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Professor Roberta Bivins interview

Listen to expert Professor Roberta Bivins discussing the NHS in an interview for National Public radio in the US.

Wed 22 Mar 2023, 14:36 | Tags: TV and Radio, Expert Comment

Professor Christoph Mick appears on the BBC's Who do you think you are?

Professor Christoph Mick appears in an episode of the BBC's Who do you think you are? with personality Sue Perkins.

Wed 25 May 2022, 09:23 | Tags: TV and Radio

Historian of science James Poskett discusses his latest book, Horizons, with Dan Snow (@TheHistoryGuy) on the @HistoryHit podcast

Wed 27 Apr 2022, 09:10 | Tags: TV and Radio

Song-Chuan Chen to Broadcast on BBC Radio 4

Dr Song-Chuan Chen will appear on BBC Radio 4 - In our Time, The May Fourth Movement on Thursday 9 December, 9am to talk about Chinese history.

Wed 08 Dec 2021, 11:10 | Tags: TV and Radio

Audio interview by Dr Stefan Bauer on "The Invention of Papal History"

Professor Tim Lockley talks to Sky news about the recent unrest in the USA

Interview with Sky news can be seen five minutes into the recording at:

AHRC-BBC New Thinking podcast about Religion and Ordinary Lives featuring Dr Naomi Pullin

Dr Naomi Pullin, Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the University of Wawick was involved in a recording for the AHRC-BBC New Thinking podcast about ‘Religion and Ordinary Lives’. This event will be broadcast live via BBC Sounds on BBC Radio 3 on Tuesday 7 April 2020 at 10pm. Further details about the programme can be found here:

Tue 31 Mar 2020, 16:01 | Tags: TV and Radio Impact and Public Engagement Announcement

Professor Hilary Marland provides expert opinion on BBC One's Who Do You Think You Are?

In a first for Who Do You Think You Are?, father-and-son comedy double-act Jack and Michael Whitehall join forces to investigate their family tree. They discover the tragedy that left Jack’s great grandfather (Michael’s grandfather) an orphan. And tracing their line back to Wales in the 1830s, they find out about a Tory ancestor's role in opposing the Chartist movement for wider voting rights.

Professor Hilary Marland features in the programme, which is now available on BBC iPlayer.

Fri 09 Aug 2019, 11:26 | Tags: TV and Radio, Media, Faculty of Arts, Expert Comment

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