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https://plus.google.com/117895906370863269575 Pocket : Pocket wants to find your ‪#‎CornerShopChampion‬! Giles Coren adores his local corner shop & sees it...
Pocket wants to find your ‪#‎CornerShopChampion‬!

Giles Coren adores his local corner shop & sees it as the epicentre of his London community, a place to catch up and see neighbours as well as pick up the essentials.

Nominate your favourite corner shop by commenting below, we want to champion these cornerstones of city living!

‪#‎pocketliving‬ ‪#‎London‬ ‪#‎local‬ ‪#‎cornershop‬ ‪#‎community‬ ‪#‎GilesCoren‬ ‪#‎neighbours‬ +Time Out London 
Giles Coren is just popping to the corner shop. Because he can.
Like any Londoner, I can measure out my life in trips to the corner shop: riding down there on my first bicycle for cola chews and The Beano; then in my teens for...
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https://plus.google.com/106841010702344787441 The F Word : Gordon continues his controversial campaign to get women back in the kitchen, and helps two Cheshire...
Gordon continues his controversial campaign to get women back in the kitchen, and helps two Cheshire women conquer their kitchen demons. Les Dennis stops by The F Word kitchen and lets Gordon know how his sperm count is doing and posh food critic Giles Coren tries to convince the public to eat squirrel.
Watch the video: Gordon Ramsay's The F Word Season 1 Episode 4 | Extended Highlights 3
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Gordon continues his controversial campaign to get women back in the kitchen, and helps two Cheshire women conquer their kitchen demons. Les Dennis stops by The F Word kitchen and lets Gordon know how his sperm count is doing and posh food critic Giles Coren tries to convince the public to eat squirrel. The F Word's bold, modern and mischievous take on the world of food combines location VTs, kitchen actuality, celebrity interviews, stunts and recipe based challenges to give the format its trademark energy, pace and visual richness and create waves in the food world and beyond. ____________________ Add The F Word on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-F-Word/13925083651 To find out more about Gordon Ramsay visit: http://www.gordonramsay.com Gordon Ramsay on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Gordonramsay01 Follow Gordon Ramsay on Twitter http://twitter.com/GordonRamsay01
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https://plus.google.com/106841010702344787441 The F Word : Food writer Rachel Cooke investigates what really goes on inside a sausage and reveals alarming facts...
Food writer Rachel Cooke investigates what really goes on inside a sausage and reveals alarming facts, such as the meat content inside many sausages being just 32%. Also, posh food critic Giles Coren and Gordon discuss certain foods that may effect a man's sperm count, and the commis chefs go head to head in a dessert challenge. And finally, Penny Lancaster stops by for a chat.
Watch the video: Gordon Ramsay's The F Word Season 1 Episode 4 | Extended Highlights 2
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Food writer Rachel Cooke investigates what really goes on inside a sausage and reveals alarming facts, such as the meat content inside many sausages being just 32%. Also, posh food critic Giles Coren and Gordon discuss certain foods that may effect a man's sperm count, and the commis chefs go head to head in a dessert challenge. And finally, Penny Lancaster stops by for a chat. The F Word's bold, modern and mischievous take on the world of food combines location VTs, kitchen actuality, celebrity interviews, stunts and recipe based challenges to give the format its trademark energy, pace and visual richness and create waves in the food world and beyond. ____________________ Add The F Word on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-F-Word/13925083651 To find out more about Gordon Ramsay visit: http://www.gordonramsay.com Gordon Ramsay on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Gordonramsay01 Follow Gordon Ramsay on Twitter http://twitter.com/GordonRamsay01
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https://plus.google.com/104907196719738313911 Tatler UK : Giles Coren's guide to spanking. It's a minefield... - http://tatler.uk/DvUTYE
Giles Coren's guide to spanking. It's a minefield... - http://tatler.uk/DvUTYE
Giles Coren on spanking
It's a minefield...
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https://plus.google.com/106841010702344787441 The F Word : After receiving over 2,000 responses from women in his campaign to get women back in the kitchen, Gordon...
After receiving over 2,000 responses from women in his campaign to get women back in the kitchen, Gordon reveals to food critic Giles Coren that over 70 of these women also asked him out for a date! Ladies man Giles then spends a day in a professional kitchen to see if he has what it takes.
Watch the video: Gordon Ramsay's The F Word Season 1 Episode 3 | Extended Highlights 2
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After receiving over 2,000 responses from women in his campaign to get women back in the kitchen, Gordon reveals to food critic Giles Coren that over 70 of these women also asked him out for a date! Ladies man Giles then spends a day in a professional kitchen to see if he has what it takes. The F Word's bold, modern and mischievous take on the world of food combines location VTs, kitchen actuality, celebrity interviews, stunts and recipe based challenges to give the format its trademark energy, pace and visual richness and create waves in the food world and beyond. ____________________ Add The F Word on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-F-Word/13925083651 To find out more about Gordon Ramsay visit: http://www.gordonramsay.com Gordon Ramsay on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Gordonramsay01 Follow Gordon Ramsay on Twitter http://twitter.com/GordonRamsay01
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https://plus.google.com/110281793494652336328 Sharon Stead : There was great delight among writers when Creative Writing was introduced as an A Level. Here, SHARON...


