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Every Muslim has heard of the benefits of reciting Surah Kahf. But what exactly is the message that the Surah is conveying? This lecture series is an in-depth explanation of the Surah using tafsir from Ibn Kathir, al-Uthaymeen, Ibn al-Qayyim, Ibn Jawzi, Shawkani and Saadi. The speaker mentions the benefits and virtues of Surah Al-Kahf and lessons we can extract from the Surah. It was narrated from Abu Sa’eed al-Khduri that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoeve ...
 
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Fresh from receiving a CBE, industry legend Sarah Waddington shares her memories of the late PR luminaries Bob Leaf & Robert Phillips. PRWeek news editor Arvind Hickman and Sarah then discuss their first impressions of GBNews and the brand backlash. The podcast then moves on to the need for ethnic pay gap transparency, before wading into Cristiano …
 
Citypress CEO Charles Tattersall and Manifest Manchester MD Bec Chelin join PRWeek news editor Arvind Hickman to discuss Euro 2020 campaigns and the controversy over England players taking the knee.They then share their expectations for new TV station GB News and whether an out of hours email ban can work in PR. The podcast with tips on how to crea…
 
PRWeek's John Harrington and Arvind Hickman analyse how tennis star Naomi Osaka and tennis authorities handled her controversial withdrawal from the French Open due to mental health concerns. They then discuss how brands can avoid 'pinkwashing' during Pride month and how M&C Saatchi Group's recovery is going. Arvind is then joined by Where Eagles D…
 
India is enduring one of the world’s worst COVID crises with a death toll rapidly rising towards 300,000. H+K India CEO Abishek Gulyani and freelance journalist and media consultant Shubhreet Kaur join the PRWeekly to discuss what it is like on the ground and how agencies, journalists and influencers are coping. They also provide insights into some…
 
The local election has been largely hailed as a victory for the Conservatives and SNP. Special guests Inflect Partners founder Emily Wallace and Cicero/AMO associate director Sonia Khan discuss why the Conservative's campaign is resonating and what next for Labour. PRWeek UK editor John Harrington & news editor Arvind Hickman look at why the M&A ma…
 
Taylor Herring CEO James Herring and Publicis’ UK Influence Practice lead Chris McCafferty join PRWeek editor John Harrington to share the lowdown on Publicis Groupe's high profile acquisition of Taylor Herring, why they decided to sell and what this means for the creative shop and Publicis in the future. Also, the trio talk about PRWeek's 30 Under…
 
The Top 150 PR consultancies has landed. PRWeek UK editor John Harrington, news editor Arvind and special guest, PRWeek EMEA editor-in-chief Danny Rogers, analyse how agencies fared in a year disrupted by COVID; it was the first time aggregate revenue declined for decades. Also, Danny looks at the major Publicis acquisition of Taylor Herring, while…
 
A lobbying scandal involving former Prime Minister David Cameron has exposed a concerning lack of transparency. The PRCA's Francis Ingham and Cicero/AMO's Louise Stewart discuss what needs to happen next, including a six-point plan to fix lobbying rules. PRWeek's John Harrington and Arvind Hickman also discuss the challenge facing creatives and bra…
 
In this episode, PRWeek UK editor John Harrington and news editor Arvind Hickman discuss Ogilvy UK CEO Michael Frohllch's sudden move to Weber Shandwick; the Finn Partners acquisition of a digital agency; the impact COVID has had on internal comms; and whether social media is safe for brands after Thierry Henry deactivated his accounts following ra…
 
Returning to the office full-time looks like a thing of the past, as the majority of PR professionals prefer flexible working. PRWeek’s UK editor John Harrington and news editor Arvind Hickman take a deep dive into what the future of work looks like. The pair also take a look at whether anyone is likely to replace Number 10’s outgoing comms directo…
 
