UON In The News: 22-28 November

News Page 28th November 2019

The University of Northampton hosted the first of two General Election hustings events at Waterside, this week. Parliamentary candidates for the Northampton North constituency were first up, on Monday evening. The event was broadcast on BBC Radio Northampton on Wednesday.

Senior Lecturer in International Relations & Politics, Suzanne McDonald-Walker, was on BBC Look East on Monday evening, as she discussed the Northampton North constituency’s importance in the forthcoming General Election (clip expired).

History Lecturer, Rachel Moss, was in the studio with BBC Radio Northampton’s Helen Blaby, on Monday, chatting about medieval Christmases (starts 13m).

Let’s Recycle reports Margaret Bates, Professor of Sustainable Wastes Management, is advising independent cross-party group Policy Connect during its inquiry into the future of Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities in the UK.

On Friday, Psychology Lecturer, Charlotte Dann, was in the BBC Radio Northampton studios with our Fine Art graduate, Francesca Harris. They discussed Francesca’s X-rated art which was in the national news over the summer (starts 10m).

Last Thursday saw our Senior Lecturer in Journalism, Kate Ironside, discuss the potential for the weather to derail the General Election on BBC 3 Counties Radio (starts 1h 6m).

 

 

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