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Broadcast Log - December 24 - January 9

Previous Broadcasts

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire, 22nd December 2014, repeated twice in the afternoon

An interview with the sister of a student from the University of Warwick who was killed in a road traffic accident

BBC Radio Kent, 23rd December 2014

Professor Elizabeth Dowler, Sociology, discusses the contributing factors behind the increase in food banks

 

Broadcast Log – December 24th 2014 – January 9th 2015

KSBI TV, ‘Your Health with Dr. Richard and Cindy Becker’, Oklahoma, 24th December 2014

A mention of research by the University of Warwick into the mental health benefits of eating more fruits and vegetables

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire, 25th December 2014

Dr Octavio Ferraz, Law, talks about the demonstrations in Brazil over the costs of the world cup

BBC Radio Stoke, 28th December 2014

Professor Swaran Singh, WMS, talks about his first-hand experience of the aftermath of the assassination of Indira Ghandi in 1984

BBC Radio Scotland, 28th December 2014

Professor Elizabeth Dowler, Sociology, is mentioned for her views on the contributing factors behind the increase in food banks

BBC1, Christmas of My Lifetime with Len Goodman, TV, 28th December 2014,

University of Warwick graduate, Jenny Bond features on the programme ‘Christmas of My Lifetime’ discussing her Christmas in 1959

BBC Radio 5 Live, 30th December 2014

Professor Andrew Easton, Life Sciences, discusses the woman suffering from Ebola who was able to fly from London to Glasgow undetected

BBC Midlands Today, TV, 31st December 2014

Also on: Free Radio Birmingham, repeated once in the morning and once in the afternoon

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire

A mention of the University of Warwick Vice Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift being knighted

BBC News 24, 31st December 2014, repeated throughout the day

Also on: BBC Radio 5 Live

Radio Sputnik, Russia

BBC Radio Wales

BBC Radio Cornwall

BBC Radio Scotland

BBC Radio 2

BBC Radio Sheffield

BBC Radio Somerset

BBC Radio Guernsey

BBC Radio 1

LBC Radio, repeated once in the afternoon

Professor Andrew Easton, Life Sciences, discusses the woman suffering from Ebola who was able to fly from London to Glasgow undetected

BBC Radio West Midlands, 2nd January 2015

Professor Nick James, WMS, discusses how and why some people are more susceptible to getting cancer

BBC Midlands News, TV, 2nd January 2015

Professor Wyn Grant, PAIS, discusses the general election

BBC Radio London 94.9, 2nd January 2015

Honorary Professor Richard Smith, WMS, is mentioned in a discussion about the best way to die

BBC Radio Wales, 4th January 2015

An interview with a graduate from the University of Warwick about her musical career

BBC Radio Gloucester, 4th January 2015, repeated from 28th December 2014, repeated once in the evening

Also on: BBC Radio Somerset, repeated once in the evening

A clip from a forthcoming documentary featuring Professor Swaran Singh, WMS, talking about his first-hand experience of the aftermath of the assassination of Indira Ghandi in 1984

BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester, 5th January 2015

Also on: BBC Radio Solent

BBC Radio Humberside

BBC Radio Sussex

BBC Radio Scotland

BBC Radio Leeds

BBC Radio Stoke

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

BBC Radio Foyle

A mention of the University of Warwick in a discussion about accommodation for visitors around Coventry

BBC Radio Wales, 5th January 2015

Professor Andrew Easton, Life Sciences, discusses the woman suffering from Ebola who was able to fly from London to Glasgow undetected

BBC Radio Norfolk, 5th January 2015, repeated four times in the morning

Honorary Professor Richard Smith, WMS, is mentioned in a discussion about the best way to die

BBC Radio 5 Live, 5th January 2015

Professor David Evans, Life Sciences, discusses the woman suffering from Ebola who was able to fly from London to Glasgow undetected

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire, 6th January 2015

Dr Charlotte Allender, Life Sciences, discusses things a lot of people don’t know about some of our winter vegetables

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire, 7th January 2015

Professor Don Pollacco, Physics, discusses the Kepler space telescope discovering of eight more planets

Touch FM Radio, 7th January 2015

Professor Graeme Currie, WBS, discusses the A&E crisis

Sky News, TV, 7th January 2015

Professor Sean Hand, French Studies, discusses Charlie Hebdo and the Paris shooting

Press Association, TV, 8th January 2015

Also on: Sky News Arabia, TV

BBC Radio Newcastle

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire

Professor Sean Hand, French Studies, discusses Charlie Hebdo and the Paris shooting

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire, 9th January 2015

Professor Tom Marsh, Physics, discusses the discovery the new comet ‘Lovejoy’

BBC Breakfast, TV, 9th January 2015

Also on: BBC News, TV

Professor Graeme Currie, WBS, discusses the A&E crisis

BBC Radio 4, World at One, 9th January 2015

Professor Richard Aldrich, PAIS, talks about the threat of a UK terror attack

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire, 9th January 2015

A traffic report providing information about temporary lights around the University of Warwick campus