Archive for September 2010

Media and Conflict Interchange (2010)

September 27, 2010

This October, we are screening six factual and fictional films, at the Cubby Broccoli cinema in the National Media Museum.  Introduced by expert speakers, including Paul Rogers, author of ‘Why We’re Losing the War on Terror’, the Interchange will be lively and highly entertaining, but with a very serious focus.  The films range from the blockbuster District 9, through to the highly disturbing imagery of Threads, depicting the aftermath of a nuclear explosion in Sheffield.

Tue 19th October
The Age of Stupid – 13:25
Mugabe and the White African – 15:25
District 9 -17:30

Weds 20th October
The March – 16:30

Organised by CCM’s own David Robison, based in the Bradford Media School and Kazuyo Mitsuhashi, based in Peace Studies, the event is part funded by the Ecoversity project, which aims to embed principles of sustainability into the University’s activites.  The screenings and talks are free to Bradford University students and staff, others pay the normal cinema charge.

Booking is essential.  See the Media and Conflict website ( for details.


Radiophonic Workshop Day

September 22, 2010

Fag-Ends and Lollipops: The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

A one-day TIMECODE Symposium

Saturday 20th November 2010, 10am-6pm
‘On Location’, National Media Museum, Bradford

A day of talks, a hands-on workshop and screenings of rare material examining the work of the legendary BBC Radiophonic Worksop.

Featuring original workshop members Dick Mills, Roger Limb, Brian Hodgson and Steve Marshall plus presentations on the work of Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram.

ADMISSION £10/£8 concessions
Lunch, Refreshments and Screenings provided

To reserve a place call 0844 856 3797

To get more information on event or the TIMECODE series contact Mark Goodall (
Tel +44 (0)1274 236071