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Pi TV takes a closer look at recent fundraising activities on campus. We visited the recent Oxfam bakesale, RAG eating competition, RAG wheelchair basketball tournament and Unicef cake sale, photo exhibition and film screening, to talk to volunteers and find out about their events. For more information and to get involved click on any of the links above.
Production: Anton Novoselov
Presenting: Waithera Junghae
Interviews: Waithera Junghae & Oli Smith
Filming: Anton Novoselov & Mikko Makela
Editing: Mikko Makela
New Provost to be announced imminently.
Check back soon to hear who will succeed current Provost, Prof Malcolm Grant, when he retires at the end of this academic year…
The Pi Media EGM will be held next Tuesday, 4 December, 6:30pm, at the Archaeology G6 Lecture Theatre.
We will be voting on important reforms concerning the merging of Pi Magazine and Newspaper. The committee believes that getting these motions passed is critical to the future of the society, the reasons for which have been explained in the latest society e-mail. Come along to have your say and vote on the reform.
We will also be voting to fill the following positions:
1 Investigations editor
1 Film editor
1 Travel editor
1 Editor-in-chief (responsible …
Pi TV is very happy to be collaborating with the UCL Film and TV Society for a few broadcasts from campus.
Welcome to the new Pi Website…
It’s been a long time coming but Pi Media now has a new home on the web, where issues of our newspaper and magazine will be uploaded …
A privately-educated son of a preacher-man, Westwood was an unlikely candidate for hip-hop fame, but seventeen years at Radio 1, three series of Pimp My Ride and one drive-by shooting later he’s one of the most successful and talked-about DJs in the UK. Pi was invited to the 1Xtra studio to meet the Big Dawg.
Right now there’s no subject closer to the heart of the music industry than that of money. It’s a well known fact that a rise in illegal downloads has led to a decline in major label profits, but what does that actually mean for the musicians? As Boyzone (ok Billy Ocean) once declared: ‘When the going gets tough, the tough gets going’, and nowadays artists themselves are coming up with creative schemes to make sure they can still afford their rock ‘n roll lifestyles.
Working with animals is a no-no. Working with children: even worse. But what about working with your other half? In the music industry, it has mixed success. Here are some inter-band relationships you may or may not have been aware of…
As far as legends go it’s difficult to compete with the star power of Michael Jackson. One year on from his death, and by no means because of a tenuous link to the theme of this issue (biggest selling album of all time!) Pi pays tribute to the King of Pop.