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Students hear from alumni working at the heart of the BBC

15 November 2019

"Content is king" - that was the view from within the BBC from alumnus Peter Davey at an event on 6 November.


Still defying boundaries five decades on

12 November 2019

Fifty years ago this month Britain’s first campus-based university arts centre opened its doors at the University of Sussex.


Sussex academic curates new archive revealing unique BBC insider stories of the Cold War years

8 November 2019

Dr Alban Webb curates a new archive collection of unique video and audio footage of first-hand accounts of the Cold War geopolitical struggle.


Meaningful evening paints vibrant picture of Sussex music and launches new music recording studio in style

11 October 2019

Alumni, staff and students came together this week to honour the memory and music of the much-loved Professor of Music Jonathan Harvey.


Sussex PhD student creates musical instrument featured in the soundtracks of Joker and Chernobyl

10 October 2019

A PhD student at the University of Sussex has invented an eerie-sounding musical instrument, the halldorophone, heard on the soundtrack to Joker.


Preparing the perfect podcast – Spinelli shares his secrets

8 October 2019

On Tuesday 15 October, Martin Spinelli is hosting a free podcasting event in Brighton for everyone interested in podcasts and podcasting.


Sussex Humanities Lab enters a new development phase

7 October 2019

A secure budgetary settlement has been confirmed for the Lab to support research in the Digital Humanities for the next three years to August 2022.


Sussex at the Brighton Digital Festival

26 September 2019

Six upcoming Brighton Digital Festival events will showcase University of Sussex projects and researchers.


Sussex team reveals the BBC’s role in secret military activities during World War Two

3 September 2019

Experts from the University of Sussex School of Media Film and Music worked with the BBC to uncover the corporation’s role during World War Two. .


Music and Machine Learning

30 July 2019

Dr Chris Kiefer's article shows how to create a model based on existing sounds, which can be used to create new variations of the source material.


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