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Interpreters can learn a lot from other forms of cultural communication – like Olympic opening ceremonies. So what can we glean from Danny Boyle, the guy who created the London 2012 Olympic opening ceremony? This is what he had to … Continue reading
Heritage sites can be good, powerful and human places to encounter and understand the important people and events that have shaped a country’s past and present. I believe they have a particularly important role for international visitors. I have been … Continue reading
There are lots of ways to have a great visit to a heritage site. There are many types of good times to be found at old places, wild places, holy places, places of memorial, places of bloodshed, places of art, … Continue reading
Great visitor experiences at heritage attractions do not happen by accident. Just over three years ago Peter, my partner in TellTale, was asked to advise the Irish National Heritage Park in County Wexford, Ireland. He found a fascinating site, a team … Continue reading
The National Memorial Arboretum, near Lichfield, Shropshire, UK is one of the most interesting places I have worked at (and there’s a lot of competition for positions on that list!). Unusually and interestingly, it is that it is not the … Continue reading