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Say hello, hug, say goodbye?

The Week 42 posts made me think again about Weekly Blog Club, as people move on and things quieten down. Joseph Conaghan wrote a thought-provoking post Is Ambulance Reality TV …Insight or Voyeuristic? I can see an argument for producing such television

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Change of tempo – literally

Ever wondered what it would be like to be one of the official photographers at a big sporting event? Mark Wood shares his experience of photographing the BUPA Birmingham Half Marathon. Change of tempo – literally by Mark Wood.

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Heroes Live Forever

In his Week 32 post, Andy Wilson writes about a charity that he supports that helps the families of police officers who have been lost in the line of duty. In early autumn, he is undertaking a couple of challenges

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