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Journalists stage mass walk-out in response to No.10 press ban

On February 3, a group of Journalists walked out of 10 Downing Street en-masse, after the Prime Minister’s director of communications tried to restrict certain media outlets from attending a…

Are The BBC failing Scottish voters?

The SNP have levelled criticisms at various media outlets for their failure to fairly and adequately report on Scottish politics.

Doctor Who turns to social commentary with Jodie Whittaker

Since the announcement of Jodie Whittaker as the new Doctor for series 11, Doctor Who has repeatedly been made the headlines.

The Slacker Podcast w/ You Me At Six

Among the warm lights, plants and sofas that looked like they were from the set of Friends, BBC Radio 1 Presenter Phil Taggart conducted a one-off live recording of ‘The…

BBC Introducing Live| Sustainability and Music

If you were to link sustainability with something it’s unlikely to be music. The panelists aimed to prove that wrong, focusing on plastic waste and emissions in the industry. Led…

America’s Power: BBC journalist Justin Webb talks bears, Obama and Trump

There’s a particular quality to the United States that is difficult to experience without seeing it for yourself. Roads stretching hundreds of miles, disappearing into the horizon. Winding through dense…

Notes from the underground: The Space

The Space is billed as Brighton’s unique arts and media event and unique it certainly is. Where else would revered BBC Four Controller Richard Klein and renown actress Clare Grogan…

An argument for pragmatism

Anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock for the past two months will have been aware of the students march in London last Wednesday. It is of course a…

Brighton's Best Kept Secrets

We lift the lid on the best up and coming musicians to emerge from your university town Brighton has a wide range of bands and artists that are working in…

Should Internet charge for England game?

Upon this publication, time will have told how many England fans will have paid to watch their country on the internet against Ukraine. Of course there are those die-hard fans…

Sergeant’s a major disappointment

The biggest financial crisis since 1929, a humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the beginning of a transition period that will culminate in the USA’s first African-American…

VC no-show for BBC Interview

The Vice-Chancellor Michael Farthing failed to appear at a BBC radio debate about the changing face of the University of Sussex last week.