There was great delight among writers when Creative Writing was introduced as an A Level. Here, SHARON STEAD shares her experience of teaching the new qualification for the first time…
This goes out to anyone teaching AS Creative Writing for the first time this year. Chances are you will be nearing the coursework final draft stage as this forms the bulk of the course content. You’ve doubtless spent the best part of the year developing creativity and confidence in your students. You’ve cajoled, inspired, prodded, work-shopped, pummelled and polished. Their prose and poetry has, maybe for the first time, an audience with whom they’ve learned to trust their inner-most voice. They feel validated as writers and we feel magnificent. Right?

But of course, this is only part of the story. 60% to be exact. The remainder of their AS course is made up of the less glamorous but nonetheless, potentially rewarding exam component. Writing on Demand might initially seem to go against everything else you’ve been encouraging in your students for their coursework portfolios. ‘Give yourself space and time’, we have said. ‘Stop the white noise and listen to your inner voice’, ‘be playful with words’, ‘explore’ ‘have fun’ … Now we seem to be saying ‘know your audience’, ‘stick to the brief’, ‘edit as you write’, ‘do it really, really quickly’, ‘and do not exceed much over 300 words’. No wonder they get nervous.

It’s a big ask. Indeed, it’s more than likely that even a hardened hack in a Soho editorial office would have some idea of who on earth he’s writing for an hour before a deadline. So yes, it’s a challenge. But the good news is that there are ways your students can capitalise on all of their free writing experience, fulfil a brief with clear and tight precision, and still produce a piece that is ambitious and imaginative.

It’s worth us remembering that AS Creative Writing students come to us having been dragged through the GCSE Language paper which, (can I say this publicly?) can be a bit dull (too late). They were up against it time-wise, having had to gen up on so many writing purposes that it probably felt they never really got to intensively study the nuances of any form, purpose and audience beyond the mechanics. Yet they are, just a year later, asked to emulate professional feature writers, marketeers, Public Relations specialists or columnists – and all against the clock.

Many CREW teachers also teach Literature; indeed it’s perhaps the specialism in which most of us hold degrees. It is territory we can navigate. We explore texts, we discover critical material, we immerse ourselves in the canon, the genre, the themes and contexts. It’s all there – we invite students to draw it out. Conversely, the blank page of the Creative Writing student can feel like a wilderness, with notional, vague, approximate signposts leading everywhere and nowhere. Reading lists – while only as strong as the reading matter on it – are crucial in exposing students to different styles from Bill Bryson, Louis Theroux and Giles Coren, to India Knight, Truman Capote and Alison Pearson. Students must read, read, read, exploring and emulating a range of voices and creating their own repertoire of style, tone for themselves.

