Showcase: selected student work from our BA and MA programmes

For her MA online assignment, Jayna Rana told the story of two brothers and their decades-long search for the sibling with whom they had lost touch for nearly 30 years.

Created by:
Jayna Rana
Flash interactive

Year students created a web site from scratch, filled it with content and found an audience for it. All in one day. And if that wasn't enough, they also created on-the-hour radio news bulletins throughout the day

Created by:
Year 2 students
Web

Stine Wanebo's magazine feature assignment was created in the style of National Geographic, investigating the people who act as guides on glaciers around the world.

Created by:
Stine Wannebo
Print

BA undergraduate Declan Olley's advanced multimedia project analyses data from disciplinary reports from the UK's rugby authorities.

Created by:
Declan Olley
Data, Web

Lydia Hamilton's final-year TV project for her BA looked at the effects of budget cuts on funding for minority arts projects.

Created by:
Lydia Hamilton
Television

Lydia Deichmann's final-year BA project in the style of BBC Radio's File on Four investigates the best way to end the barbaric custom of female genital mutilation.

Created by:
Lydia Deichmann
Radio

Student teams from Years 1 and 2 combined to produced two competing newspapers in February. This is one of them.

Created by:
Year 1 and 2 BA students
Print

Year 1 and Year 2 students spent the day putting together two competing newspapers for their print newsday. The Eagle was one of them.

Created by:
Year 1 and 2 BA students
Print

Two hours of live radio, as produced by students from the BA in Journalism and the News Industry on 7 February 2014.

Created by:
Year 2 BA students
Radio

This TV news bulletin was produced by Year 2 students from the BA in Journalism and the News Industry, and went out at 5pm on Thursday 5 December.

Created by:
Year 2 BA students
Television

Huw Jenkins' second-year interactive feature about Ellis Broome and has family, coping with a rare medical condition.

Created by:
Huw Jenkins
Flash interactive, Web

Sam Thompson's multimedia project was to build a crowdsourced map of fans' favourite Premiership goals.

Created by:
Sam Thompson
Data, Web

The Daily Prophet, a 24-page newspaper produced in real time on Friday 24 January by Year 3 students on the BA in Journalism and the News Industry.

Created by:
Year 3 BA students
Print

Charlotte Wahl's interactive interview with a man who 'borrowed' someone else's identity in order to get a girlfriend. Part of a final year project.

Created by:
Charlotte Wahl
Flash interactive, Web