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Prescribing social activities to lonely people

Professor Kimberley Brownlee examines the ethical questions for GPs.


Who wants to live forever?

Queen asked the question, Oasis quite fancied it but Lemmy from Motorhead didn’t want to. Living forever is something which has captured the imaginations of scientists and artists, well...forever.

Women in WWI

From Munitionettes to Citizens – Women in 1918

The experience of the Great War helped to radically change notions of citizenship in Britain. Dr Sarah Richardson examines how life changed for British women after 1918.


Ahead of the 200 anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, Dr Alison Morgan talks about her new collection of poems and ballads written in the immediate aftermath of the 1819 scandal.


Twice in her life Professor Deirdre McCloskey, the ground breaking economist made Honorary Graduand by the University of Warwick, has torn up the rule book.