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.
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In Shakespeare's 400th anniversary year we look back at a research project that uses technology to make visible London’s rich theatrical heritage
Read more about Walking Shakespeare's London
To mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, we speak to political historian Adrian Bingham what the vote meant for ordinary people.
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Dr Sumita Mukherjee talks to us about how the Indian women who took part in campaigns for suffrage were represented.
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To mark the centenary of the Representation of the people act that gave some women in the UK the vote for the first time, we’ve interviewed three suffrage scholars on why February 6th 1918 is a date none of us should forget.
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To mark the anniversary of this tragedy, researchers have developed an online application, 'Visualising the Iolaire', which provides a virtual map of the disaster.
Read more about Visualising the Iolaire 100 years on – An untold tragedy of the First World War
Village Tales, winner of the AHRC Research in Film Innovation Award, is a participatory film made by four young women in rural India.
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To mark Queen Victoria’s 200th birthday, Joanna Marschner, Senior Curator at Historic Royal Palaces tells us about an exciting AHRC-funded project which explores how Victoria played a vital role in the fashioning of her own image
Read more about Victoria's Self-Fashioning: Curating Royal Image for Dynasty, Nation and Empire
One of the winners of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Research in Film Awards (RIFA) 2018 has been put forward for a BAFTA Television Award.
Read more about Victoria Mapplebeck talks about how her RIFA win became a BAFTA nomination
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.
Read more about Ventilation design on the prevalence of Anti-Microbial Bacteria in homes