In the final Sunday Edition, Freddie Herzog and Owen Earwicker are joined by Ollie Cosentino (Vice President, Activities and Development), Alice Key (Co-station Manager of Guild TV), Raph Sheridan (Editor of Redbrick and Kerrina Gray (Redbrick News Editor). They discuss the graduate prospects after university life and how well the University and Guild prepares students […]
In this episode of The Sunday Edition, Freddie Herzog is joined by James Kendrick and Carly Thomas to discuss all things Carnival RAG including events for the year ahead and why the Carnage event was renamed Karma. For the Sunday Focus, Owen Earwicker is joined by Chair of Guild Council, Johnny Dolan to find out […]
In this week’s Sunday Edition, Freddie Herzog is joined by Edward Sainsbury, President of Pritchatts Park RA, to discuss the role of an RA. In the Sunday Focus, Owen Earwicker is joined by Guild President, David Franklin, to discuss the Freshers’ Ball disappointment and what is it like to be President.
In this week’s Sunday Edition, Freddie Herzog is joined by one of Redbrick’s news editors, Rhiannon Doyle-Maw and Comment Online Editor, James Dolton, to discuss the US elections, the Labour Party conference and Redbrick in the next few weeks. Owen Earwicker is joined by current Vice President of Activities and Development, Ollie Cosentino, in the […]
In the first of a new series of The Sunday Edition, Freddie Herzog talks all things student media with Burn FM’s deputy station manager, Mollie Wright and Redbrick’s deputy editor, Lexie Wilson. Owen Earwicker interviews Vice President for Education, Simon Furse, about the new tuition fees, Nick Clegg’s apology and the legacy of his predecessor, […]
A leap of faith is undoubtedly worrying, dangerous, potentially horrifying. The fear of the unknown governs many aspects of our choices in life. From decisions regarding careers and relationships to the smaller things like trying new foods, all of us at one time or another have allowed a simple lack of knowledge, and a fear […]
A new Tesco Express will be opening opposite Aldi. Its situation will hope to capitalise on diverting the significant numbers of students shopping in the budget store. However questions are raised of its need in the area. The store will be opening approximately 300 metres from the nearest Tesco Express, situated on the Bristol Road/A38 […]
This week, Redbrick Comment and Features present an eclectic Opinion Matrix discussing last week’s Grand National, the first filmed sentencing on UK soil, the closure of a notorious illicit website, a lively Prime Minister’s Questions and the death throes of KONY 2012. Social Media Kony 2012 falls flat As this piece goes online it’s entirely […]
Redbrick Comment and Features present their take on this week’s key stories. Once again, they are centred around the misadventures of the Coalition but also include newfound revelations from the Leveson inquiry and on the demographic of last summer’s rioters, as well as the beginnings of a dangerous new trend in tabloid journalism. Hacking Murdoch […]
It has been an incredibly catastrophic time for David Cameron and interestingly, one that wasn’t wholly Nick Clegg’s fault. A poll for the Independent On Sunday showed that seventy-two per cent of people think the government is out-of-touch with voters. Pasty puns, ever-emerging details about cash for access, an unpopular budget that was known almost […]
Owen Earwicker and Freddie Herzog host the Sunday Edition, a Guild Television and Redbrick collaboration. Joining the show this week are Redbrick News Editors, Kerrina Gray and Patrick McGhee to discuss this week’s Guild Council and the Guild Elections. The Guild of Students President (Elect) for 2012 – 2013, David Franklin, also joins the show.