Katie Donington and Rosalind Crone, Historians from The Open University, consulted on a new three-part series ‘Jay Blades: No Place Like Home’, exploring the history of Hackney, broadcast on Channel 5.
Dr Rosalind Crone, Head of History and Senior Lecturer, is Historical Consultant for new BBC production Lady Killers with Lucy Worsley, and appears throughout the series, which takes a contemporary feminist perspective to true-crime cases.
Ground-breaking new OU/BBC series Art That Made Us brings an alternative history of the British Isles through art, guided by the expertise of academic consultants from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
Development Policy and Practice have secured 15 Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, for Ugandan development practitioners to study the MSc in Global Development, starting in October 2022.
Professor of Foreign Policy and International Relations, Jamie Gaskarth, comments on growing tensions between Ukraine and Russia and the history of appeasement in European conflict in this opinion piece for UK in a Changing Europe.