Award-winning broadcast journalist Emily Maitlis has been confirmed as the author of this year’s Big Read book.
The chance to work behind-the-scenes on one of the world’s longest-running television shows might not have been possible for one Edge Hill University undergraduate without the Student Opportunity Fund.
Famous canine personality Hacker T Dog, who presents on Children’s BBC (CBBC) 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 […]
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 […]
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.
Edge Hill University graduate Kerry Howard takes on one of Britain’s best-loved TV roles, starring as the young Hyacinth Bucket in the BBC’s prequel to classic 90s sitcom Keeping Up Appearances.
Edge Hill University’s Senior Lecturer in PR and Politics, Paula Keaveney, has written the following post about the reputational problems the BBC has faced and why a good PR team is essential.
An Edge Hill academic will be interviewed on BBC Radio 3 on Saturday about avant-garde composer La Monte Young.
Media students at Edge Hill University have been commissioned to create an animation video for the BBC’s Learning Zone.