C&FD uses a series of grainy photographs by former Eurythmics songwriter Dave Stewart in this annual report for charity The Passage, to communicate the harsh reality of living on the street. The report is principally a fund-raising document detailing the work of the charity, and is about to be mailed to existing and would-be sponsors. Photographic agency Lifeboat Matey touched up Stewart’s images. The Passage is a charity set up to help homeless people.

Sky 1 has launched a TV version of Chris Evans’ Virgin Radio breakfast show. The programme consists of the celebrity sitting in his radio studio. The graphics sequence for the show has been created by 4i. Meanwhile, the BBC has announced proposed changes to its flagship news programmes to be implemented next year. A BBC spokesman says no firm decision has yet been made on who will create the identity and intro sequences for the new programmes.

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