Former Edge Hill University student Dr Matt Lawson has proved he knows the score when it comes to movie music with the publication of his first book. The PhD graduate from Scarborough shares his passion for cinematic compositions in 100 Greatest Film Scores, an A-Z of the most memorable music produced for the big screen, […]
An Edge Hill academic will be speaking at the Barbican as part of a season discussing a “game-changing” era in UK television. The Television Will Be Revolutionised: Channel 4 and the 1982 Workshop Declaration will examine the way the channel set up in 1981, with a remit to provide innovative broadcasting that challenged the mainstream, […]
Broadcaster Janice Long has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Edge Hill University in recognition of her contribution to the popular music and national cultural life.
A student from Edge Hill University hasn’t let her Tourette’s stand in the way of working towards her dream career in the television industry, she has in fact used it to her advantage.
An Edge Hill University academic has written a monograph about American screenwriter, director, producer, comic book writer, and composer Joss Whedon.
The clock is ticking, the countdown continues its inexorable progress, the midnight hour rapidly approaches. We could be talking about the start of the World Cup in Russia.
Creative Writing student Lucy Barrett took advantage of a free ticket to Sound City, courtesy of EHU, to get a sneak preview of the UK music scene’s future chart-toppers.
“Liverpool is the centre of the music world,” contends Sociology with Politics student Amos Wynn, who covered the festival for Edge Hill.
Phil Jackson, Programme Leader for BA Media, Music and Sound, has come a long way since his first Eurovision Song Contest in 1976, watching the UK’s Brotherhood of Man scoop the title.
A group of Film and Television Production students got first-hand experience of working at a European film festival thanks to the Edge Hill Student Opportunity Fund.