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"TV does reach more learners": Prof Des Hewitt on the BBC's lockdown education programmes

It was reported today that the BBC will put school lessons on television to support children's education during the new lockdown. Professor Des Hewitt from the Centre For Teacher Education at the University of Warwick comments.


President Trumps' confirmirmation of America’s commitment to the One China policy

Professor Shaun Breslin from the department of Politics and International Studies shares thoughts on President Trumps' confirmirmation of America’s commitment to the One China policy..


Mexico mass grave: Severed heads and 32 bodies found

A brief comment by Dr Ben Smith, Department of History, regarding the mass grace discovered in Mexico..


Why are black women twice as likely to be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer?

Black women in England are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer as white women, as was reported on BBC News today.

Professor Annie Young from the Warwick Medical School comments on the factors behind this.

Wed 16 Nov 2016, 16:17 | Tags: WMS, Academic Staff, University of Warwick, BBC, cancer

The BBC iPlayer fee and young people’s media use

Dr Charlotte Stevens from the Department of Film and Television Studies looks at the new BBC iPlayer fee and discusses whether this will prompt young people to use other streaming platforms.

Fri 02 Sep 2016, 09:09 | Tags: BBC, Expert comment, Film & Television, Film and Television

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