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Guardian leagues: Lincoln up 11 places, but still down on 2013

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University of Lincoln staff are “delighted” after placing 54th out of 119 universities in the Guardian‘s 2016 university league tables, a rise of 11 places on the previous year.

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Lincoln graduate’s publication celebrating its tenth year

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The National Student, a publication started by University of Lincoln graduate James Thornhill, is celebrating its tenth year. David Wriglesworth caught up with him.

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The man who fooled the media

Chris Atkins, director of the film ‘Starsuckers’, puts the media to the test with fake stories. Photo: Borderlines Film Festival

Chris Atkins, director of the film ‘Starsuckers’, speaks to The Linc about putting the media to the test with fake stories.

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Video: Chris Atkins – the man who fooled the media

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Watch Chris Atkins, director of the documentary “Starsuckers”, as he discusses false news and how to fool the media as part of the Journalists speak out on Journalism series.

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Video: BBC College of Journalism visits university

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Watch Kevin Marsh and David Hayward from the BBC College of Journalism discuss how leaks and stings have impacted on investigative journalism.

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Video: BBC’s Rippon and C4’s Byrne debate ‘what’s good journalism’

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Angela Rippon and C4’s head of news and current affairs, Dorothy Byrne, debated “what makes good journalism” at the university. Watch the discussion.

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

Allan Little spoke at the University of Lincoln on Tuesday, October 4th, about what it's like being a war reporter. Photo: Tom Farmery

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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Free yourself from freedom of information law

It’s been ten years since the Freedom of Information Bill passed through parliament. Photo Shane Croucher

As we approach November and the tenth anniversairy of the Freedom of Information Bill passing in parliament, Richard Orange, a media law lecturer at the University of Lincoln, explores the alternatives to the Act.

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Martin Bell on Afghanistan and a Lincolnshire uprising

Martin Bell was a war correspondent for the BBC and was injured by shrapnel while reporting on the Bosnian War. Photo: Anneka James

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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Harold Evans: The editors’ editor

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Considered to be the editors’ editor and one of the finest journalists in modern times, Harold Evans talks to Shane Croucher about his big name and big character.

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