BBC One West
42 minutes
The Facebook post has gone, scrubbed off the Internet but the exhibition is running for another five weeks and is free to the public. Back to you. Andrew, thank you very much. West Country businesses are being urged to embrace the uncertainty thrown up by Brexit. Business West, which represents thousands of local firms, overseas holidays are more expensive and as a result, people will holiday in the UK, which is good for us, the staycation phenomenon will continue so it is good for the caravanning sector.
BBC One West
43 minutes
Taking it down was merely practical. What we haven't taken that is this wonderful exhibition. Tell us a bit about that, outlined it for us. It is running for five weeks and it is about meeting it for us. It is running for five much indeed.
BBC One West
an hour
Do you think there was anything wrong with the Facebook post? It was a statement of fact of what went day on -- on in a day of education and Dale faith sharing. Not a day of Christian worship in the cathedral, it was out here in the cloisters, so nothing wrong with that, that was the purpose of the exhibition and its launch, but sadly too many of the comments are generated were so negative that I really couldn't have those on our Cathedral Facebook page and it had to come down.
BBC One West Midlands
an hour
It does come to a point where I'm not there to provide a full room for other peoples comments. This is our canvas. Thank you very much indeed. Although that post has been taking down now, the exhibition is on at Gloucester Cathedral for another weeks.
BBC One West Midlands
an hour
People go away and pressed and interested. One of the problems is how much time do you get to actually explain? This something wrong with having an Islamic prayer read here rather than just moderating the comments? Some people might think that. This whole exhibition is about different faiths in a place of fees and that prayer was not during a Christian service. It was in the Chapter House and that's a place of learning and discovery. We are confident that was the right thing to do.
BBC One West Midlands
an hour
What could have been done differently with that post? More context to render the deal? That was the problem. That kind of social media doesn't allow for the proper explanation and for those who were here, it was a fantastic event and for those who have been coming in great number to see the exhibition.
BBC One West
an hour
The exhibition, they say, intended to start conversations about faith - although they admit the online video lacked any context and say they'll learn lessons for next time. We have got with us Stephen Lake, the Dean of Gloucester.
BBC One West Midlands
an hour
We are delighted to have this amazing fave exhibition in here and obviously when you want people to discover new things about themselves -- faith and about each other, that can become controversial for a them to see on a cathedral website.
BBC One West Midlands
an hour
The exhibition intended, they say, to start conversations about faith. Although they admit the online video lacked any context and say they'll learn lessons for next time. A little earlier our reporter Andrew Plant spoke to the Dean of Gloucester about his decision to remove the video.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
I know that students from my constituency have benefited from the opportunity and were very keen to share their experience with other young people in Blackburn. But this month will see the exhibition of the ten finalist concept designs for the National Memorial of the Holocaust to be constructive in London. We must not allow the generational memory of the Holocaust to fade and the establishment of permanent physical memories has a huge role to play in that.
Petrolicious
3 hours
Bleacher Report
3 hours
To paraphrase the Blink-182 song, "Dammit"to earn your first NBA All-Star bid, well, I guess this is growing up. Snagging that initial spot in the Association's annual February showcase is a rite of passage for stars, so this cornily butchered lyric isn't wrong. The All-Star exhibition has become a glorified playground exercise, but we still use selections as a form of validation for both past and present players. Familiar faces dominate the superstar parade, and this year won't be an exception. First-time participants will be few and far between. But that doesn't mean there aren't a number of worthy newcomersthey exist in excess. The extent to which every one of these players should be considered will be determined by experience, season-long availability, depth at their respective positions and individual performance. Many of these names won't actually get the call to play in the Feb.
The Northern Echo
3 hours
CNN Asia News
4 hours
BBC Two England
4 hours
A little bit of an exhibition shot. So much side there. It looked like the white was going to stop at the cushion behind the black. Then it spun the table. There's another exhibition shot from the Australian.
CNN
5 hours
The Week
5 hours
PC Pro
6 hours
It’s a really physical way of drawing so it presented a bridge between my existing computer work and my pencil drawings. The last couple of updates for Tilt Brush have suddenly made it a much more dynamic and less lumpen piece of software. Previously it seemed solely good at creating a dramatic visual demonstration of VR. The addition of the ability to shift your scale allowed me to use it to present an environment at the exhibition. In a lot of ways it was like exhibiting a huge Photoshop file for people to explore/take apart... I really like the simplicity with which you can now draw huge spaces very quickly using a basic intuitive interface, and the ability for Tilt Brush to now import pre-existing models also massively diversifies and expands what it can do. It allowed me to jump between Tilt Brush, Kodon and Blender and form a (reasonably!) smooth workflow.
Daily Mail - Home
6 hours
PC Pro
6 hours
It’s a really physical way of drawing so it presented a bridge between my existing computer work and my pencil drawings. The last couple of updates for Tilt Brush have suddenly made it a much more dynamic and less lumpen piece of software. Previously it seemed solely good at creating a dramatic visual demonstration of VR. The addition of the ability to shift your scale allowed me to use it to present an environment at the exhibition. In a lot of ways it was like exhibiting a huge Photoshop file for people to explore/take apart... I really like the simplicity with which you can now draw huge spaces very quickly using a basic intuitive interface, and the ability for Tilt Brush to now import pre-existing models also massively diversifies and expands what it can do. It allowed me to jump between Tilt Brush, Kodon and Blender and form a (reasonably!) smooth workflow.
The Week
7 hours
Although married to Vibia Sabina, Hadrian was well known for his love of young Greek philosopher Antinous. "He had to marry, and he had a politically arranged marriage to Sabina, who was the great-niece of the former emperor Trajan, which in effect, set up his succession," says Thorsten Opper, curator of an exhibition on Hadrian. "But clearly, it was a loveless marriage with no children. What was unusual is that he had a lot of flings and then after his lover [Antinous] drowned in the Nile AD130 he made him a god and named a city after him." And of course, Hadrian "was the first to build a wall 80 miles long from sea to sea to separate the barbarians from the Romans", according to a biography written 200 years later. Where was the wall and how long was it? At 73 miles (80 Roman miles) long, the wall crossed northern Britain from Bowness-on-Solway in the west to modern-day Wallsend on the River Tyne in the east.
Forbes
7 hours
BBC Parliament
8 hours
The Emirates is a very, very special place in London, if I could put that on record. It seems appropriate that we not only have an amazing exhibition of photographs on Syria by William Winter cross, a brilliant photographer, and hope people will be able to see it, but also having a debate on Holocaust Memorial Day.
The Week
8 hours