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The second of three sessions exploring the means to reach out to a broader, non-academic audience, whether in print, radio/TV, or via new media.
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The second day explores how to communicate ideas through television and radio. Confirmed speakers include the prize-winning producer and director Melissa Fitzgerald from Blakeway productions, Adam Smith from UCL – who presented recent Radio 4 series on “Donald Trump: The Presidential Precedents,” “The Robber Barons,” and “California: Paradise Lost” – and Emma Griffin, Professor of Modern History at UEA, a former AHRC/Radio 3 New Generation Thinker, and a frequent contributor to Radio 3 and Radio 4.