Our impact

The activities of the Media, Culture and Creative Technologies Research Group have led to the production of a range of academic papers, as well as engagement with communities beyond the University and academia via workshops, conferences, films, online exhibitions and apps.   

The extraordinary popularity of the Radio Garden website receiving millions of hits to gain access to live radio streams from stations across the world has attracted the interest of UNESCO, the European Broadcasting Union, the BBC and the British Library, who see in the Radio Garden a means of extending their reach. Preparatory work for the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) bid (see partners and projectshas included workshops in the north east and London, exploring the website with school students, seniors and refugee and migrant organisations. 

Lost Trades of Islington interview recordings have been used to inspire poetry and art workshops with older people and to produce a series of exhibitions. Follow-up interviews are planned to assess the impact of the project and to develop further work. 

Worker Writers and Community Publishers is creating a digital archive of community publications and oral history interviews and will develop exhibitions, workshops and short courses involving local communities 

Musical MC2 has led to workshops, publications and the on-going development of a database.  

Four students sitting at a table looking at screens with computer games at Computing Summer Show

Image: Computing Summer Show 2018

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Lost Trades of Islington

 
Posters on the wall for Lost trades of Islington launch event

Lost trades of Islington launch event 

 
Photos of participants of Lost trades of Islington hanging of the wall for the launch event

Lost trades of Islington participants 

 
Public at the Lost trades of Islington launch event

Lost trades of Islington launch-public engagement