Tag Archives: Afghanistan

Love is a battlefield

Long distance relationships are hard, but how does it feel when your partner goes away for six months at a time — to war?

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Allan Little: ‘information is part of the war effort’

Allan Little, veteran award-winning BBC war reporter, spoke at the University of Lincoln about the challenges facing modern war reporters.

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International award for tutor’s radio documentary

Sam Pidoux won two international journalism awards for her documentary “Love letters from home”, which followed her father’s time whilst out in Afghanistan.

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Martin Bell on Afghanistan and a Lincolnshire uprising

Martin Bell talks to Shane Croucher on why Afghanistan is unwinnable, and what affect the expenses scandal may have on the voting public.

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BBC’s Vin Ray on storytelling and freelancing

Vin Ray, director of the BBC’s College of Journalism, spoke to Tom Farmery about reporting safely, freelancing, and storytelling when he visited the University of Lincoln on Thursday.

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John Pilger Interview Exclusive

John Pilger, world-renowned journalist, visited the University of Lincoln earlier this month to receive an Honorary Doctorate of Arts. The Linc exclusively interviewed Mr. Pilger to find out his views on the Ruso-Georgian conflict, the future of American politics, censorship, propaganda and the evolution of the University of Lincoln.

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