Leicester Exchanges videos online

Posted by mjs76 at Mar 29, 2011 10:33 AM |
If you couldn’t make it to the Tower of London for last week’s live debate, you can watch it on YouTube.

Last week, the first Leicester Exchanges live event took place – a public debate on prison reform in the atmospheric environs of the Tower of London.

The event was videoed and has now been edited together and posted online, along with individual two-minute videos by each of our four panel members.

You can watch these videos on the Leicester Exchanges website or on the University of Leicester YouTube Channel.


If you head over to the University’s YouTube channel, you will also find, among the recently added videos, the various to-camera pieces recorded by contributors to Leicester Exchanges plus some fascinating clips of staff from our Department of Genetics explaining the use of simple life-forms such as fruit flies and yeast in laboratory research.

We have dozens of other videos on YouTube, including acceptance speeches by our various Honorary Graduates, including last year’s star, Terry Wogan. Why not subscribe to the channel and keep up-to-date with the University of Leicester's video productions?

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