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Im Gespräch mit Jannis Androutsopoulos video icon

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Im Gespräch mit Jannis Androutsopoulos

In conversation with Hamburg University's Jannis Androutsopoulos. This content is in German.

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30 mins
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Thirty-seven winters of discontent article icon

History & The Arts 

Thirty-seven winters of discontent

Since the original 1978/79 Winter Of Discontent, any setback at any time between late summer and Easter has been garlanded with the same grim title.

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Society, Politics & Law 

How Trump tweets

Writing shortly after Donald Trump assumed office, Dr John Jewell observed that a new role hadn't changed the President's social media behaviour.

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5 mins
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Reporting in the fog of an attack article icon

History & The Arts 

Reporting in the fog of an attack

As Channel 4 News showed following the Westminster attacks, it can be easy for even the best journalists to slip up covering a fast-moving story. 

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How do I pitch an idea to a science editor? article icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

How do I pitch an idea to a science editor?

If you've got a story about science, you'll want to get it read. The first step is getting an editor to want to publish it... but how do you persuade the gatekeepers to open up?

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Rio 2016: Green pools, drug cheats, sexism and nationality - A short reading list article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Rio 2016: Green pools, drug cheats, sexism and nationality - A short reading list

Why has the diving pool gone green? What does 'your team' mean in 2016? Will hosting the games make people happier? How sexist are the Olympics? A round up of academic insight from the first week of the Rio games.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Indymedia

A global participatory network of journalists.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Evolution of the political interview

The set-piece interview has become background noise. But do gladiatorial battles turn voters off?

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Society, Politics & Law 

Newsworthy Lawyers

Historically judges and lawyers didn’t do interviews, give press conferences or be subject to journalistic scrutiny. Nowadays it is considered a matter of public interest that they engage with the media in order to increase public understanding of the justice system. Professor Gary ------- discusses the developments that led to this revolutionary change with Frances Gibb, Legal Editor of The Times, under whose professional investigative journalism resulted in the democratisation of law.

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15 mins
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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Georgina Tomlinson's story

Explore the personal side of climate change with Georgina Tomlinson's diary entry.

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Media Revolution: How have newspapers changed in the internet age? video icon

TV, Radio & Events 

Media Revolution: How have newspapers changed in the internet age?

Alan Rusbridger, Editor-in-chief of the Guardian Media Group examines the ways newspapers have adapted to suit the ever changing market

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5 mins
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Has Robert Peston caused a recession? Social amplification, performativity and risks in financial markets article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

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