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Jude Piesse, a lecturer in English Literature at LJMU, chats about her fascinating new book about Charles Darwin’s childhood connection with nature through a Shropshire garden.
Intrigue, propaganda and conspiracy theories - Dr James Crossland, reader in international history at LJMU, looks back at...
As we celebrate International Day of the Midwife on May 5, we chat to student Chloe Spence about her ‘COVID year’ and finding...
TV’s Line of Duty is nothing but captivating but how many of us are confused over the stream of acronyms – CHIS, OCG, SITREP?
Former detective and lead on our new accelerated degrees in Policing, Richard Carr explains the meaning of CHIS and their...
Why maths is more than just numbers...
When it comes to female participation in sport, we've come a long way. But the playing field is by no means level yet...
To mark International Women’s Day, we catch up with some seriously talented females…
The determination from all areas of the university to carry on learning has remained steadfast, despite some recent setbacks...
We caught up with mother and daughter, Tracy Alexander and Sarah Alexander-Redmond, who decided to take up the profession...
Lindsay Wilkinson takes viewers on a virtual walking tour, telling the tale of nineteenth-century convict, Mary Smith.