first_imgJune 8, 2015The workshop that started on May 24. 2015 is in its third week and here are some of the work activities.Lindsey and Jennifer are working in the weldingshop, here cutting and sanding angle iron under the tutalage of construction crew and main welder Paolo Van Erp.[photos by Sue Kirsch]Eliot is working with Isaac in the Redroom, preparing one of the walls for installation of pegboard.Zoe is working with Dr. Sparks, installing lighting fixtures in Unit 9-1, learning about electicity.Cecilia and Conor are building and spackeling a form for a set of planters for the East Housing steps.Sophie and Go are working with David dismantling some of the Easthousing kitchen.More to comelast_img read more

first_imgScripps Networks Interactive has secured carriage for its Food Networks and Travel Channel services on Virgin Media’s network. The rebranded Travel Channel will bring content including Jonathan Phang’s Caribbean Cookbook, Bizarre Foods America with Andrew Zimmern, International House Hunters, Hotel Impossible, Dangerous Grounds and World’s Greatest Motorcycle Rides to Virgin Media viewers.The addition of Food Network to Virgin Media’s line-up brings shows including Barefoot Contessa, Man V. Food Nation, Amazing Eats, Diners, Drive-ins & Dives and Guy’s Big Bite to the platform.Both channels were added to Virgin Media’s TV service yesterday, with a variety of programming also set to be made available via the operator’s video-on-demand and catch-up TV services from July.“Scripps Networks Interactive is a leading developer of lifestyle content globally” said Jon Sichel, managing director of Scripps Networks UK/EMEA, “Our strategy is to make our award-winning content accessible to UK audiences via a variety of platforms and devices and we believe Virgin Media’s pioneering TV platform will be the perfect combination to bring Virgin customers the best in lifestyle and entertainment programming.”last_img read more