CLGdotTV programme schedule for the week commencing Monday 12th February 2018
CLGdotTV is a WebTV channel about, for and by those involved in local public services. This week we are broadcasting four different on-demand programmes and a live version of Working Lunch.
Monday 12 February
12.00 | CLG Briefing
The Drone Zone on-demand from 16:00
Deploying drones will offer huge public service benefits for everything from delivering social care to traffic control. Drones can also pose a criminal or terrorist threat. Control of the near airspace (above your head below the couds) will fall to councils.There is money to be made and dangers to dealt with. Amit Semani of Dedrone tells Joe Tibbetts what Councils should be thinking about as the age of the drone flys up and over the horizon.This programme brought to you on-demand and free to view through the generous support of Dedrone
Tuesday 13 February
12:45 | Working Lunch No4
The weekly chat show live at twelve forty-five
Broadcasting live from 58VE the Nesta building, beside the Thames at Blackfriars. Guests this week include Pye Nyunt from London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and Tom Symons from Nesta. Brought to you on-demand and free to view through the generous support of Socitm's Better Connected Programme
Wednesday 14 February
13:00 | CLG Briefing the Vicky Sargent interview
Data Dividend - how councils can use their data to make savings on-demand from one
Hilary Simpson of Sleuth Cooperative explains how technology and new approaches to information sharing can deliver significant savings for local authorities. The falling costs of automated data-matching technology and risk based approaches to sharing data allow councils to, for example, reduce fraud and better target their resources. This programme brought to you on-demand and free to view through the generous support of Public Service Digital.
Wednesday 14 February
12.00 | Working Lunch No4
The weekly chat show on-demand from noon
Broadcasting live from 58VE the Nesta building, beside the Thames at Blackfriars. Guests this week include Pye Nyunt from London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and Tom Symons from Nesta. This programme brought to you on-demand and free to view through the generous support of Socitm's Better Connected Programme
Thursday 15th February
13:00 | CLG Briefing
Cyber Security - Quad 9 on-demand from noon
The Global Cyber Alliance, an international not for profit, has launched a new DNS service Quad 9. The service is free of charge (contributed by the IBM social responsibility initiative) Quad 9 is not only free but can be downloaded in a few minutes and the security benefits kick in immediatley. Furthemore unlike other DNS services both free and charged-for Quad 9 does not reap, sell or use any data about the user. Andy Bates, CEO EMEA at Global Cyber Alliance tells Joe Tibbetts about Quad 9 and the huge benefits it offers for organisations and ordinary citizens. This programme brought to you on-demand and free to view through the generous support of The Information Daily.
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CLGdotTV - six webTV programmes
about, for and by all those involved in local public services
Working Lunch (25 mins)
A chat show minus the studio audience. Three or four guests with a keen interest in local government, kept in order by an affable host, all discussing key issues in local government and news stories of interest to a local government audience. Broadcast live@12:45
every Tuesday from 58VE (the Nesta Building) then on-demand from noon Wednesday
CLG Briefings (5-15 mins)
A mini-documentary introducing some innovation in local government process or thinking. Interviews, on-screen process demos, animated graphics and footage produced by the featured organisations . Broadcast each week, on-demand from Wednesday evening.
BetterConnected.TV (5-15 mins)
Short films introduced by Vicky Sargent spotlighting all sorts of digital initiatives in the local government digital arena and featuring news and developments from the Better Connected programme.
Sometimes features digital innovations that also featured on the Public Service Digital Innovation Exchange. Broadcast on-demand from noon every Thursday
CLG Progress Report (10-20 mins)
In depth interviews, often on location, with in-depth anlysis of developments in the longer term, strategic preoccupations of those in public service. Broadcast from time to time, sometimes live, always on-demand
Head to Head (5-15 mins)
A one to one interview with leaders and innovators in the re-invention of local public services
AnswerTime (30-40 mins)
A panel show, three guests and a host, filmed in front of a live studio audience who provide most of the questions and some of the answers.
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