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.
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The arts have a vital role to play in helping marginalised communities cope with the impacts of climate change, according to Dr Katie McQuaid, an anthropologist and research fellow at the University of Leeds.
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Dr Nicolas Pillai talks about the BBC's one-night-only revival of its landmark 1960s programme, Jazz 625, and why it comes at a great time for the genre.
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Niall Geraghty completed his AHRC doctoral award in 2015, from the University of Cambridge, here he talks about the benefit of doing a PhD and why AHRC funding was key to being able to complete his PhD
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As we celebrate 300 years since the publication of Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe - arguably the first English novel, Emma Nuttall, talks to us about what could be next for the novel - and literature - in the years ahead.
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To celebrate World Heritage Day, we spoke to some of the Principal Investigators on a range of AHRC-funded heritage research projects, to get their take on the five key insights from the heritage sector.
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To mark the first ever Creative Industries Day, we asked four professionals from across the sector to tell us about their experiences getting in to the sector
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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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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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A new sci-fi thriller podcast from BBC Radio 4 is offering a fascinating additional dimension to an AHRC-funded project looking at the world of wildlife filmmaking
Read more about Ground-breaking podcast about relationship with natural soundscapes