For Writing on Demand, students have to create the work from a brief that is designed to surprise and draw upon skills rather than knowledge – and they need to bring into play all you have taught them about finding an authentic voice. This is the key. All of those character studies, hot-seating exercises, tasks on structure, pitch and pace… these are not just for the coursework portfolio. They are crucial to the success of the writing on demand task. To find a voice they will need to establish a connection with their subject so they can explore it beneath surface level. Are they trying to persuade their readers of something? Change their minds? Just make them think? Having an authentic voice will stop their writing become a diatribe or worse – a gushing, pantomime voice of the supposed advertiser.

The formality of the piece can sometimes cause confusion. Students used to crafting formal academic essays sometimes find that transition to a more personal, conceptualised piece of writing really tough. Of course it depends on the brief but generally, my advice would be to get students to write looser. Not with lazy grammar nor bland vocabulary. Any informality must be a confident, active style choice. We don’t know what will come up in future exam papers, but so far on this new course, nobody has asked for a formal essay.

On the subject of weary vocabulary, I have noticed that some students, in the panic of the timed exam, can slip into cliché. I think they sometimes actually feel they are using it ironically. But an ironic cliché remains a cliché – so is best avoided. A tip from me is to establish a cliché corner notice-board. I have one in my classroom on which any gem I receive from a student gets plastered up on the wall. Some girls see it as a badge of honour to make it onto the board (irony once again being the language of the teen) – but I know they have their cliché radar on full as they enter the exam and that’s all that matters.

Sharon Stead is a former journalist and Communications Manager. She is now Head of English at Surbiton High School and Network Leader for English at United Learning.

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https://plus.google.com/108429188752459483972 Ekrem Tos : They keep on trying to regulate the internet till we roar back in defiance.. 
They keep on trying to regulate the internet till we roar back in defiance.. 
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https://plus.google.com/106841010702344787441 The F Word : Al Murray takes on Ramsay in this weeks recipe challenge, with very contrasting versions of bread and...
Al Murray takes on Ramsay in this weeks recipe challenge, with very contrasting versions of bread and butter puddings being created. Also, food critic Giles Coren goes out and discovers exactly what is in a doner kebab, and even purchases one while stone-cold sober. Lastly, Martine McCutcheon talks food, and lets us in on the type of man she goes for.
Watch the video: Gordon Ramsay's The F Word Season 1 Episode 1 | Extended Highlights 3
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Al Murray takes on Ramsay in this weeks recipe challenge, with very contrasting versions of bread and butter puddings being created. Also, food critic Giles Coren goes out and discovers exactly what is in a doner kebab, and even purchases one while stone-cold sober. Lastly, Martine McCutcheon talks food, and lets us in on the type of man she goes for. The F Word's bold, modern and mischievous take on the world of food combines location VTs, kitchen actuality, celebrity interviews, stunts and recipe based challenges to give the format its trademark energy, pace and visual richness and create waves in the food world and beyond. ____________________ Add The F Word on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-F-Word/13925083651 To find out more about Gordon Ramsay visit: http://www.gordonramsay.com Gordon Ramsay on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Gordonramsay01 Follow Gordon Ramsay on Twitter http://twitter.com/GordonRamsay01
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https://plus.google.com/117888120297493000445 Doug Bailey : Giles Coren reviews Bao, a Taiwanese restaurant at which one dessert was "a ‘fried Horlicks ice cream...
Giles Coren reviews Bao, a Taiwanese restaurant at which one dessert was "a ‘fried Horlicks ice cream bao’ that looked and tasted like a hot doughnut Muppet eating a cool, malty polar bear cub."

