In celebration of St David's Day, we asked Professor Paul Russell of the University of Cambridge to tell us a little about the patron saint of Wales.
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The Creative Industries Clusters Programme is the right way to boost the sector, according to Lord Finsbury, the man who led the 1998 Government taskforce that first identified the economic value of the creative industries.
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In the run up to the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, The AHRC CEO, Andrew Thompson, reflects on how research is ensuring our knowledge of the bard is constantly updated.
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As summer approaches and we begin to look forward to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, Dr. Stacey Pope, Associate Professor in the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Durham University, reflects on the public and media profile of women in football.
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Think the history of Roman Britain is all about soldiers? Think again.
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Infographics for public health have been the focus of Dr Catherine Stones’ work with Public Health England.
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2012 was not only the year of the Olympics but of Shakespeare too.
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A look at the life of Joan Whittington, post-war pioneer of the British Red Cross
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Christmas as we know it today began in the Victorian period. Before Queen Victoria took to the throne in June 1837 there were no Christmas cards, no crackers and no turkey. But by the end of her reign, the ancient midwinter festivities had been transformed into something we would all recognise.
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A new report from the AHRC highlights the role arts and humanities research plays in developing our understanding of the environment and our place within it.
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