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Find out how students have benefited from taking part in creative projects, placements and internships at Liverpool's much-loved music festival.
Students studying English at LJMU were treated to a special Q&A with the presenter of BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour.
Peter Carter studied Media Production at LJMU and has landed his dream job working on one of the most popular daytime programmes on television: Good Morning Britain.
Journalism students were given the opportunity to work alongside some of the biggest names in broadcasting at the BBC 6 Music Festival. We caught up with Reanna Smith to find out what it was like.
By day, Cathryn Appleton works in the digital creative department of TJ Morris but in her spare time you’ll find her in front of Liverpool landmarks painstakingly setting up miniature scenes for Honey, I shrunk Liverpool.
We chat with BBC Radio Merseyside presenter and LJMU alumna, Ngunan Adamu about what it's like to work in radio.
Oli Harrisson, a recent Audio and Music Production graduate, has been shortlisted for Student Broadcaster of the Year by the BBC news programme, Today.
Find out how LJMU students contribute to Liverpool's annual music festival.
LJMU lecturer Jacqui McAssey talks about her fanzine, Girlfans, which documents how female football fans show support for their team through fashion.