W Communications founder Warren Johnson believes spring will be a crunch time for many PR agencies, predicting a "smaller second wave" of business closures. In a brutally honest discussion, Warren explains how the Government's timeline to ease lockdown will impact the industry and broader economy, as well as why he believes social media companies a…
 
Women's careers and mental health have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID crisis. This special International Women's Day episode, guest hosted by Women in PR president Anna Geffertt, examines the issues in relation to the comms industry, and ask what progress we can expect in 2021. Featuring Edelman's Gerry Wisniewski, Mayor of London's …
 
In the UK, Europe, Australia and the US, regulators are planning to clampdown on Big Tech and social media like never before to combat the spread of fake news, cyberbullying and protect user privacy. But what does regulation look like, how will it impact the way we use social media and what is the repercussions for PR and communications? Experts in…
 
As the UK's COVID death toll passes 100,000, our panel discusses the comms challenges around vaccines and other major industry issues to look out for this year. Featuring: Hearst Director of PR & Communications Effie Kanyua; Cicero/AMO Executive Chair Iain Anderson; Hope&Glory Co-Founder and CCO James Gordon-Macintosh; Finsbury, Glover, Hering UK, …
 
The technology industry has thrived during the COVID crisis by helping society adapt to lockdowns and a new way of isolated living. This episode looks at how tech PR has helped firms get cut through in a frenetic news cycle, whether it has helped the sector recover from the 'techlash' and how this has impacted comms agencies. Feat: Comms Co's Ilona…
 
Agency leaders are concerned about the impact of COVID lockdowns on the mental health of employees heading into winter. This podcast takes a look at how the crisis is impacting mental health, what agencies are doing to provide vital support and whether an industry-wide approach is needed. Featuring: Edelman's Luciana Berger, Don't Cry Wolf's John B…
 
By their own admission, PR’s industry bodies have not done enough to address ethnic diversity, but is all that about to change? We speak to leaders and diversity chiefs of the PRCA & CIPR about why they have moved too slowly and how they plan to improve the diversity and opportunities for BME talent in the industry. Featuring: PRCA's Francis Ingham…
 
Jewish PR leaders David Fraser (Ready10), Sophie Raine (Ketchum), Graham Goodkind (Frank) and Natalie Neave (Tin Man) discuss the Wiley attacks and social media response, the scourge of antisemitism and their personal stories of hurt, whether it exists in PR, and how the communications industry can tackle it.…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for established PR agencies with many battling for survival. Despite this, many new agencies have launched. This episode will take a closer look at four of them to find out why they decided to launch, the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Guests include: Shook co-founder Gemma Moroney, Hard N…
 
Only three agencies (Manifest, Blurred and InFusion) have earned accreditation to a new scheme that aims to improve racial diversity in PR. This episode looks at how they qualified for Blueprint accreditation and why this is such an important and timely industry initiative. Panellists also discuss the reality of racism in PR and what else can be do…
 
The government's new COVID quarantine rules have been described as 'ridiculous', 'daft' and will have a devastating impact on travel and hospitality. The industry is fighting back through a PR campaign led by The PC Agency founder Paul Charles and backed by 500 businesses. Charles, Kuoni head of comms Rachel O'Reilly and PRWeek editor-in-chief Dann…
 
BP has doubled down on its ambition to become a net zero carbon emitting business by 2050 despite the crippling impacts of the global pandemic. Oil prices plummeted to below zero in the US, supply has dried up and businesses have been forced into drastic cost-cutting. Communications is playing a critical role in helping BP and other energy giants m…
 
After a dramatic shift in messaging to the ambiguous 'Stay Alert' slogan – some believe the government is losing a grip on its comms during the coronavirus crisis. Repetitive daily briefings and combative relations with parts of the press have fuelled concern. BCW's head of strategic media Steve Hawkes, crisis comms consultant Amanda Coleman, MHP h…
 
The coronavirus pandemic could forever change the communications industry and how clients value certain services. Freuds CEO Arlo Brady, Grayling Europe, UK & Ireland CEO Sarah Scholefield and Cicero/AMO executive chair Iain Anderson discuss which service areas have been critical – including internal comms, purpose and crisis comms – how their busi…
 
