Film and Media Production at Humber

Film and Media Production at Humber

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Suranne Jones talks about Gentleman Jack | BFI + Radio Times TV Festival 2019

– Hello, I’m delighted to be speaking to Sally and Suranne today about Gentleman Jack, which is fantastic. I’ve seen the first episode. It’s great. But I think the best place to start, really, would be with a clip, so that you can all meet Anne Lister for the first time, so can we play […]

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Inequality – how wealth becomes power (1/3) | (Poverty Richness Documentary) DW Documentary

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Stuart Hall – Race, Gender, Class in the Media

Stuart Hall – Race, Gender, Class in the Media

We live in a world saturated with media. We see our reality through them. But these are not transparent operations. They involve the workings of power. Stuart Hall was an outsider. Born in colonial Jamaica. Educated in Oxford. He was out of place in both. He left academia, the literary canon, high culture … to […]

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Help Me! I Can’t Shut My Mouth! – Bizarre ER – BBC Three

Help Me! I Can’t Shut My Mouth! – Bizarre ER – BBC Three

First, we’re heading to Northampton General, where slack-jawed student, Holly Thompson has arrived at A&E, completely unable to close her gaping gob. As Holly can’t really talk right now, probably best we tell you how she got here. Holly was at college, enjoying a particularly riveting lesson of government and politics. Uninspired by the political […]

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Advanced English Conversation Lesson #7: Sleep 😴 (learn real English w/ subtitles)

Advanced English Conversation Lesson #7: Sleep 😴 (learn real English w/ subtitles)

Hello, everybody, this is Jack from tofluency.com, along with– Kate. And we are back with another conversation in both British and American English. Now, be sure to check out the description for a list of the words and phrases that we use in this conversation. And the idea behind this is to give you a […]

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Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs. Part 1 of 3 – Knowing Your Place.

Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs.  Part 1 of 3 – Knowing Your Place.

A century ago, 1.5 million of us worked as servants. Astonishingly, that’s more than worked in industries or on the land. My great-grandmothers were servants and, coming from this background, I want to find out about the reality of their lives. Country houses like these simply wouldn’t have been able to function without a whole […]

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Growing Up White & Working Class | Britain’s Forgotten Men

Growing Up White & Working Class | Britain’s Forgotten Men

You can call us feral. You can call us chavs. You can call us pikeys. You can call us hoodies. What is going on? 25p. We’re the sixth richest nation in the world, yet our social security, our state is a load of crap. No-one’s happy round here. ENGINE REVS That should do fine. How […]

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