History in TV and the Media at the History Festival – Wed 13th Feb

The School of History’s History Festival will be held on Wednesday 13th February. The festival will be a range of talks and discussion workshops throughout the afternoon, discussing key themes of history and their relevance to the modern day.

As part of the History Festival, Rebecca Fairbank and Sue Hills from BBC History Programming will be coming down to offer a Q&A session on working at the interface of History and the media, and history employability in TV/the media.

If you would like to attend this Q&A or any of the sessions running as part of the History Festival, see the schedule below. We hope to see you there!

Careers in broadcasting, production and the media – BV Expo

BVE is the largest broadcast, production and media and tech exhibition in the UK attracting over 12,000 creative professionals, business leaders and tech professionals every year. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about all of the careers in media and production, network with employers, and attend accredited seminars. You can find the seminar programme here: https://www.bvexpo.com/programme

The expo is free for students, and the University has organised a bus to take students up and back from the Canterbury campus (leaving at 8pm, returning at 6.30pm). For more details and to book a place, head to https://careers.kent.ac.uk/leap/event.html?id=3733&service=Careers+Service

Location: ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL

Date: Thursday 28th February