I have no idea what this means, but I think I want one.
Giles Coren reviews Bao, W1 | The Times
‘Talk about serendipity: a Times reader at the front of the queue, a Times critic feeling peckish’
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https://plus.google.com/112819579265956811165 Discover United Kingdom : Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren: ten best places to go in London with a hangover – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
© Alan Stanton Giles Coren knows how bad you feel. The spring party season, or 'Annual Summer of Booze', is about to hit us and your favourite media interfaces will be full of suggestions about whe...
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https://plus.google.com/107828133564143256102 Real Stories : Taken from 2007 documentary series 'Animal Pharm', Giles Coren visits Professor Steve Brown at his facility...
Taken from 2007 documentary series 'Animal Pharm', Giles Coren visits Professor Steve Brown at his facility to see fir hand how mice are used for experiments.
Watch the full documentary here: https://youtu.be/fKwiNAOJSNk
Watch the video: Mutating Mice For Genetic Research - Real Stories
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Taken from 2007 documentary series 'Animal Pharm', Giles Coren visits Professor Steve Brown at his facility to see fir hand how mice are used for experiments. Watch the full documentary here: https://youtu.be/fKwiNAOJSNk Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/DocumentalDocs
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https://plus.google.com/101821480002269443221 Discover London : Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren: ten best places to go in London with a hangover – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
© Alan Stanton Giles Coren knows how bad you feel. The spring party season, or 'Annual Summer of Booze', is about to hit us and your favourite media interfaces will be full of suggestions about whe...
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https://plus.google.com/115365860643572562484 Suzanne Rowlands : Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren: ten best places to go in London with a hangover – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
© Alan Stanton Giles Coren knows how bad you feel. The spring party season, or 'Annual Summer of Booze', is about to hit us and your favourite media interfaces will be full of suggestions about whe...
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https://plus.google.com/105247312055256362017 Henry Hallam : Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren: ten best places to go in London with a hangover – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
© Alan Stanton Giles Coren knows how bad you feel. The spring party season, or 'Annual Summer of Booze', is about to hit us and your favourite media interfaces will be full of suggestions about whe...
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https://plus.google.com/102923157355557166124 Red Letter Days : Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren: ten best places to go in London with a hangover – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
© Alan Stanton Giles Coren knows how bad you feel. The spring party season, or 'Annual Summer of Booze', is about to hit us and your favourite media interfaces will be full of suggestions about whe...
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https://plus.google.com/110058795723133622870 Time Out London : Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren knows how bad you feel.
Giles Coren: ten best places to go in London with a hangover – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
© Alan Stanton Giles Coren knows how bad you feel. The spring party season, or 'Annual Summer of Booze', is about to hit us and your favourite media interfaces will be full of suggestions about whe...
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https://plus.google.com/111104674405499326293 Piotr Gorczynski : GILES COREN: So why is it all right for women to be sexist about MEN?
GILES COREN: So why is it all right for women to be sexist about MEN?
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https://plus.google.com/100276014406935068549 Kids One Stop Shop : This is really interesting. Giles Coren: ‘I’m not going to send my kids to school’ http://bit.ly/1DVZ0NL...
This is really interesting.

Giles Coren: ‘I’m not going to send my kids to school’ http://bit.ly/1DVZ0NL
Giles Coren: ‘I’m not going to send my kids to school’ – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
Giles Coren has had it up to here with education. I know I’ll get battered with a hailstorm of #middleclassproblems for this, but I am honestly not exaggerating when I say that my dreams of a happy...
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https://plus.google.com/100897637762799929692 Geoffrey Fortier : I don't see the problem. I actually had zero interest in Top Gear UNTIL I heard about the possibility...
I don't see the problem. I actually had zero interest in Top Gear UNTIL I heard about the possibility of Sue Perkins being on it.  Loved, loved, loved her and Giles Coren on Supersizers series.
Sue Perkins is the favourite to take over Top Gear, to Twitter sexists’ disgust - ShinyShiny
Great British Bake-Off co-host Sue Perkins is the bookie's favourite to take over Top Gear from Jeremy Clarkson, and some men on the internet are NOT happy.
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https://plus.google.com/110273955421169328236 Ken Nguyen : From How to Eat Forever with Giles Coren to Kew on a Plate, the corporation’s schedules are currently...
From How to Eat Forever with Giles Coren to Kew on a Plate, the corporation’s schedules are currently saturated with foodie-TV shows. Is it possibly time for a lifestyle change? Continue reading...
Does the BBC need to go on a food television diet?
From How to Eat Forever with Giles Coren to Kew on a Plate, the corporation’s schedules are currently saturated with foodie-TV shows. Is it possibly time for a lifestyle change?
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