Two special limited podcast series produced by final year DMU Broadcast Journalism students

Final year BA Broadcast Journalism students have produced two special short podcast series focusing on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

‘All I could hear was screaming. All I could see was blood’ – the car crash that changed my life forever

Two months have passed since it happened, but as I try to write this, my hands are still shaking as they were on that day, writes Beatriz Abreu Ferreira.

Hypocrisy and neglect: The government’s handling of student COVID-19 testing

Samuel Hornsby gives his opinion on the contradictions of university student coronavirus policy.

ALBUM REVIEW: Murky melodies and melancholic crooning on Carnage, the new release by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis

Samuel Hornsby reviews ‘Carnage’, the newest musical outing by Australian duo Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.

DMU to hold creative arts events to celebrate International Women’s Day

De Montfort University will be welcoming students and the public to creative arts events to help mark International Women’s Day on Monday(MAR8) and to highlight the struggles women have had and how they overcome them.