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Read, Watch and Listen

What do film commissioning editors look for?

So you’ve made a film, but what’s next? Richard Davidson-Houston, Head of All 4, and RIFA 2018 judge, gives his top five tips on how best to approach commissioning editors.

How a HUG can help people with dementia

People living with advanced dementia often become withdrawn, depressed and 'locked in'. But play can offer a way back out, according to a remarkable multidisciplinary project based at Cardiff Metropolitan University.

ECR interview: Making connections is key

Dr Richard Bramwell – a Lecturer in Communication and Media Studies at Loughborough University – reflects on what he’s learned moving beyond his PhD to become a full-time academic.

ECR interview: Making the most of a unique opportunity

Dr Alinka Greasley talks about her life as an Early Career Researcher which she described as a valuable time, which brought unique opportunities, that helped her build a strong foundation for a successful future career. 

Education and impact of the First World War

AHRC funded engagement centres have been supporting community groups to research how the war impacted on educational institutions. How did they cope and what was their contribution?

Ventilation design on the prevalence of Anti-Microbial Bacteria in homes

Could the design of modern homes be making us ill? For World Antibiotics Awareness Week (12-18 November 2018) it is a question being asked by Tim Sharpe, Professor in Environmental Architecture and Director of Mackintosh Environmental Architecture Research Unit at Glasgow School of Art.

RIFA 2018 – Social Media Short Award

The Social Media Award recognises the growing importance of socially shared video and showcases the best short films made with social media platforms in mind.

AHRC image gallery marks Anti-Slavery Day on 18 October 2018

This online gallery features images from the world’s first archive of murals focused on modern slavery and human trafficking. The archive was launched in 2018 as part of the AHRC-funded, Antislavery Usable Past project which is embedding the lessons of past antislavery movements into the contemporary movement to end global slavery