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Broadcast log 3rd May - 10th May

Friday 3rd May

BBC Radio 4
Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, Warwick University, talks about Margaret Thatcher and the mining industry.
In the same programme: Professor Nick Crafts, Economics, talks about Britain after Margaret Thatcher.

BBC 1 South Regional News
BBC 1 Oxford Regional News
Professor Tim Bugg, Biological Chemistry, University of Warwick, talks about renewable bioplastic.

Saturday 4th May

BBC Radio 4 Today Programme

Dr Sue Bridgewater, Warwick Business School, interviewed on the subject of football management.
Also on: BBC WM News Programme
BBC WM Football Discussion

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire
Several mentions of Professor Wyn Grant, Politics and International Studies, who talked about the local elections.

BBC 1 West Midlands
The University of Warwick’s research into strong bio-degradable plastics is featured in a bulletin. Many mentions.

Sunday 5th May

YC-FM - New York, NY
WAMU-FM - Washington, D.C
WESA-FM - Pittsburgh, PA
WUNC-FM - Raleigh, NC
BBC World Service Radio
BBC Radio 4
BBC Wales
Professor Swaran Singh, WMS, interview on mental health, possession and Jinns. (Repeated many times)

BBC Radio 4
Andrew Oswald, Economics talks about the economics of, and government revenue earned from, the number-plate market.

BBC Radio 4 – More or Less
Professor Nick Crafts, Economics, talks about Margaret thatcher’s economic legacy.

Monday 6th May

BBC 1 West Midlands
The University of Warwick’s research into strong bio-degradable plastics is featured in a bulletin. Many Mentions

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire
Several mentions of Noel Whiteside, University of Warwick’s interview on the governments changes to overseas pensions. Many Mentions

BBC Radio 4 – More or Less
Professor Nick Crafts, Economics, talks about Margaret thatcher’s economic legacy.

BBC Radio Wales and BBC 5 Live
Andrew Oswald, Economics, talks about the economics of, and government revenue earned from, the number-plate market.

Tuesday 7th May

BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire
Several mentions of Professor Marcus Miller, Macroeconomics at the University of Warwick who talked about Britain and the EU.

Wednesday 8th May

Russia Today
Jon Rushman, Professor of Practice at Warwick Business School, talks about credit rating agencies.

Reuters TV
Dr Sue Bridgewater, Warwick Business School, interviewed on the subject of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement.

Financial Times TV
Andrew Oswald, Economics, on the topic of job satisfaction, happiness of employees and the financial implications for employers.

Thursday 9th May

Sky News
Professor Wyn Grant, Warwick University, interviewed on the subject of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement. Repeated many times throughout the day.

Friday 10th May

WTOP-DC (Radio) - Washington, D.C.
Andrew Oswald, Economics, research on home ownership and how it can affect the labour market is commented on.