In our weekly podcast, we catch up with staff and students from across the university to hear about their work, projects and research.
To celebrate Brighton CCA turning one, we look back at the first year and ahead to the next with Artistic Director Ben Roberts and Programme Director Polly Wright.
Find out more about Brighton CCA.
US election reaction
To analyse the US election and Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump, we've assembled an expert team from the School of Humanities to look back over an eventful week and a half - and what's going to happen next.
Dr Jon Watson, Course Leader for BA Critical History, Dr Andy Knott, Course Leader MA Philosophy and Politics, and Dr Robin Dunford, Course Leader for MA Globalisation: Politics, Conflict and Human Rights join Richard Newman to discuss the state of play.
Dr Sarah Pitt: Covid-19 Q&A
As England enters another Covid-19 lockdown, Principal Lecturer and virologist Dr Sarah Pitt returns to the podcast to answer your questions on the virus.
Dr Pitt address questions on vaccines, infection rates and much more.
Pippa Totraku - Teacher training at Brighton
The Principal Lecturer and Lead for Planning and Admissions in the School of Education discusses training as a teacher, the unique rewards the profession brings and why Brighton is the option for you.
Find out more about the School of Education and Teacher Training at Brighton.
Dr Aristea Fotopoulou
Dr Aristea Fotopoulou, UKRI Innovation Fellow/AHRC Leadership Fellow and Postgraduate Research coordinator in the School of Media discusses her ART / DATA / HEALTH research project, which uses creative material for health and wellbeing.
Dr Fotopoulou talks in depth about Shielding and 104 Days Later, which are both part of the online Brighton Fringe.
Dr Marlon Moncrieffe: Decolonising the History Curriculum
Dr Marlon Moncrieffe, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education joins us to discuss the importance of teaching black British history in schools and his new book, 'Decolonising the History Curriculum: Euro-centrism and Primary Schooling'.
Dr Moncrieffe also updates us on his Black British Champions in Cycling project, which has had major media interest around the world and is about to be expanded to look at the experiences of black champions around the globe.
Read Dr Moncrieffe's article for the Conversation on race, cycling and the Tour de France.