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18 August 2020
Interview with Afshan D'souza-Lodhi, New Creative
"A lot of women I grew up around have been challenging these patriarchal narratives for a long time. It’s just that the mainstream media doesn’t pick it up."
18 August 2020
“Have you ever wondered why it is always the men who sell us meat in butcher shops yet in the kitchen it is the women who yield the knives and then cut, prep and cook the meat?”
15 July 2020
Defining a nation: Cameroonian youth's war on words
How are young people creating their very own language in Cameroon?
1 June 2020
Lee Miller: Discovering a local hero in lockdown
During lockdown, I have found a new local hero in the extraordinary true story of wartime photographer Lee Miller.
7 April 2020
Animals book review
Awarded the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize in 2015, Emma Jane Unsworth's debut novel ‘Animals’ is an exploration into the multi-faceted nature of female friendship and the rebellious acts of women refusing to simply ‘settle down’.
30 March 2020
Podcasts to see you through lockdown
During this global pandemic, it feels a little overwhelming trying to maintain any sense of normality. Here are some of my top podcast recommendations to see you through the day.
10 March 2020
The human face of artificial intelligence
During the Tate Exchange ‘Uni 2 Unicorns event, I took part in an interactive workshop to find out more about the potential for artificial intelligence to identify and mimic human emotion.
17 February 2020
Sharing genetic data: Henrietta Lacks and the question of informed consent
In 1951 Henrietta Lacks unknowingly donated her cells to cancer research, unaware that they would both save lives and provoke fierce debate over what constitutes ethical medical research.
21 January 2020
Don’t be a stranger to politics - why you should visit the Houses of Parliament
The Houses of Parliament is at the centre of political life for MPs, but UK residents can also visit. I decided to take a trip to Westminster and find out why it is vital to exercise our democratic right to visit Parliament.
2 December 2019
‘Jo Cox: More in Common’ by Brendan Cox
A book review.
19 November 2019
When the Clocks Go Back
To anyone who struggles to adapt to the shorter, darker days of autumn. This poem is for you.
11 November 2019
In Conversation with Margaret Atwood at the Brighton Dome
On the 31st October, Brighton Dome hosted an interview with Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood.
4 November 2018
An obituary (for the alive)
Poem by Rosie Doyle
25 June 2018
The Final Glow
Comment posted on 2 December 2019
Hi Tom, thank you so much for promoting this to the home page!