From furniture to clothing, mobile phones to cars, music has been used to promote every type of service or product.
Copyright protects many types of creative works, such as music, books, drawings, paintings, computer software and films. Copyright protection is automatic once something has been created and usually lasts for the lifetime of the author plus a further 70 years.
Having some time off over Christmas and New Year allowed me to catch up with a bit of television viewing. A programme that I like is “Death in Paradise”.
I love singing in choirs, so much so that I’m in three: singing, directing or both!
I’ve been on a diet since January and if I do say so myself, I am doing quite well; 1 and a half stone lost.
In July we published the 6th wave of our ongoing Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) Tracker, which looks at what people in the UK do online.
The UK was once described as an island of coal surrounded by fish – the exploitation of its natural resources was the key to its economic success.
With the recent return of the Clangers narrated by Michael Palin, I thought it might be interesting to reminisce about other children’s favourites and who were the voices behind these classics.
As I’m writing this, summer has well and truly kicked in. But I’m all too aware that this glorious weather is unlikely to last for long. Why? Well, we’re heading straight into the heart of festival season, aren’t we?
They say that everyone has a novel in them. It could be about family history, journeys overseas, crime, innovation or a thriller.
Anyone that has a pre-school child may understand the love/hate relationship that I have with the little pig known as Peppa.