Four nutritionists who carried out extensive research and discovered that other students at Edge Hill University weren’t eating enough fruit and vegetables have developed an innovative business plan to improve their diets.
The UK could learn a lot from the child protection system in Belgium, where all children are assigned a support worker from birth, says Edge Hill University researcher Dr Jadwiga Leigh
Dr Helen Newall explains more about why obese people are ridiculed in dance and how TV shows are helping to change this perception.
Mark Edward talks about cultural expectations of dancers and explains the meaning behind the images in Dying Swans and Dragged Up Dames.
A Euro-realist will argue that the European Union’s existence is crucial to the economic and political prosperity of its members at an Edge Hill University event.
Listen to an interview with award-winning artist Robyn Woolston as she explains in more detail about Habitus, the innovative art installation she has created for Edge Hill University.
Nursing union leader and honorary recipient Dr Peter Carter says why he thinks nursing is still “a wonderful profession” despite the pressures of the job.
Colin McKeown, Director of LA Productions, talks about the film industry being a great place to work in and why the door is always open for talented Edge Hill students.
Dr Giles Fraser tells students why it’s so important to write an obituary and talks about his friendship with the University’s Chancellor, Professor Tanay Byron.
Listen to an interview with Frank Cottrell Boyce, British screenwriter, novelist and occasional actor, who is also known for his children’s fiction.