In this third episode of UNFILTERED, Professor Kiran Trehan (Director of WE-LEAD)and Andy Lee (Strategic Lead for Diversity in Business, Natwest) discuss the question "Why do we need more female CEOs?"
The 22 June marks 70 years since the arrival of the Empire Windrush at Tilbury docks. Fast forward to today, three generations later, the Windrush scandal is a stark reminder of this contested history of settlement, integration and exclusion throwing into question what Britishness really means.
In this episode of UNFILTERED, we ask Dr Nando Sigona, Reader in International Migration and Forced Displacement, and Doctoral Researcher April-Louise Pennant, "What does it mean to be British?"
There are witches among us!
Why are all witches evil, old hags and wizards wise and wonderous?
Professor Michaela Mahlberg and Dr Anna Cermakova discuss the language used in the wizarding world.
Listen to a more indepth discussion into how J K Rowling has managed to help young people read more and why her fantasy world is so appealing to today's children?
Will aparating ever be possible? The answer is yes. And no!b
Dr Nikk Effingham's area of expertise is time travel, so we asked him to unpick the riddle!
Now listen to Dr Effingham discuss the challenges of moving through time with his colleague Dr Henry Taylor - and answer the question what has philosophy got to do with time travel?
You don't have to watch a movie to discover fantastic beasts! They have walked this land already!
Dr Stephan Lautenschlager introduces us to our very own fantastic beasts - from the huge to the tiny.
Now discover more about the work of palaeobiologist Dr Lautenschlager and his colleague lecturer in micropalaeontology Dr Kirsty Edgar - and how films like Jurassic Park and Fantastic Beasts really do inspire scientists!
Why are these movies such a phenomenon? And why do we all enjoy being part of this magical world? We've have put these questions to Dr James Walters. Reader in Film and Television Studies.
Dr Walters is joined by his colleague Dr Catherine Lester as they discuss whether this movie franchise can sustain itself and how can we use them to understand the fantasy cinema more generally?