Feature: Mapping Sculpture – a tour to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London
In January 2011 a novel display was taking place in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
The program, Mapping the Practice of Sculpture in Britain from 1851 to 1951, is the first comprehensive study of sculpture between the Great Exhibition and the Festival of Britain. I went there and accomplished a radio feature about this display.
During this period sculptural practice was transformed by urban expansion, by the growth of teaching institutions, museums and exhibiting societies, by changing attitudes to art and craft. And, above all, by the emergence of Modernism in the 20th century.
12 minute Documentary: Big Society or Big Sacrifice? – The Big Society Policy in the UK
This documentary argues the impact of the Big Society policy the current UK government implemented on the public service and communities. examines the reaction of the public, scholars and politicians, explores whether this initiative is being carried on at the public’s sacrifice.
7 minute feature: Parkour in London
This news feature is made by me and another classmantes, Hwang Bosun. It introduce how the Parkour activity is rooted in London streets and helped children in their physical and mental growth.
News Package: the Release of Aung San Suu Kyi.
Burma’s first election in twenty years was to be held on November 7th. But the forth-coming poll is criticized by the Western world, because the best-known democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party NLD had been ruled out of the election.
I have telephone interviewd Zoya Phan, the Coordinator of a pro-democracy campaign organization called BurmaCampaignUK. The situation she told me about Burma, a country under dictatorship, is absolutely moving and pathetic