This season marked the 30th birthday of the Premier League — the most watched sports league in the world, beating out other football leagues and rival sports such as basketball, baseball, and […]
London 2012 Olympics: is there a lasting legacy 10 years on?
It has been 10 years since the London 2012 Olympics aimed to ‘inspire a generation.’ Athletics saw a huge increase in participation in the year following the games – but has this […]
Just any other guy
Casper is a 21 year old trans man. He came out almost a decade ago, and ever since then has been dreaming of ‘top’ surgery – a double mastectomy to masculinise his […]
Military interference in Pakistani elections
Pakistan’s military has been accused of trying to disrupt the democratic process by interfering with candidates in the recent General Election. Former cricket legend Imran Khan was elected to lead the country […]
Living with Cancer. A UEA student shares her experience.
Being told by doctors that you are suffering from a serious illness is something we all dread. Carina is a 2016-7 Masters student of Broadcast Journalism in the School of Politics, Philosophy, […]
The Secret Life of Expats
Reporter Victoria Pertusa returns to her home-town of Alicante in Spain to discover the response of British people living there to the outcome of the Brexit referendum vote. While one couple feel […]
Norwich – through the lens of History
UEA Journalism Intern, and former student, Chun Li (Andy), reflected on the past of his adopted city.