Listen to Lord Pannick; Bake-Off stays the same; Peter Vaughan; A storm in a teacup; Is it really yours?; Ten media commandments part 2; Print copy versus web copy; An interview with Cathy O’Dowd; Music from Lucinda Sieger
Thursday, December 01, 2016
Another year nearly over; Christmas countdown; Daryll Jones; Shilpa Shetty; Seven tips for good humour; Ten Media Commandments part 1; 4 tips for social media; An interview with Lindsay Adams; Music from Robbie Boyd
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Black Friday; A Welshman who wasn’t there; Storytelling Masterclass; Barack Obama; Chasing Pavements; Make it Personal; Should you accept interview requests?; How to stop people following you; An interview with Bob Mills; Music from Lisbee Stainton
Thursday, November 17, 2016
A storytelling masterclass; Leonard Cohen; Danny Baker; A new name for coffee?; Instead of the handout; Know where you are going; What should I do on Twitter?; An interview with Vinny Verelli; Music from Ellie Rose
Thursday, November 10, 2016
That advert; Trumped up; Armistice Day; Sir Jimmy Young; Painting the Post; Whose line is it anyway?; The Media Ambush; Don’t outsource your voice; An interview with Duncan Bhaskaran Brown; Music from Simon Stanley Ward
Thursday, November 03, 2016
Brexit on hold; US Election nearly done; WiFi in the sky; Bono is a woman; Let’s work together; On-air brevity, On-line detail; A tweet is a headline; Interviews with Rob Corcoran and Kelly McRae; Music from Kelley McRae
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Thursday, October 13, 2016
A speaker convention; Nasty US politics; Bob Dylan; A multi-level row; Three Speaking Emergencies; Burning Phones; Building an audience for your blog; An interview with Jeremy Nicholas; Music from Rob Corcoran
Thursday, October 06, 2016
Professional Speaking in Nottingham; Political speeches; Rod Temperton; Facebook red faced; The Double Close; How to behave on Air; What to post, where to post it?; An interview with Craig Price; Music from Ainsley Diaz Stevens
Thursday, September 29, 2016
No sparks in the USA; A year-long speaker coaching offer; Tube chat; Ryder Cup Madness; Everything is important; The sound of silence; Unexpected objective in the tagging area; An interview with Carol Spiers; Music from Rob Corcoran
Friday, September 23, 2016
The Exceptional Speaker Masterclass UK 2016
Tuesday October 11th, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London
Facilitated by co-authors of The Exceptional Speaker:
Paul du Toit CSP, Hall of Fame Speaker, Global Speaking Fellow (Republic of South Africa)
Calling the next generation of exceptional speakers…
- Deliver exceptional speeches?
- Get your key message across with impact?
- Feel supremely confident on the podium?
- Wow every audience?
- Be remembered and recommended
- Be the speaker everyone’s talking about?
You can be an exceptional speaker soon – with our help!Having listened to hundreds of speakers and studied many of the world’s great speeches, the workshop facilitators and co-authors, Alan Stevens and Paul du Toit, themselves two of the most decorated professional speakers globally, have identified exactly what it takes to speak with conviction, clarity and pizzaz. And they’re ready to share it with you!
What can you bring?
London UK: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Tuesday 11 October 2016
Time: 09h15 Registration. Session starts 09h30, ends 16h30
Investment: £379 (EU475) + VAT per delegate
Lunches & tea/coffee will be provided. Each delegate receives a copy of the hard cover book The Exceptional Speaker, How to Deliver Sensational Speeches signed by both authors.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
No to politics; Do you know about reputation?; Exceptional Speaking; LibDem humour; Duncan Carswell and the sun; Are you funny enough?; Anything you’d like to add?: Collaborate, Collaborate, Collaborate; An interview with Nick Bradley; Music from the Mona Lisa Twins
Thursday, September 15, 2016
The BBC makes its own news; Well done Diego!; Exceptional Speaking; Stef Reid; Kayak capers; Hands across the world; Paint a portrait of the future; Twitteractive; An interview with Tanni Grey-Thompson; Music from Mick Terry