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.
Darcie Caldcleugh works as a children’s worker with a registered charity, and believes her BSc in Child Health and Wellbeing prepared her “in the best way possible” for employment.
The UCAS HE fair. Despite teasingly suggesting ‘a gathering of stalls and
amusements for public…
When Marketing with PR student Sheila Miller had the chance to spend some time in a working radio…
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Dedication. That’s what you need if you want to be the
best, according to the late Roy Castle….
Audition rooms are a breeding ground for fear (def: an unpleasant
emotion caused by the threat of…
They say never work with children or
animals. Well Megan worked with baby animals, and loved it….