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by Dr Dan Renshaw In May 1897 Constable and Co published a limited print run of a new novel by a London-based Irish theatre manager and occasional author named Bram Stoker. Stoker had enjoyed moderate critical recognition with a series … Continue reading
by Darius Wainright and Dafydd Townley Television adverts are often emotive. From the numerous Go Compare commercials to the festive John Lewis tearjerker, they make us laugh, cry or yearn for the advert free haven that is the BBC. One … Continue reading
by Prof Matthew Worley As Sex Pistols gigs go, it was not one of the more notorious. By the late spring of 1976, the band’s reputation was just beginning to grow. Having made their debut in November 1975 at St … Continue reading
Prof. Matthew Worley features in a new film with Scott King. With regards to the film, Prof. Worely comments: The film came about because I have long worked with the artist Scott King. Back in 1997, we began working under … Continue reading