by Morag Kennedy, Visiting Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University
Murder is, of course, the ultimate taboo. However it is also a human impulse. Often when we see murder on […]
by Dr Ewan Kirk, senior lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at Birmingham City University
The discussion over musicians writing songs that infringe on previous songs from other artists has been […]
by Dr Adam Lynes, lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University
The 2016 clown sightings, which have commonly been referred to by names such as “panic”, “uprising”, “epidemic”, and “invasion” , […]
by Alison Edwards, senior lecturer in Midwifery at Birmingham City University
A recent storyline on EastEnders has seen Denise Fox fall pregnant at the age of 47. Many may question the […]
Earlier this year Fashion lecturer Rebecca Russell-Turner launched the world’s first 225 degree immersive yoga activity, transforming exercise into a multi-sensory light and sound experience.
Yoga gurus and exercise amateurs […]
by Dr Adam Lynes, Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University
You may have heard of Christopher Halliwell, an ex-taxi driver from Swindon, in the news recently for his attack and […]
by Dr Elizabeth Yardley, Associate Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology at Birmingham City University.
New Channel 4 drama ‘National Treasure’ began last night, which follows […]