Holby City leaves transplant facts behind in search of medical drama, but why?

Nine in ten of us watch the TV at least once a week. The living room is the place where we most like to sit in front of 'the box.' And the majority of the programmes we view constitute live television. So found OFCOM in its latest research of people's media habits published two weeks … Continue reading Holby City leaves transplant facts behind in search of medical drama, but why?

From analogue to digital patients – or how to avoid being trapped in the ‘mash-up’

If I didn't know from all the media coverage that the digital switchover was taking place in London today, then I would only have to look over my back fence into Crystal Palace Park to see them preparing for the laser show tonight at the Crystal Palace Tower.  It explains the weeks of helicopters hovering … Continue reading From analogue to digital patients – or how to avoid being trapped in the ‘mash-up’