Reflections on the Changing Face of Communications is a collection of in-depth interviews with interesting and knowledgeable experts from the world of business communications.
Our aim is to offer listeners a real insight in to the problems, issues, techniques and innovations affecting modern communications and how these in turn influence the direction of modern business practice. As well as offering valuable lessons in communications theory and practice, we hope these podcasts will also demonstrate the extraordinary power of the broadcast interview as a channel for disseminating ideas to a wider audience. If you’d like to know how the power of a podcast could work for your business, please get in touch. As well as listening to the Podcasts here you can also download them fromiTunes hereif you prefer to listen off-line.
Veteran broadcaster and now Head of Programmes at BBC Radio Gloucestershire, Lee Stone has experienced a lot of change and development in the world of broadcast communications. In this frank interview he talks to Dave about the challenges [...]
Today we are joined by Nick Wright a senior communications professional with expertise in reputation management, employee engagement and marketing. Nick has worked with corporate, private and professional services organisations and run successful integrated campaigns enhancing both reputation and [...]
In this podcast Dave Harries travels to Bristol, to the offices of award winning PR and Communications company JBP Associates, to meet managing director Chris Lawrance. In this fascinating interview, Chris tells us of the many new challenges that modern [...]
In this edition of our podcast series we meet solicitor and owner of Oxfordshire based Everyman Legal. James Hunt started practicing law 35 years ago in the City of London. He now runs his own law firm specialising [...]
In this podcast Nancy Chambers talks to Dave Harries about the crucial role of communications in modern fundraising. Whether by internet and social media or more traditional methods, effective fundraising requires a deep understanding of what motivates a potential [...]
In this episode we meet Steve Bewick, Senior Vice President UK, Ireland & BeNeLux, Access Solutions EMEA, for Dormakaba. Steve started his career in sales and marketing and has worked his way up to run an international [...]
Teresa Harris has worked as a marketing professional for over 30 years and has witnessed some extraordinary changes and opportunities brought about by the development of modern digital communications. Teresa owns and runs Second Opinion Marketing, an independent [...]
Faye Hatcher is a BBC broadcast journalist, presenter and producer. Her career at the BBC spans many of the most important developments in modern digital communications. In this podcast she talks to Dave Harries about how broadcasters [...]
In this episode Dave Harries meets David Babington, a fully qualified veterinary surgeon who stepped aside from his animal practice to create an international training company providing CPD for vets and veterinary nurses. Wiltshire based Improve International was established [...]
Dave Harries talks to business coach Angela Jones of Perception Coaching about the role of communications in helping people to develop and change at a personal level. If you're an iTunes user you [...]
Our guest in this edition is Martin Davies the co-founder of NRG Networks, a professional business networking organisation dedicated to building relationships between it's members, based on trust. We learn from Martin that whilst communication is clearly [...]
Website designer and builder Paula Dagnall, is the co-director and founder of Swindon Design and Development Ltd. She's been in the website business since 2002 and has seen a great deal of change in that time, not only [...]
In this episode Dave meets Beth Alden, the Chief executive of New Brewery Arts - Based in Cirencester in the heart of the Cotswolds, New Brewery Arts is a charity focussed on craft and visual arts and comprises [...]
Dave Harries of CommunicateTV interviews author and digital marketing expert, Grant Leboff, founder of the Sticky Marketing Club about the changing face of communications in the modern business world. If you're an iTunes [...]
In this edition Dave meets Angela Roach, the CEO of The Hotel Nanny. Angela started the organisation from scratch when she saw a gap in the market for looking after the children of guests at up-market hotels. [...]
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