Ian Christie, Professor of Film and Media History, Birkbeck College, University of London, examines the ideological use of the space programme during the Cold War and the influence of cinema on the space project.
#MediaReview | Ep17: Rosie Warren reviews the media coverage of the referendum vote about constitutional changes in Italy. In December, the country rejected the proposed reforms and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigned. In the context of a banking crisis, EU crisis and populist sentiment – what is the significance of the outcome? tariqalitv.com/portfolio/s3e17-italian-referendum/... See MoreSee Less
#GlobalEmpire | Ep16: Stop the War was founded in September 2001 to counter the USA’s “war on terror.” Fifteen years later, at its annual conference, speakers remind us of the need to continue campaigning against UK government war policies for Palestine, against Islamophobia, against attacks on Iraq, Iran or Syria, and in defence of civil liberties. tariqalitv.com/portfolio/s3e16-time-to-stop-the-war/... See MoreSee Less
#MediaReview | Ep16: Rosie Warren reviews the rise and impact of Twitter, the microblogging service that has become an essential part in news reporting, central to organizing protests and an important tool for people seeking power. tariqalitv.com/portfolio/s3e16-twitter/... See MoreSee Less