Save Doctor Who and protest against the BBC cuts: join Doctor Who fans and stars from the show at Broadcasting House in Langham Place, London W1A 1AA between 12.30 to 13.30 on Monday 23 November. Speakers include former Time Lord Peter Davison, Sophie Aldred and Bertie Carvel. Or join the demo tomorrow (Saturday) outside Brighton's Theatre Royal at 10.30 to 14.30. You can order badges from firstname.lastname@example.org and download the Dr Who Poster and our three BBC cartoons
Freelances & photographers: NUJ event to Boost your income and raise your professional profile. This one-day conference in London, on January 16, will provide a series of free workshops to help you revitalise your career by adding new skills to match the demands of the market or find novel ways to promote your work. It will give freelances, seasoned or fledgling, and those thinking of leaving a staff job, essential tips to be successful. Please register your interest at email@example.com
Young and student members: the NUJ's event, All you need to know to launch a career in the media industry will be held in London on Saturday 30 January. Speakers include Harriet Minter, editor of the Guardian’s Women in Leadership section, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, and Alex Wood, the launch editor of Tech City News and editor-in-chief of The Memo. There will be sessions on how to make contacts, pitch your ideas and get paid properly and how to raise your professional profile through social media.
The Trinity Mirror takeover and journalism's future in Wales: the Media Reform Coalition and Cardiff University's School of Journalism are hosting a meeting to discuss the buy-out of Local World and its implication for media plurality on Thursday 26 November from 17:30 to 19:30. List of speakers and how to book on Eventbrite
Google News Lab workshop: this free workshop for NUJ freelance members, from 10.00 to 14.00 on Thursday 4 February, includes sessions on how Google tools can be used to help journalists research, report and visualise a story and how to integrate imagery and organise data to create compelling interactives. Places are limited, sign up now at firstname.lastname@example.org.