Arts, Society and Culture

History on the Box: Lucy Worsley’s ‘Six Wives’

History on the Box: Lucy Worsley’s ‘Six Wives’

Posted by ap507 at Mar 16, 2017 12:47 PM |

PhD students Liz Round and Katie Bridger debate Lucy Worsley’s ‘Six Wives’ programme, which aired on BBC One

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The start of a ‘distinctly political’ regulation of the BBC

The start of a ‘distinctly political’ regulation of the BBC

Posted by ap507 at Mar 06, 2017 01:35 PM |

Dr Jelena Dzakula discusses the future of the BBC as part of the LSE's Media Policy Project

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'As a lecturer in the 1980s, I kept my sexual orientation to myself'

'As a lecturer in the 1980s, I kept my sexual orientation to myself'

Posted by pt91 at Feb 28, 2017 03:33 PM |

LGBT History Month highlights changing attitudes on campus, says Mark Peel

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'The theoretical possibility of equality on the cricket field was a radical idea in a colonised, hierarchical and deeply divided society'

'The theoretical possibility of equality on the cricket field was a radical idea in a colonised, hierarchical and deeply divided society'

Posted by es328 at Feb 28, 2017 11:54 AM |

Dr Prashant Kidambi discusses the first Indian cricket team to tour England and how the sport became a revolutionary power in South Asia

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Leicester City’s decision to sack Claudio Ranieri symbolic of ‘obsession with change’

Leicester City’s decision to sack Claudio Ranieri symbolic of ‘obsession with change’

Posted by es328 at Feb 27, 2017 09:45 AM |

Leicester academic claims the controversial dismissal which has angered City fans reflects society’s change culture

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Claudio Ranieri: sacking Leicester City's manager was unceremonious, ruthless and risky

Claudio Ranieri: sacking Leicester City's manager was unceremonious, ruthless and risky

Posted by es328 at Feb 24, 2017 01:55 PM |

John Williams discusses the controversial sacking of Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri

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