University of Leicester's Professor David Mattingly appears on television programme
Even as some of the trenches in Greyfriars Car Park are carefully filled in, media interest in Richard III continues as strong as ever.
No Plantagenet King has had this much press coverage since 1485.
Leicester academic explains why it’s been a bad year.
Award-winning television newsreader and journalist
Or come along to hear Jan and Mark speak in Oxford on Thursday.
Former student radio broadcaster, now TV footie pundit.
The name’s Chapman, James Chapman*
Orations for, and responses by, Biddy Baxter and Nigel Henbest.
Blue Peter matriarch beloved by two generations of viewers.
Bioengineering research helps to explain ‘What makes a masterpiece?’
University of Leicester archaeological work is on TV this week – and you can find out loads more at the Open Day on Saturday.
Alan Carr’s family history programme calls on Leicester expertise.
Leicester’s DNA fingerprinting pioneer and the case which made legal history.
News network stops off in Leicester on the ‘Road to Durban’.
One of the Middle East’s most well-known faces studied at the University of Leicester, not that you would have known about it.
Medical humanities event brings doctors and dramatists together
This week’s edition of History Cold Case on BBC2 features Dr Andrew Hopper from our Department of Historical Studies, discussing the English Civil War.
Exploring the expensive comforts of Ancient Greece and the Medieval World.