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SPOTLIGHT

November 28th, 2016 | by editor
James McCoull gets all...
Vera Baird gives law school’s annual public lecture
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Vera Baird gives law school’s annual public lecture

November 23rd, 2016 | by editor
Northumbria Constabulary’s Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird has delivered the Newcastle Law School’s annual public...
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They’re killing your darlings

November 23rd, 2016 | by editor
At the moment, it seems that deaths are to TV shows what coffees are to Starbucks – that is to say filled with them, the central focus of advertising campaigns. Of course, that makes sense, everyone wants to see that their...
Is honesty always the best policy?
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Is honesty always the best policy?

November 23rd, 2016 | by editor
Harry Young looks at Ordinary Lies, a show that might have slipped under your...
Women writing women
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Women writing women

November 23rd, 2016 | by editor
As Jessica Jones Season 2 will be directed exclusively by women, Errol Kerr writes on the presentation of marginalised characters by an underrepresented group in the TV...
Seizing the means of production
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Seizing the means of production

November 23rd, 2016 | by editor
TV Editor Luke Acton shares his views on the rapidly shrinking size of Netflix’s library and discusses their big money moves into producing their very own content...
Shots from above
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Shots from above

November 23rd, 2016 | by editor
We sent TCTV’s Head of Production, Haaris Qureshi, along to The Royal Television Society’s latest event, ‘Drones or Helicopters; Truth or Lies?’ Here’s what he...
Autumn election results revealed
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Autumn election results revealed

November 23rd, 2016 | by editor
Last week Newcastle University Students’ Union (NUSU) held its annual Autumn elections. During which 1208 votes were cast across four categories, the results were announced at a small ceremony in the Students’ Union on Friday...
Bots in your brain take away the pain
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Bots in your brain take away the pain

November 21st, 2016 | by editor
Robotics interfacing with the human body always brings about discussions of science fiction, however in certain cases, it’s more real than we may think. Late last month, scientists from two Israeli universities developed...
Mythbusters: do mobile phones cause cancer?
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Mythbusters: do mobile phones cause cancer?

November 21st, 2016 | by editor
Around 93% of adults in the UK own or use a mobile phone and there are over 6 billion subscriptions worldwide. They have become so embedded in our culture it is difficult to imagine life without them. So the very idea that they...