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Feature: The contraception question

The daily routine of taking a contraceptive pill is something 1 in 4 women in the UK alone have all grown accustomed to. The natural responsibility thrown upon women to be the ones providing protection against STI’s and prevention of pregnancy has been the norm since the 1950’s when the pill was first invented. 953 more words


BU animation grads nominated in this year's Oscars

BUzz TV takes a look at this year’s Oscar nominations, as several BU animation graduates have been nominated for box office hit Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. 39 more words


The cat gave it to me...

So my exams are finally over and I feel… I’m not sure how I feel. Perhaps excited because I have some fun stuff planned for the up coming months and then there’s my birthday trip to Ireland, which I’m literally going to scream if that doesn’t happen and still go away, but probably not to Belfast. 171 more words

Radio Documentary

Social media is the quickest and most effective way to communicate in our world. It is so effective in fact, that it has become children’s main and sometimes only form of communication and interaction. 29 more words


AUDIO: The secret side effects of the combined pill

The combined pill is by far the most popular contraceptive method. 3.5 million women in the UK alone currently take it, despite the numerous side effects. 208 more words


Recent developments

The christmas period is now officially over so now it is back to editing the radio documentary into a 7 minute final piece.

After getting feedback from my tutor about my rough cut, I have decided to switch parts of the narrative around so that the piece flows better. 64 more words

Diary Entries

Please don't look at me right now...

So I made it ‘home’ for Christmas, well rather the father and his partners place.

One of my brothers has come down for the festives and a whole bunch of the father’s partners family – who I now refer to as my in-laws on occasion, just to make explanations and what not easier, when talking about them – have come down on Christmas eve. 423 more words