Canterbury Buskers TV News Package

This is a TV package I put together as part of my MA Multimedia Journalism course, about looking back on Canterbury City Council’s CPN legislation one year on. The legislation would have meant that buskers needed a licence in order to perform in the city centre, and sparked many protests in early 2015 when it…

University of Kent increases accommodation prices

Accommodation costs at the Canterbury campus of the University of Kent have been increased for another year. By comparing information supplied on the University website, InQuire has calculated that accommodation prices have increased by an average of £216.29 for the academic year 2016/17. This is based on the price of a room in each college,…

Woman arrested over University of Kent security alerts

A woman has been arrested following a spate of security alerts at the University of Kent’s Canterbury campus. The woman, who has been named as Vanessa Relton, is 40 years-old and lives in Whitstable. She has been charged with making a number of hoax calls to the University over the last few days. Relton is…

Interview with Amy Ziering, Producer of “The Hunting Ground”

What was the reception of the film when it was first released in the US? It’s been received extremely well, the reception’s been kind of astonishing for us. I’ve made a lot of films and we were doing 100 campus screenings a week in the spring after the film came out, which was pretty incredible….

Interview with Liz Moran, Director at The Gulbenkian

Ahead of welcoming Motionhouse theatre company back to The Gulbenkian with their production Broken, Editor-in-Chief Natalie Tipping chatted to Liz Moran, one of the directors at Gulbenkian, about her main aims in her role, and what’s coming up at our on-campus theatre.  Could you quickly explain who you are and your role here?  I’m Liz…