Victoria Oliveres took the Data Journalism award Students from Birmingham City University dominated the Midlands Media Student Awards last night (10 April) as they took three of the 10 prizes at the ceremony. Wan Ulfa Nur Zuhra won in the News category trophy, Victoria Oliveres won the award for Data Journalism, and Lucy Ryan took home the prize for Broadcasting (Radio). https://twitter.com/DianeKemp1/status/1116058032209838080 The awards, organised by Birmingham Press Club, attracted several hundred entries from universities and colleges across the East and West Midlands. Victoria Oliveres’s prize-winning entry used Freedom of Information requests to police forces to reveal that online disability…
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Arthur Peacocke 40 years ago, the late Anglican biochemist Arthur Peacocke delivered a Bampton Lecture at Oxford University about “Creation and the World of Science”. It was his belief that creationist beliefs did not need to oppose scientific evidence. It is common for believers of God as a creator not to believe in evolution — but Peacocke said that his belief that “creation is an ongoing process” enabled him to believe in both ideologies. In a special audio documentary, atheist Joel Birkett explores Peacocke’s legacy and asks what Peacocke’s arguments means for today’s Anglicans and biochemists. https://www.mixcloud.com/ParksideRadio/the-peacocke-legacy-radio-feature/ Comments from the…
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