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Stranger than fiction

Stranger than fiction
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Carrie Cracknell (History, 2002) is one of the West End's leading lights and since treading the boards here at the New Theatre, became the youngest Artistic Director in Britain, directing the likes of Jake Gyllenhaal, Helen McCrory and Andrew Scott along the way. She takes us behind the scenes of her career up to now and shines a light on the sector post-pandemic
Date:
29/07/2020

It's systemic

It's systemic
Description
Kike Oniwinde shares her first-hand experiences as a young black woman and her work to end discrimination in the workplace.
Date:
23/06/2020

My Office: Madeline Pizzoni

My Office: Madeline Pizzoni
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We're taking you behind-the-scenes in our series, My Office, exploring the working spaces of alumni around the world. In the first of our series, we meet Captain Madeline Pizzoni to talk becoming a Wildcat pilot, helping the emergency services as part of the Covid Support Force, and taking part in the flyover for Captain Tom Moore's 100th birthday.
Date:
04/06/2020

From Normandy to Nottingham - a VE Day story

From Normandy to Nottingham - a VE Day story
Description
Read about the remarkable life of Normandy veteran and Nottingham alumnus Dr Ronald Fearn (Physics, 1952). He shares his stories from his time at the University as well as his moving and vivid war poetry.
Date:
06/05/2020

Positively empowering

Positively empowering
Description
We meet Mary Dinah, businesswoman and humanitarian, to chat about how she is helping thousands of young Nigerians to achieve their ambitions by changing the system at each step of the chain from education to employment.
Date:
30/03/2020

We're helping in the fight against Covid-19

We're helping in the fight against Covid-19
Description
During these unprecedented times, our University is more committed than ever to supporting our communities, both in the UK and internationally. Here are some of the ways our University community is helping in the fight against COVID-19.
Date:
30/03/2020

Breaking boundaries at the BBC

Breaking boundaries at the BBC
Description
We meet Ben Hunte, the BBC's first LGBT Correspondent, to chat about representing the diversity of the LGBT community, being a journalist in the social media age, and why the voice of the BBC still matters today.
Date:
28/02/2020
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