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6 August 2022
F1 and its problem with harassment: why is it happening and how can it be prevented?
Accounts of fan abuse at the Austrian and Hungarian GP have shocked many, but what are the reasons for this increase in harassment?
29 July 2022
Union Interview: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
We spoke to Stephan R Cole member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers about his experiences within a union.
21 July 2022
Should menstrual leave become a permanent feature in the workplace?
Menstrual leave has been implemented in some workplaces, meaning women can take time off work during their period.
18 July 2022
The reversal of Roe v Wade must force the UK to look at its own abortion laws
The criminalisation of abortion in America may seem quite distant but if we are not careful the UK could be heading the same way.
15 July 2022
Why are we forgetting about the culture of sexual misconduct ingrained in Parliament?
The Chris Pincher scandal may have brought Boris Johnson down, but the rotten sleaze at the core of Parliament has been forgotten in the process.
11 July 2022
The history of trade unions and worker unrest in the UK: Part II
In Part II we take you through the history of unions and worker unrest in the UK from the Winter of Discontent to today.
11 July 2022
The history of trade unions and worker unrest in the UK: Part I
We take you through the history of unions and worker unrest in the UK and why we still need unions. In Part I we cover the period before unions to their involvement in the two world wars.
8 July 2022
Before Mario: The history of Nintendo
The Nintendo brand existed a long time before our favourite characters such as Mario, or Tom Nook were introduced.
7 July 2022
Boris Johnson resigns as Prime Minister
In a statement outside No. 10 Boris Johnson announced he was standing down as Prime Minister.
6 July 2022
Sunak and Javid resignations plunge UK government into crisis
The resignation of Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid has put the PM in a precarious position.
22 June 2022
To boycott or not to boycott: Sporting events and human rights abuses
Events such as the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have been called into question due to the host nation’s horrific human rights record. We assess whether boycotting these events helps with these issues or not.
21 June 2022
World Music Day: 7 personal picks for best soundtracks from film and television
A low brow guide to some of my favourite soundtracks from film and television!
20 June 2022
Hollywood’s Sewing Circle: Lesbian and bisexual women in the Golden Age of Cinema
Knowledge of Hollywood’s Sewing Circle is fragmented and often unreliable, but still an important insight into lesbian and bisexual individuals in the golden age of cinema.
15 June 2022
Jaskirt Boora: Telling people’s stories through photography
Jaskirt Boora discusses her socially engaged photography from ‘People, Place and Sport’ to ‘Birmingham Lockdown Stories’.
13 June 2022
Madeleine Cowell and making classical music accessible
A profile of Gabrieli's General Manager, Madeleine Cowell, who talks me through her career and getting young people into classical music.
8 June 2022
Russell T Davies: One of the greatest writers this country has to offer
We take you through some of Russell T Davies most famous work, from ‘Doctor Who’ to ‘It’s a Sin’, and explain why his TV work has resonated with audiences.
1 June 2022
Interview with actress and producer Lara Pictet
We spoke to Lara about her most recent projects ‘Dakota’ and ‘Renegades’, and her love for the acting world.
1 June 2022
Bradford named City of Culture 2025
The culture secretary made the announcement on BBC One’s The One Show.
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