News archive - 2010

Exeter hits the big screen

Dr John Sealey, film lecturer at the University of Exeter will be showing one of his films at a major exhibition in London which explores cultural diversity in contemporary society.

Polish film and culture in Exeter

A rare opportunity to see some of the best Polish movies, documentaries and animations in Exeter will include screenings at the University of Exeter as well as in other venues around the city.

Keeping Thomas Hardy in the South West

The drive to keep an important collection of original papers, adaptations and staging of Thomas Hardy's works by the Hardy Players in the UK and in the West Country is underway. 

Victorians given a digital present

For the first time rarely seen nineteenth century images about empire, the Great Exhibition and science are freely available for all to enjoy.

Celebrating Gurney in Gloucester

World War One poet and composer Ivor Gurney (1890-1937) is one of Gloucestershire’s most famous sons. His works are now becoming available to the public following three years of extensive archiving.

Doctor Who writer returns to Exeter

Award-winning author Robert Shearman best known for his Doctor Who scripts is returning to his old stomping ground in Exeter.