Working with the Media
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The Arts Institute and Graduate School are delighted to invite postgraduate research students and staff to this TV and Media workshop by Dr Sam Willis.

This workshop by historian, archaeologist and broadcaster, Dr Sam Willis, looks at the ways in which researchers work with TV and the media. 

Sam’s most recent BBC history series The Silk Road aired on BBC2 over the summer of 2016. Past TV work includes working on the Hornblower TV series and on Channel 4’s award winning film Shackleton. Sam is currently filming a three-part series for the BBC on The History of Weapons.

Contact researchskills@plymouth.ac.uk to book your place.

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