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History & The Arts
Fred Davies explores the interfaces between cinema, culture and history.
Cinemas have re-released 'A Clockwork Orange' as part of thhe British Film Institute's celebration of Stanley Kubrick. Here Philip Seargeant delves into the famous and film, and dystopia in popular culture.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Dr Peter Lawson explores modernism in preparation for the first episode of In Their Own Words: British Novelists which will cover the ruins of war
TV, Radio & Events
David Chapman's final thoughts on The Virtual Revolution.
Is there anything left to say about Orwell's seminal work on Authoritarian states? Yes, there is.
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