In the news: 6-12 May 2022
Psychologist Dr Cal Cooper spoke to BBC Radio Northampton about a death café which formed part of the station’s Head Fest event (starts 3h 50m).
Head Fest was also previewed by the Chronicle & Echo.
Our researcher, Jamie Wildman, was featured in the Northamptonshire Telegraph after he took part in a project to reintroduce a butterfly species back into the UK.
Senior Lecturer in Multimedia Journalism, Kate Ironside, pictured, was on BBC Look East, on Friday night, discussing the fallout from local elections (clip expired). She was also doing the very same thing on BBC 3 Counties Radio in the morning (starts 55m).
One of our Textiles students spoke to BBC Radio Northampton about the latest looks at the Met Gala, and how she found studying through a pandemic (starts 36m).
Graduate Rachel Bott was featured by the Chronicle & Echo after becoming a director of a Northampton community centre.
Our Acting students will be performing on the Royal & Derngate stage this week, as reported by BBC Radio Northampton (starts 16m).
Lorna Jowett, our television studies expert, spoke to BBC Radio Northampton about the new Dr Who (starts 1h 16m).
International Leather Maker featured a new partnership between SATRA and our Institute for Creative Leather Technology.