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The Bath Briefing

Want to know how many Bath Spa undergraduates cycle to classes or how many people crammed into Bath last year for the Christmas Market?

Then you should have been amongst the audience at yesterday’s Transport and Pollution briefing organised by the city’s MP Wera Hobhouse. 851 more words


UniSlam18 - review

This review first appeared in Sabotage Reviews

Final of UniSlam18
Curve Theatre, Leicester
28 January 2018

In a wash of blue light, Curve’s Studio stage is simply dressed: four mics are lined downstage, three shard-like trophies on a small table upstage watch over the mics, and, to their right, a line of tables lurking in the dark ready for the judges to take their places. 841 more words


Bath Spa celebrates roll in Silk River programme.


Staff from Bath Spa University recently took part in a year-long programme of cultural exchange that celebrated the cultural ties and history between the UK and India. 778 more words


Week 8: Am I a Prosumer?

A prosumer is somebody who consumes and produces media. I would definitely describe myself as a prosumer and I’d even say I’ve been a prosumer for over a decade. 248 more words

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Week 7: Taylor Swift and Diet Coke - A celebrity endorsement

An important aspect of being a celebrity, is celebrity endorsements. Celebrity endorsements are when a celebrity teams up with a brand to promote their products and announce that they themselves use the products, this is great marketing for the companies and it is an easy way for the celebrities to make money. 224 more words

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Week 6: 'The Office' - A global television format

The Office is a sitcom that achieved something that is very rare when it comes to comedies; global success. It was originally broadcast in the UK, written by and featuring Ricky Gervais and follows the lives of people that work in an office.   233 more words

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Week 5: Has digitisation changed TV and radio for better or for worse?

For a long time broadcast television was the top entertainment platform. Often achieving far superior viewing numbers in one episode of a television show than the total weekly viewings in cinemas. 203 more words

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