Tag: newspapers

Isn’t it ironic? How history bridges the chasm of sensitivity

This week’s post comes from Briony Eddy, who is in her third-year studying English Literature and History at the University of Gloucestershire.   “In light of the recent surge of global terrorism hitting every form of social media and […]

  Events 24 November 2015  

The Value of Old News

Here’s one summer day-trip planned for us already: British Library to unveil £33m newspaper reading room State-of-the-art facility will store more than three centuries of newspapers and magazines dating back to the English civil war. The Newsroom, offering […]

  Anna French 28 April 2014  

Reading Reviews in the News

Neil has written before about how useful it can be to read one of the newspapers belonging to the ‘quality press’. To emphasise the point, there were a number of book reviews in the weekend papers which should […]

  Anna French 14 October 2013