Following a recent survey showing that children in England aren’t achieving the recommended amount of daily activity, Dr Laura Gubby looks at how we improve children’s physical confidence.
Dr Laura Gubby explores the importance of encouraging female students and staff at university to become active.
Dr Paula Stone explores why she thinks the Government’s policies are affecting children, as a new report outlines more than four million in the UK are now living in poverty.
Dr Kate Smith highlights the importance of supporting children to celebrate Universal Children’s Day.
Professor Eleni Hatzidimitriadou discusses how people with diabetes can help to self-manage and support their condition with an innovative new programme.
Patrick Meehan offers an alternative viewpoint to teach younger generations on the outbreak of WW1.
Dr Jane Lovell and Howard Griffin explain the positive impact light festivals can have upon towns and cities.
Dr Ken Fox discusses the remake of Halloween and why we enjoy experiencing fear through the horror genre of film.
Professor Jackie Eales explores the origins of one of the most popular celebrations of the year, Halloween.
Professor Mike Weed, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise discusses if sport investment is harming public health.