Expert judges from PRWeek UK's Best Places to Work Awards join The PR Show to examine what sets apart leading employers in the communications industry. The episode explores recent progress in mental health support, flexible working and 'flexwashing', what the coronavirus tells us about working practices among PR employers, and where more progress i…
 
Communications and PR is playing a critical role helping businesses in some of the industries hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis. Rooster managing director James Brooke and Palm PR founding director Liam Keogh take us through the challenges faced by travel, tourism and hospitality, and how the crisis is having a major impact on their own agencie…
 
Business communications during the coronavirus crisis requires a completely new approach to messaging and tone. People do not want to be marketed to and companies have quickly had to move away from behaving like brands towards acting like businesses that serve a genuine purpose. Blurred CEO Nik Govier and Frank managing partner Andrew Bloch join PR…
 
In the new episode of The Line, Richard Gillis & Danny Rogers talk to Jermaine Jenas, the former England & Premier League star who is one of the rising stars of sports broadcasting.The conversation starts in 2006 in Baden Baden, at the England team's during the ill-fated Fifa World Cup campaign, which won more headlines for WAGs, Beckham-mania and …
 
Pochettino, Neymar and the Spurs Jinx Sunday Times best-selling author, journalist & Sky Sports analyst Guillem Ballague talks to Richard Gillis about Brave New World, his new biography of Spurs' highly rated young manager Mauricio Pochettino, the most talked-about sports book of the year.It’s a rare glimpse inside football’s inner sanctum and one …
 
What’s the point of a sports agency? Big Sport sits at the epicentre of content, media & technology, offering fame & engagement to the right brands with the right strategy.But get it wrong & sponsors face the backlash of fans & viewers alike, so the value of good advice comes at a premium.This week, The Line tackles the big questions facing the age…
 
Brian Moore has made the transition from player to pundit look deceptively easy. The former England rugby star is today one of the most distinctive & authoritative voices in sports broadcasting & news media, working for the BBC & Daily Telegraph & establishing his own rugby podcast Full Contact, which is a cult hit among sports fans of all ages.In …
 
With a few high-profile exceptions, sport sponsorship has long felt like a men-only club. Between 0.5% & 3% of event sponsorship goes to women sport, yet the market for women's professional sport is growing fast, with a higher media profile than ever before.London 2012 created a generation of brilliant new female stars who were embraced by an enthu…
 
Hosted by PRWeek editor-in-chief Danny Rogers and author and journalist Richard Gillis, episode four of The Line lifts the lid on the phenomenon that is Arsenal Fan TV and discusses how fan-based influencers in sport are changing the game.Special guest, Arsenal Fan TV founder Robbie Lyall, explains how the YouTube channel – which now boasts more th…
 
Hosted by PRWeek editor-in-chief Danny Rogers and author and journalist Richard Gillis, episode three of The Line discusses Ben Stokes' off-field boxing career and what it's like when a client is in the eye of a PR storm.Sex, violence, booze and drugs. And that's just before we talk about brown envelopes full of cash and dawn raids in Swiss hotels.…
 
Hosted by PRWeek editor-in-chief Danny Rogers and author and journalist Richard Gillis, The Line asks "do tribes scale?" as the NFL returns to London this weekend.With special guests:Steve Martin, CEO of M&C Saatchi Sport and EntertainmentGarry Cook, former CEO of Manchester City and chief global brand officer for UFCNicky Horne, former Channel 4 A…
 
The Line - PRWeek's sports podcast - Episode 1: How big player transfers became a marketing storyHosted by Danny Rogers and Richard GillisWith special guests:Amanda Docherty, Director of Dial Square and former head of comms at Arsenal Football Club and the FAJim Dowling, Managing Director of Cake, the Havas sport and entertainment agencyTariq Panja…
 
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