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Intrigue, propaganda and conspiracy theories - Dr James Crossland, reader in international history at LJMU, looks back at one of the most bizarre episodes of the Second World War.
We chat with Nadine Muller about the latest work of the War Widows' Stories project: the War Widows' Quilt.
We look at how and why Liverpool was a catalyst for change when it came to public health and how it continues to make a difference...
Is dark tourism just another fad in the age of the selfie and tick list travelling? Gillian O’Brien explains its appeal and...
We speak with Sara Parker whose day job is Reader in Development Studies at LJMU. Her secret life: a fair trade activist...
To mark the centenary of women gaining the right to vote, we speak with LJMU English Professor Glenda Norquay about the literature...
LJMU archives help the BBC tell the tales of those who've lived at 62 Falkner Street for A House Through Time.
Why do we celebrate ‘Bonfire Night’?
Rumour has it that the John Foster Building is haunted. We carry out our own paranormal investigation to try to uncover the...