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Work by students on the postgraduate Magazine Journalism course at Nottingham Trent University, including Nottingham stories, content from students' own magazines, and interviews with people in the media

Four groups of magazine journalism students bid to win our Dragons’ Den 2021

MA Magazine Journalism students are vying for success in our annual Dragons' Den competition for new mag brands with contenders covering music, lifestyle and...

Read all about it: Magazines of the future, created by our MA students

Students on our MA Magazine Journalism have the chance to create their own magazine title as the final submission for their degree. It often produces...

The new Normal: writer Henry Normal on poetry, Snickers and life under lockdown

"If I get the virus, I’ll die," Henry Normal tells me. As a child, he was playing in the remains of houses bombed during...

Risk the chop or let things get wild? The people braving lockdown haircuts at...

Hairstylists usually tell you to get a trim every six weeks. Now that the UK is on its ninth week of lockdown, some people...

Meet the pensioners making face masks from bras

Two pensioners have begun making their own face masks using bras they received at Christmas. Phyliss Wild, 73, from Parson Cross in Sheffield, and her...

50% of high street shops could close, says Nottingham’s fast fashion expert Rose Marroncelli

Rose Marroncelli, a PhD researcher in fast fashion, at Nottingham Trent University, talks to Shannon Mountford about how Coronavirus will affect the UK's high...
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Pandemics and macabre histories: an interview with local author Catharine Arnold

Sophie Gargett talks to writer, councillor and social historian Catharine Arnold about pandemics, the childhood that shaped her writing, and how the world may...

‘It’s going to be a bumpy ride’: Nottingham estate agents look to future post-coronavirus

Helen Rodgers spoke to Nottingham estate agents to see how the coronavirus has affected their organisations and what they expect in the coming months. With...
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A new leaf: how gardening during the lockdown can improve your wellbeing

Mental Health Awareness week couldn’t have fallen at a better time - in the spring of lockdown, amidst swathes of worrying news and the...

EXCLUSIVE: Nottingham professor attacks government handling of pandemic and says reports that vaccine is...

A Nottingham professor has criticised the government’s handling of the pandemic, claiming it ignored warnings from the SARS crisis of 2004 and that its...