Carrie, Jacob, and Andreane chat about the latest DramaSoc production, 'Check, Please!'. Henry Fairnington, director of next week's DramaSoc show, chats about the rehearsal process for 'The Bacchae'. Also joining us are some of the pool of directors, Zach Pierce and Jessy Roberts, to promote their production of 'Shoot / Get Treasure / Repeat' at TFTV.
Tom Gardner and Andreane Rellou review shows from DramaSoc and CHMS. Recorded on 10th March at 2pm.
The first in the 'Let's Talk' series, where the URY Speech team discuss all things film. In this episode, we talk about superhero films and how they are affecting the film industry. Are superhero films all spectacle and no substance? Tune in to find out our thoughts.
After we made the Gender Documentary, we had a panel to discuss some of the questions raised. Our aim is to raise awareness of the different types of identity, and to address related topics such as the representation of gender in the media, politics, and law, as well as looking at the history of gender and personal perspectives from students.
On the morning of The Great North Run, a family eagerly try and watch the race on TV, in the hope of seeing Daniel, the youngest member of the family. Unfortunately they keep getting distracted. Whether its arguing over jobs, or working through deeper issues the family has, you will become engrossed in the day to day lives of the household. With a huge cast and a good mix of humour and drama, this is definitely a story to tune in to.
Written by Joe Dolan and Directing and Sound Engineering by Beth Wiffen.
Cast include Sienna Lucrezia as Mum, Beth Prior as Carol, Leo Clasen as Mike, Matthew Chesters as Dad, Dominic Gould as Daniel, Marco Ross as the Announcer and Weatherman, Claire Geller as the Reporter, Kieran Cockburn as the Historian, Euan Brook as the Interviewer, Isaac Saward as the Interviewee and Ella Rainbird-Earley as the Girlfriend.
Tonight's show, we have Veronica Temer on the show to sharing her existing research ‘ a multimodal analysis of assessment sequences in Chilean Spanish interaction.
The URY Speech team invetsigates the role of gender identity in our society. Our aim is to raise awareness of the different types of identity, and to address related topics such as the representation of gender in the media, politics, and law, as well as looking at the history of gender and personal perspectives from students. Georgie Norgate interviews a variety of people to learn about their personal experience with gender and some issues they have come across as a result of their gender identity.
This week we have Jamie Cawthra (second place of the 3MT competition 2016) on the show to sharing his research on 'Aesthetic effects of impossible fiction'.
This week on the show, we have Lilia on the show to sharing her research on 'Shakespeare translation, into Mexican Spanish, and with a focus on dirty jokes and sexual double meaning'.
This week, we have Natalie from Education to share her research on 'the reading skills of children learning English as an additional language, her experience as a researcher at UoY and her thoughts on academic life.