Norman Hamilton, the Maltese High Commissioner in London, recently gave a talk at the National Liberal Club on the subject of his homeland's history and place in the world. He argued that what is undoubtedly a small state has a far greater influence in many matters than its size alone would suggest. today Translations was there to listen to a fascinating analysis of this curious archipelago.
Adam Routledge, the founder of UK entomophagy pioneers Edible Bug Farm, was one of the six innovators selected for the hotly contested Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 award. Jurga Žilinskienė has been associated with the award, both as a winner and now as a judge, and here we talk to Adam about his aims for the business and what the future might hold for entomophagy in the UK.
Ros Wright's illustrious career as one of the UK's most senior counter-fraud experts spans three decades and countless successes. More recently, her involvement in the legal system has led her to be involved with the disciplinary board of the National Register of Public Service Interpreters (NRPSI), the UK's independent regulator of public service interpreting. She was kind enough to talk to Today Translations about the problems that the Court Interpreting system must overcome, and the state of fraud prevention in the UK today.
Food translation is everywhere. In your fridge, on your lunch, and on your coffee. Yet this speciality comes with its own unique challenges to stimulate the creative and technical sides of professional translation.
Today Translations examines the world of financial translation, and some of its cautionary tales
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