics. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from Thursday 1st February 2018.

  5. The Game is On! - Episode 1 – The Adventure of the Girl with the Light Blue Hair [video]

    Deazley, Ronan; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    In a fictional land called London, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson meet a curious client: the toymaker Joseph who has just recently signed a deal with some Hollywoodland producers to make a movie featuring Joseph’s most famous toy. However, soon after the deal was announced, a graffiti artist – a mysterious girl with light blue hair – started painting violent and bloody images all over London, images that Joseph finds disturbing. What does the mysterious girl want? Why is she painting her graffiti? Sherlock is intrigued. The Game is On!

  6. SMEs, Copyright and the Public Domain (The Value of Public Domain Works) [video]

    Erickson, Krist; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) face numerous challenges related to managing copyright. These challenges are due to characteristics such as size (SMEs range from 1 to 250 employees), availability of resources (including those other than human resources) and market position.1 But SMEs are important to the creative economy in the UK and other countries, making up the bulk of firms in the overall creative sector. How do SMEs relate to each other and larger firms in the creative economy, and what issues do they face with regards to intellectual property (IP) rights? This section examines some of the main...

  7. Copyright Bites [video]

    Deazley, Ronan; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    Copyright touches almost every aspect of our daily lives, whether you realise it or not. When you watch television, listen to the radio, or stream films, box sets or music online, copyright interests are at play. Copyright exists in newspapers and magazines, graphic novels, comics and books. The websites and blogs that you read are copyright-protected, although the very act of reading them involves making copies of those works (on your screen and in the cache of your computer). The photos you take on your phone, to share with friends or to post online, are almost certainly copyright works. If...

  8. The Game is On! - Episode 2 – The Adventure of the Six Detectives [video]

    Deazley, Ronan; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    When Sherlock Holmes and John Watson receive a letter from Mary Westmacott, a new adventure at the border between illusion and reality is just about to start. Is Mary only having terrifying nightmares, is she losing her mind, or is she really being haunted by her own literary creations? If there is anyone who can solve the mystery, it is surely Sherlock Holmes. The Game is On!

  9. Going for a Song [video]

    Meletti, Bartolomeo; Towse, Ruth
    Going for a Song tells the story of Tina and Ben, a music composer and a lyricist who create an original song and discuss how to market it. Check the texts below the video and learn how UK copyright law regulates different aspects of the journey of a song, from its creation to its distribution.

  10. Copying & Creativity [video]

    Deazley, Ronan; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    The video Copying & Creativity was inspired by the Copying, Creativity and Copyright – a CREATe Working Paper by Ronan Deazley and Bartolomeo Meletti that offers insights into the creative process behind The Adventure of the Girl with the Light Blue Hair, and makes the case for understanding copying as a positive phenomenon in helping us learn and innovate, develop and engage with others. Copying plays a crucial role at all stages of our development as human beings, from DNA replication to the way in which physical synchronicity helps us establish connections and relationships with friends and family, and beyond. Copying...

  11. The Game is On! - Episode 3: The Adventure of the Forger’s Apprentice [video]

    Deazley, Ronan; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    No abstract available.

  12. The Game is On! - Episode 3: The Adventure of the Forger’s Apprentice [video]

    Deazley, Ronan; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    Sherlock Holmes and John Watson are being interrogated about the details of their latest case! A film star is missing, and the stuntman is the number one suspect. But who is the mysterious interviewer and why is she so interested in the case of the Forger’s Apprentice? The plot thickens … and The Game is On!

  13. Rozhovor Britských listů 146. Proč by Češi měli podporovat cizáky z Ruska? [Britské listy interview 146. Why should the Czechs support foreigners from Russia?]

    Culik, Jan; Skladchikova, Anna
    Jan Čulík interviews Anna Skladchikova, a student of international relations at the Prague School of Economics, about the Czechs´ attitude to immigrants from Russia in the Czech Republic and about the views of Russia held by the Czechs and by Russian students in the Czech Republic. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 19th January 2018.

  14. Rozhovor Britských listů 143. Srí Lanka - ráj na zemi? [Britské listy interview 143. Sri Lanka - a Paradise on Earth?]

    Culik, Jan; Svecova, Dominika; Duchonova, Katerina
    In this 2017 New Year´s Eve edition of Britské listy interviews, Jan Čulík talks to film maker Dominika Švecová and psychiatrist Kateřina Duchoňová about their visit to the island of Sri Lanka. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 29th December 2017.

  15. Rozhovor Britských listů 142. Všichni dobří rodáci [Britské listy interview 142. All my Good Countrymen]

    Culik, Jan; Uncovsky, Zbynek
    In this Christmas 2017 edition of Britské listy interviews, Jan Čulík talks to Zbyněk Unčovský (87) in the John Baptist Church in the town of Bystré in the Czech-Moravian Highlands about the filming of Czech director Vojtěch Jasný´s classic feature film Všichni dobří rodáci (All my Good Countrymen, 1968), which deals with Stalinist oppression in Czech villages in the 1950s. Mr. Unčovský was present when the film was being made in Bystré and his father, an amateur actor and theatre director, participated in the production and was given a cameo role in the film. The interview was broadcast by the...

  16. Gaoth an Iar


    EOST (European Oral Singing Traditions) is an international European project and as part of the Ceòlas EOST project research into song has been carried out and song classes have been delivered so that they may spark an increase interest in Gaelic song traditions in Uist. The singers and the bards who composed the songs are at the forefront here, however. Songs from Uist, or songs that were in the Uist repertoire, were chosen to give an overview of the Gaelic song traditions of Uist. Singers who we don’t hear often enough were asked to perform and it is hoped that...

  17. Rozhovor Britských listů 139. Vadí mi miliardáři, kteří si nakradli [Britské listy interview 139. I don't like billionaires who have obtained their wealth by stealing]

    Culik, Jan; Uncovsky, Zbynek
    Third part of Jan Čulík's television interview with Zbyněk Unčovský (87), a retired textile engineer who lives in the town of Bystré in the Czech-Moravian Highlands, about life in Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic since the 1930s. In this part of the interview, Mr. Unčovský speaks about his experiences of the 1968 Prague Spring in his town, about the atmosphere of fear after the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion and after the injustices of the post-communist era, during which 180 000 women workers were sacked from the textile industry, but no one was bothered because they were "only women". The interview was broadcast by...

  18. Rozhovor Britských listů 136. Je nutno vyvolat sympatie médií pro vykořisťované zaměstnance [Britske listy interview 136. It is necessary to persuade the media to show sympathy for workers who are exploited]

    Culik, Jan; Uhlova, Sasa
    Czech investigative journalist Saša Uhlová managed to penetrate, with a hidden camera, into a number of businesses in the Czech Republic where employees are bullied and grossly exploited. In this interview, she discusses with Jan Čulík whether her revelations have made any lasting impact on the Czech political scene, on the Czech media and on the situation of the exploited workers. The interview was broadcast on the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 10th November, 2017.

  19. STV Scotland Tonight (broadcast 31 October 2017)

    Perez De Leon, Vicente
    No abstract available.

  20. STV Scotland Tonight (broadcast 10 October 2017)

    Perez De Leon, Vicente
    No abstract available.

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