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Charles Michel Duke is a London-based film maker and radio presenter who passionately believes in the opening up and internationalisation of the media world. His journalistic work has appeared in numerous titles across many London based newspapers and his films have been shown at festivals worldwide. In between his media work, Charles is also an enthusiastic traveller.
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Welcome to Media's World of Tomorrow
An interview with reporter Lara Farrar on the future of media and the possible paths it may take
1
I think one of the most interesting experiences I have had has been moving completely online. Before I worked in both w... >>more
2009.01.19
The End of War and the Beginning of Strife
Analysis of the current military situation in Sri Lanka, after the fall of the Tamil Tiger capital
2
The fact is that after 25 years of civil war, neither side has very much to show for it. On independence, Ceylon (as it... >>more
2009.01.04
Does Britain Need a Recession?
[Opinion] A recession is not necessarily 'doom and gloom' in 'rip off Britain'
3
Britain is also involved in two costly wars and has an Olympic commitment that is not going to help the government's own... >>more
2008.11.14
The Realisation of an American Dream
Here's the dream the rest of the world can share now that Barack Obama has been elected president
4
@US2008@What Obama has achieved is remarkable considering his own background before he even came into the field of polit... >>more
2008.11.05
'Unforgettable'?
As the Bollywood show passes through London, we take a look at the potential for Indian culture
5
One of the interesting things about the Unforgettable tour is that it happened at all. Visiting a variety of countries ... >>more
2008.08.26
Hating China
[Analysis] Anti-China articles in the Western press in the run-up to Beijing 2008
6
Over the past year, the vitriol against China has been stunning -- the almost gleeful coverage of the protests of the mo... >>more
2008.08.08
Our Future From a Londoner's Point of View
[Part 4] Web 2.0
7
In this article, I analyze the potential of Web 2.0 and its impact on me as a Londoner. How can London's leadership help... >>more
2008.08.01
Our Future From a Londoner's Point of View
[Part 3] The Rise of China and India
8
Out of all the articles on how the future will affect me as a Londoner that I am writing, this one is the hardest to gra... >>more
2008.07.16
Our Future From a Londoner's Point of View
[Part 2] Dealing with the rising price of crude oil
9
@OT@Life itself is going to change. It has been a great ride so far. For over 60 years, the word has built itself on t... >>more
2008.07.03
Our Future From a Londoner's Point of View
[Part 1] Living with rising sea levels
10
There are three reasons why I have chosen London as my setting to analyse the potential impacts of these issues. Firstly... >>more
2008.06.25
Posing Questions to UK PM on YouTube
A unique opportunity for the online community to connect with Gordon Brown
11
@OT@Would it matter and will any of these questions actually change or affect ministerial policy? Mr. Brown, does any o... >>more
2008.06.18
What's in Store for London's Airports?
Analyzing the potential breakup of BAA's monopoly
12
As a regular air traveler, I have used all three BAA airports in the past two years and so in the post 9/11 world of inc... >>more
2008.04.22
A Tale of Two Prime Ministers
A comparison between the leadership styles of British PM Gordon Brown and his predecessor Tony Blair
13
An unfair comparison between two people? After all, when was charisma ever an important aspect of running a country? Als... >>more
2008.04.17
Is the British Film Industry Dead?
[Opinion] A plea for more originality from British made films
14
All of a sudden, the British film industry has seemingly retracted. Not in any financial sense. British films since 2000... >>more
2008.02.23
The Great Fire of Camden
[Opinion] Don't miss opportunity to rebuild
15
After the nineties, Camden's star began to fade. The area was drawing bigger crowds but the buzz that had made it so fam... >>more
2008.02.11
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