eurocommunication members are getting in the mood for this year’s winter meeting, to be held next month in Windsor
Matthew tries to tell the entire history of the EU in 3 minutes in the style of a 19th century opera…
An introduction to simultaneous interpreting techniques for budding interpreters
Puzzled by interpreters‘ language combinations? Are they always speaking their mother tongue? Matthew tries to explain.
A National Network for Interpreting video Matthew Perret made about the changing prospects for young linguists in the UK.
eurocommunication’s Matthew Perret is the „expert“ guest in this comedy podcast from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Danielle Ward, Michael Legge, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Susan Calman & Nick Doody interrogate expert… For full-length unexpurgated version, see here: http://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/dotherightthing/series3_2/
Matthew’s latest video: communication breakdown leads to nudity at a multilingual meeting
A fantastic new Chilean film has premiered! The director spoke English in the interviews, the lead actress through Matthew from euro communication.
Interpreters at work, set to Nouvelle Vague
A look at some of the demons that interpreters reckon with in their middle years…
“In order that people may be happy in their work, these three things are needed: they must be fit for it; they must not do too much of it; and they must have a sense of success in it.”