An Edge Hill University professor has spoken about the importance of creative activity to health and wellbeing at the UK’s first culture, health and wellbeing conference. As part of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance conference Professor Owen Evans, spoke of the importance of the arts in helping to keep people […]
Famous canine personality Hacker T Dog, who presents on Children’s BBC (CBBBC) joined other presenters, film producers, editors and media experts for a special Festival in a Day at Edge Hill University. Big names from across the world of film and television including; presenter Katie Thistleton (CBBC/Radio One), Blue Peter editor Ewan Vinnicombe, documentary maker […]
A student from Edge Hill has bagged a job at Warner Bros. thanks to the skills she acquired throughout her degree, along with the University’s partnership with the Production Guild.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have discovered what might encourage people to go vegan. Prof Claire Parkinson, Dr Richard Twine and Naomi Griffin from Edge Hill’s Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS) carried out a year of research funded by The Vegan Society. They found that non-vegans were more likely to go vegan (move to […]
Welcome to the Department of Media’s Festival in a Day! #PodSquad Wednesday March 20th 2019 Creative Edge from 10.00am From picking up new skills, enhancing your existing skillset or focusing on future career or international study, Festival In A Day has got an activity for you. Choose your Pod (no booking required) and plug into […]
Professor Claire Parkinson and Dr Richard Twine are researching the relationships between the animal-industrial complex, climate change, and the potential role of children in tackling arguably humanity’s biggest challenge.
An academic from Edge Hill University has curated an interactive digital exhibition which will be showcased at Chapel Gallery, Ormskirk, until May.
Staff and students at Edge Hill University were invited to a special screening of an episode of BBC One’s Moving On, which was filmed on campus last year.
With Wales’s Y Gwyll ‘Hinterland’ crime drama taking the world by storm, a leading television scholar asks how a programme so “authentically local” can appeal to millions internationally. Edge Hill University’s Elke Weissmann, a Reader in Film and Television, has written about the Welsh language drama for a chapter in a newly published book ‘European […]
Edge Hill University has partnered with the Production Guild of Great Britain to deliver the first university partnership to channel new talent into UK film and TV drama production offices.