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09 MARCH 2016

Swedish TV Documentary: New Order 'The Story Of Blue Monday'

"I år är det 30 år sen New Order släppte Blue Monday. I Hitlåtens historia berättas det om hur New Order reste sig ur en personlig tragedi och med Blue Monday tog ett slutgiltigt kliv från rock till dansmusik. Låten är en modern klassiker men också en stilstudie i bandbråk, klantigheter och hur man kan slå försäljningsrekord och samtidigt gå med förlust

Många låtar vill kallas klassiker och banbrytande. Få förtjänar det på riktigt. Men New Orders Blue Monday klarar alla testen. Den lät som ljudet av framtiden när den släpptes. Och 30 år senare har den fortfarande inte passerat bäst-före-datum.

Blue Monday är också ljudet av ett band som hittar sig själva. Tre år tidigare spelade medlemmarna i New Order i Joy Division. Men när sångaren Ian Curtis tog livet av sig 1980 fick Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook och Stephen Morris starta om. Det skulle till ett publikupplopp för att få dom att hitta sin egen identitet.

Med Blue Monday byggde inte bara New Order helt nya instrument. De byggde en bro mellan rocken och dansmusiken. Men om New Order gjorde alla rätt i studion, gick desto mer fel utanför. Blue Monday har ett av musikhistoriens mest mytomspunna omslag. Bland annat för att det sägs ha varit så dyrt att tillverka att skivan gick med förlust.

Och sen många år tillbaka är New Order ett splittrat band efter ett infekterat bråk. Men i Hitlåtens historia pratar samtliga medlemmar om Blue Monday, en av musikvärldens piggaste 30-åringar.

Måndag 16 december 22.15 i SVT2 och SVT Play"

(SVT.se)

[2013 Sveriges Television (Swedish television) documentary about the seminal New Order single 'Blue Monday'.]

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12 inch cover • 12 inch vinyl LP1980s2013Bernard Sumner • Blue Monday • dance music • Donna Summer • drum machineelectronic musicfloppy disk • Gillian Gilbert • Joy DivisionManchesterMichael Jacksonmusic • musical influences • New OrdernightclubPeter HookPeter Savilleseminal worksStephen Morris • Sveriges Television • Swedish television • television documentary • The Hacienda • Tony Wilsontv documentary

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Simon Perkins
28 FEBRUARY 2015

2007 Joy Division documentary by Grant Gee on BBC Four

Grant Gee (Director). (2007). Joy Division: Hudson Productions; Brown Owl Films [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1097239/fullcredits]. Broadcast 27 February 2015, 21:00, BBC Four.

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2007 • Alan Hempsall • Annik Honore • Anton Corbijn • audiotapes • BBC FourBernard Sumner • Bob Dickinson • Cabaret Voltaire • Deborah Curtis • enduring musical legacy • Genesis P-Orridge • Grant Gee • Iain Gray • Ian Curtis • John Peel • Jon Savage • Jon Wozencroft • Joy Division • Kevin Cummins • Lesley Gilbert • Lindsay Reade • live performance footage • Liz Naylor • Malcolm Whitehead • Manchester • Martin Hannett • music documentary • music legacy • music scene • Paul Morley • Pete Shelley • Peter HookPeter Savillepost-punkpostindustrial • Richard Boon • Richard Kirk • Richard Searling • Rob Gretton • social and political change • Stephen Morristelevision documentary • Terry Mason • Tony Wilson • unique time and place • visual account

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Simon Perkins
14 FEBRUARY 2013

The creative use of mobile technologies to enhance learning and teaching in the performing and visual arts

Date: 26 Apr 2013, Location/venue: The Old Fire Station, University of Salford, England

The workshop"offers an opportunity for those involved in teaching, or directly managing degree programmes in the Arts, to find out more about the role mobile learning can play in enhancing the student and tutor experience. Through a series of presentations, activities and discussions, led by academics from the Arts discipline area, participants will be introduced to mobile technologies approaches and see discipline–focused exemplars of mobile learning applied in teaching practice."

(Higher Education Academy)

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2013arts • creative use of mobile technologies • degree programmes • enhance learning • enhance learning and teaching • Higher Education Academylearning and teaching • learning landscape • learning technologiesm-learningManchestermobile learningmobile media in educationmobile phonemobile technologies • performing and visual arts • performing artsstudent experienceteachingteaching practicethe artsUKvisual artsworkshop

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Simon Perkins
28 NOVEMBER 2012

Notts TV: new local television for Nottingham

"Notts TV Ltd is a consortium led by Confetti Media Group, Nottingham Post Media Group, Nottingham Trent University and Inclusive Digital Ltd. Together the group has the skills and experience needed to run a TV station for Nottingham – including expertise in TV news, launching and managing TV channels, local journalism and programme production, technical and engineering issues, advertising and marketing, education and training.

Notts TV provides Confetti students with a great opportunity to work in a real TV environment, providing content and programming for news, sport, business, politics and a range of issues that matter to local residents.

The station will utilise the news reporting expertise of the Nottingham Post Group and involve students from both Nottingham Trent Universities' Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism and Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies."

(Confetti Media Group, 2012)

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
06 JANUARY 2010

Russell Group: 20 leading UK universities

"The Russell Group represents the 20 leading UK universities which are committed to maintaining the very best research, an outstanding teaching and learning experience and unrivalled links with business and the public sector."

(Russell Group)

[In the UK the Russell Group represent the traditional and 'red brick' universities and the 'Million+ group' represents the new or 'Plate Glass' universities.There is a similar equivalence in Australia between the more traditional 'sandstone universities' and the 'new' or 'Post–1992 universities'.]

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Simon Perkins
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