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Images of Blaenau Gwent article icon

History & The Arts 

Images of Blaenau Gwent

Photographs by Linda Stemp.

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Digital stories – Blaenau Gwent REACH article icon

History & The Arts 

Digital stories – Blaenau Gwent REACH

These short films are recollections of life in Blaenau Gwent from tenants at Llys Glyncoed extra care scheme on the outskirts of Ebbw Vale. The residents were interviewed by Year 9 pupils from Ebbw Fawr Learning Community, who in spring 2020 recorded their reminiscences and set them to images.

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The history of Blaenau Gwent article icon

History & The Arts 

The history of Blaenau Gwent

These two studies of the history of Blaenau Gwent were developed by participants in a series of history workshops run by the BG REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre in the spring of 2020.

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About Blaenau Gwent REACH article icon

History & The Arts 

About Blaenau Gwent REACH

BG REACH is a creative arts project supporting the people of Blaenau Gwent to make art, music, creative writing and film that reflects on the rich and fascinating history of their local area. 

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Heritage case studies: Scotland free course icon Level

History & The Arts 

Heritage case studies: Scotland

The heritage traditions of Scotland are unique in comparison to the rest of Britain. This free course, Heritage case studies: Scotland, uses two case studies to demonstrate how heritage sites have helped to forge the Scottish national identity and history.

Free course
5 hrs
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Aberdulais Falls: A case study in Welsh heritage free course icon Level

History & The Arts 

Aberdulais Falls: A case study in Welsh heritage

This free course, Aberdulais Falls: A case study in Welsh heritage, looks at the Aberdulais Falls in Wales, and considers the key issues affecting the decision-making of the bodies which are responsible for looking after our heritage. We examine the heritage debates: who decides what should be preserved from the past as our heritage, who is this heritage for, and how should it be presented and explained?

Free course
2 hrs
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What is Britain's most sacred site? video icon

History & The Arts 

What is Britain's most sacred site?

Britian is scattered with sacred sites - why do we feel the resonance of ancient religion?

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5 mins
Creative commons image Icon Kirt Edblom under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license
Extinctions at World Heritage Sites aren't just environmental disasters article icon

Nature & Environment 

Extinctions at World Heritage Sites aren't just environmental disasters

As species vanish at alarming rates from protected areas, the impact goes beyond loss of diversity.  Emilio Rodríguez Mega reports.

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Wales: Culture and identity audio icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Wales: Culture and identity

Wales is a vibrant nation with its own language, musical heritage and strong cultural identity. Central to this identity and a source of national pride, is rugby, which is deeply embedded in the national consciousness and explored in ‘Rugby and welsh identity’. Away from the sports pitch, this collection also looks at place and belonging, gender and race, nationalism and language, class, work, and political and cultural representation in Wales. This material forms part of The Open University course D172 Contemporary Wales.

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1 hr 15 mins
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Inuit Throat Singing audio icon

History & The Arts 

Inuit Throat Singing

In many cultures, song is perhaps one of the most important traditions. What is extraordinary about the Inuit musical tradition is the way they create their songs - with notes originating from their throats. The song isn't interrupted even when a breath has to be taken. The 6 tracks in this album focus on Tanya Tagaq, who describes the amazing art of throat singing and how her heritage and culture, carried in her heart forever, has driven her to continue with this unique tradition. This material is drawn from The Open University course AA317, Words and music.

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20 mins
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Heritage, whose heritage? audio icon

History & The Arts 

Heritage, whose heritage?

How should Stonehenge be conserved for the future? The modernisation of the Visitors' Centre at Stonehenge has been a battleground, exposing conflicting interests, and revealing the challenges that can lie behind the preservation of heritage sites. This album explores how different values and perceptions of heritage affect how the past is safeguarded, examining the British preoccupation with the built environment. Heritage can impart a sense of national identity and preserve memories and associations, but for whom? This material forms part of The Open University course A180 Heritage, whose heritage?

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1 hr
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Norma Waterson: English Folk Singing audio icon

History & The Arts 

Norma Waterson: English Folk Singing

Song, in its many forms, surrounds us - and may have been a feature of life since the very beginnings of human history. It is practiced in every society in the world, its importance undiminished in modern times. The tracks on this album focus on English Folk singing, the traditions behind the songs, and the stories behind the traditions. Performances from folk singer Norma Waterson complete the fascinating journey through English folk heritage. This material is drawn from The Open University course AA317 Words and music.

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45 mins
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