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The Early Roots of Film

The Parisians screamed. And it seemed a perfectly reasonable response. After all, packed into a musty early cinema, they had just witnessed...

Magazines: a media migration

In a world where relaxation takes the form of 6 second Vines and temporary Snap stories, and where we are used to having our entire culture and news filtered through to us in carefully curated 280-word tweets, how can traditional print press compete?

Art in the Age of Technology

Imagine the future. You walk into a room expecting an art gallery. Instead, you come face to face with a baron white cubicle. A woman stands in the corner, holding a pair of VR glasses. She hands them to you. Puzzled, you put them on.

Byron, Elvis and Kim: Celebrity Now

With social media platforms, we are now closer than ever before to celebrities and influencers. But has this changed the way we perceive them? George Rushton explores the celebrity/fan relationships across the ages.
Photo showing a poster for Love/Sick which is due on Week 2 Tuesday to Saturday in the BT studio at 7:30PM

LOVE/SICK – ‘Your trip to Tesco’s will never seem the same...

Matter of Act’s ambitious new production in an “alternate suburban reality” details the joys of falling in and out of love.

Is video assistant referee anti-football?

'Referees only have one aim: to protect themselves.' When asked to discuss new rules from the International Football Association Board (IFAB) regarding...

Students win £10,000 prize for using artificial intelligence cancer diagnosis kit

DECancer.AI artificial intelligence detects early cancer through analysis of an affordable blood test and the patient's medical history, allowing for early treatment and care and increasing the chances of the cancer being cured.

Life Divided: Dating App or Dating Crap?

Does Tinder hinder human interactions? Does Bumble fumble with how we find a sexual partner? Anna Lewis and Samuel Juniper debate just this

A whole new world: NASA’s pioneering search for life

Jonathan Stark explains how the TESS satellite will help us find new life