Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

School of Media and Communication




A Misjudged Election: reflecting on the media’s role in the ‘snap’ General Election of 2017

18th October 2017, 1.30pm5.00pm

So how did the politicians, pollsters, media and experts get the election so wrong?

From Plane Spotting To Peter Kay and Las Vegas: How I Got To Work With The Biggest Names In Show Business

17th October 2017, 4.00pm5.00pm

Mark Robinson founded Shiver at Kirkstall Road in Leeds 10 years ago. It all began with a pair of binoculars on a council estate not far from Leeds/Bradford Airport.

Problems and challenges in making Docudramas and Bio pics

16th October 2017, 9.00am11.00am

Alan Rosenthal discusses the different forms and mind-set required to produce bio-pics and docudramas.

Year in Industry Information talk

10th October 2017, 4.00pm5.00pm

Are you interested in doing a Year in Industry? Then come along to find out more information.

Life on the road as a foreign reporter

10th October 2017, 4.00pm5.00pm

Nicola Kelly from BBC World Service and BBC Radio 4 will shed light on broadcasting opportunities, industry pitfalls and what you can expect from a life on the road.

Undergraduate open days 2017

7th October 2017 (all day)

Find out more about life at Leeds.

Research Seminar: Susan Luckman - Popping Up Everywhere: Urban creative economies, social media and accelerated cultures of urban experiential consumption

4th October 2017, 4.15pm5.30pm

Susan Luckman will talk about creativity-led urban regeneration strategies which have become established mainstays of governmental policy.

Square Eyes: How I turned an addiction TV into a career

3rd October 2017, 4.00pm5.00pm

Lisa Holdsworth has been a TV writer for over 15 years, working on some of the UK’s top TV shows. In this talk, she discusses how she got her break into TV and what being a TV writer really involves.

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